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Default Button Up Your Overcoat - 16-04-2009, 12:57 PM

Hi Friends, I thought I'd put in a bouncy number as it's such a miserable rainy day here, Using one of Eileen's quickstep styles and added piano on ch5, here is Button Up Your Overtcoat, hope you like it...Pam





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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 16-04-2009, 05:17 PM

Hi Pam
Nice snappy number, I found the 2nd and 3rd verses a bit low (could do with being an octave higher) nevertheless a nice tune, played well as ever
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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 17-04-2009, 10:10 AM

Hi Spike, Thanks for the comments, Isn't it quiet here at the moment? and as for your weather, you are joking aren't you?...Pam
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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 17-04-2009, 10:34 AM

Hi Pam
No kidding! haven't seen a cloud for a couple of days now although there's a chilly wind today, I don't know where it's coming from but I sure know where it's going!!!
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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 17-04-2009, 04:03 PM

Hi Pam, this is a nice version and as Spike says the 2nd and 3rd chorus are a bit low, more like you would expect where the band are doubling the melody with a singer an octave lower. Of course this makes the track idea for a singalong :-)

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Hi Pam,

Your usual deft touch on the piano. This style suits you well.

The music folder in your profile page is looking very impressive.

Keep up the good work!

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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 18-04-2009, 11:02 AM

Great song - one of my old favs

I agree with some of the other guys about the melody being a bit low -

not being a singer myself I always have trouble selecting the right key and octave for music - hmmm, there's an idea for a new thread, I'll post the question to see if anyone has tips.

I am listening to this on my mother's computer and the volume seems very quiet - I have everything turned up full. It may just be my mother's speakers.

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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 18-04-2009, 11:06 AM

Grateful thanks to David and Smndvy, your comments about the 2nd and 3rd voices have benn noted and I thank you, and to Paul thank you for the kind words...Pam
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Default Re: Button Up Your Overcoat - 19-04-2009, 07:39 AM

ferry nice shoe tapping melodie Pam but i do know this song and i like the piano you use thanks again for sharing

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Hi Romeo, Thank you for the kind words...Pam
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