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Default alpenglüwine - 20-09-2008, 06:46 PM

well its a oldy but the october fest in germany are started today
so cheers anyone

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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 21-09-2008, 03:49 PM

Hi Romeo
The October Festival has started early this year Nice tune and very appropriate style . The verse I recognise as Aurora, a well known synth tune, the chorus goes well with it though. Nicely played. gazunteit!
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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 22-09-2008, 04:49 PM

Thanks Spike for listen en your nice comments and your right its a pice of Aurora from the group peru later there change the name to nova

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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 22-09-2008, 09:00 PM

Hi Romeo

umpa umpa stick it up ya jumpa

Super stuff mate i just loved this , what a great polka driving tune and an original too Great playing Romeo just pouring a beer now

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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 23-09-2008, 02:29 PM

Hi Romeo.

Well My friend, to be honest, I would rather walk round Oldham with a nail in My shoe than listen to oompah music

Having said that, there are a lot of people who will love this, and it is after all, very well played and lots of fun !!

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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 23-09-2008, 02:52 PM

Hello Romeo
Never been to this festival but it sounds good - "music to get drunk by" from all accounts
Good song and style
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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 23-09-2008, 03:21 PM

Gordon my friend its not my stuff eitherbut it was a expiriment a try out what the tyros 1 can do so forget about it
and Ewan this kind of music i dont have to be drunk

your drunken Romeo

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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 23-09-2008, 07:26 PM

Romeo,

Great stuff here. I enjoyed it very much. You really played and arranged it well. I especially liked the part where it went into the minor chords and changed up the feel.

One thing that has me confused though, is Spike's comment. (The verse I recognise as Aurora, a well known synth tune,......)
Is this an original song or not? If so, how does Spike recognize anything? On the other hand, if it's not an original, why is it posted in the "originals" section?

I'm so confused!!!!

Either way, you've done a great job here!
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Default Re: alpenglüwine - 24-09-2008, 07:56 AM

Dear Krazy let me explain what i do to create this song i just take a little piece from them i like the tune (nova) and use it for my number and i place it under orginal compositions there is a part thats from me plus if i put it in the other topic its still from me i play it not them(i'm confused now my self)
so maybe have Paul a opinion what to do if you use a piece from a composition from somebody else and use it in your own composition
and Krazy are you confused now? well i i'm now
oww and Krazy here is a link from the Duch group i have used


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Smile Re: alpenglüwine - 28-09-2008, 02:57 AM

Well Romeo, ... Now I understand more of what you're doing, but I wouldn't being truthful if I said I wasn't still somewhat confused.

However, ....... I appreciate what you're doing here, and I tip my hat off to you. Great job.
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