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Nines
on: January 03, 2021, 12:32:02
Just a little minimalist midi tune. No words.

https://soundcloud.com/steve-gray-songwriting/nines
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Re: Nines
Reply #1 on: January 03, 2021, 12:59:55
Reminds me of the playing of an organist who accompanies churchgoers to Holy Communion through his organ playing.

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Reply #2 on: January 05, 2021, 13:16:14
Just a little minimalist midi tune. No words.

https://soundcloud.com/steve-gray-songwriting/nines
Really relaxing, something wonderful for these times, it has a childhood essence
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Re: Nines
Reply #3 on: January 06, 2021, 10:00:28
I like it a lot.
Are you sure you don't want any vocals to help it along?
Whatever your choice, I like it a whole lot.
Keep them coming!
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Re: Nines
Reply #4 on: January 11, 2021, 19:41:57
Thanks for your comments @Mo , @Mora Amaro La Loba and @LePlongeur . Your reactions are quite different, which I find fascinating. I wasn't intending this to be a song Gus, but you are welcome to take it further.....


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Re: Nines
Reply #5 on: January 11, 2021, 20:03:47
@redmando I just hope you felt not insulted by my comment. I still want have explain a bit more as it was too short maybe ;D

I got a quick association back to my childhood when i listend .
 I was forced from early age on  to visit church each sunday. And this was so so incredible boring, there was just one  good highlight to me during that neverending hour when the organ player did some interesting  freestyle playing during the time I mentioned above and when people left church... so rather my comment was positive meaned. I'm sorry afterward not have expressed otherwise  ;)


Re: Nines
Reply #6 on: January 11, 2021, 21:05:49
@redmando I just hope you felt not insulted by my comment. I still want have explain a bit more as it was too short maybe ;D

I got a quick association back to my childhood when i listend .
 I was forced from early age on  to visit church each sunday. And this was so so incredible boring, there was just one  good highlight to me during that neverending hour when the organ player did some interesting  freestyle playing during the time I mentioned above and when people left church... so rather my comment was positive meaned. I'm sorry afterward not have expressed otherwise  ;)
There was certainly no offence taken @Mo . In fact, your comment was very valid - I had not thought of my tune in that way, but I do now! Nines was built on mathematical sequences of nine notes, which I then moved about to make, hopefully, more musical. Perhaps this is what the skilled church organist does in his/her head when he/she is improvising? Best wishes, Steve.



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Re: Nines
Reply #7 on: January 12, 2021, 18:40:14
An interesting progression of notes and just maybe a possibly for a competition if you were happy for others to take this and see what they could do with it. From little acorns and all that.

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