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    "Pickin' Daisies"

    Music Lovers,

    Here is one of my many country thangs, "Pickin' Daisies".

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Hi Larry,

    I enjoyed your Pickin Daisies, especially the guitar work.

    I’ve always amazed what you can come up with by mousing in the notes. It seems like it would be very tedious and slow going for me at least.

    Even starting with a keyboard it can be that.




    Phil

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
    Hi Larry,

    I enjoyed your Pickin Daisies, especially the guitar work.

    I’ve always amazed what you can come up with by mousing in the notes. It seems like it would be very tedious and slow going for me at least.

    Even starting with a keyboard it can be that.

    Phil
    There are shortcuts that I use that save data entry time.

    Thanks, Mister Phil.

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Hi Larry,

    For many years I've been playing in a large banjo band (24 banjos, saxes, trumpets, percussion, bass, 4 guitars, organ, accordion, flutes, horns, clarinet, violin). I used to play the accordion or the flute. Your uplifting piece brought all these lovely memories back. The orchestra was a youth band, but recently after a reunion, the started playing again. The average age is now 66! I helped to restart the band now with computer written scores (in the early days they were hand written of course), restored from what was left after all these years...

    Thanks for that sweet reminder,
    Jos
    Jos Wylin

    http://www.joswyl.be compositions and sampling practices

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Quote Originally Posted by Max Hamburg View Post
    Hi Larry,

    For many years I've been playing in a large banjo band (24 banjos, saxes, trumpets, percussion, bass, 4 guitars, organ, accordion, flutes, horns, clarinet, violin). I used to play the accordion or the flute. Your uplifting piece brought all these lovely memories back. The orchestra was a youth band, but recently after a reunion, the started playing again. The average age is now 66! I helped to restart the band now with computer written scores (in the early days they were hand written of course), restored from what was left after all these years...

    Thanks for that sweet reminder,
    Jos
    That is one LARGE group of music makers!

    I did not know that you were a banjo picker.

    Thank you for your message.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Well, that got me hopping around in my chair, Larry! Thanks for the share!

    Regards,
    Canada frozen, Richard

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Quote Originally Posted by sururick View Post
    Well, that got me hopping around in my chair, Larry! Thanks for the share!

    Regards,
    Canada frozen, Richard
    Don't overdo the hoppin', Mister Richard, Eh.

    Thanks for the good words.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Quote Originally Posted by larryalex1 View Post
    That is one LARGE group of music makers!

    I did not know that you were a banjo picker.

    Thank you for your message.

    Best,

    Larry G. Alexander
    I'm not a banjo picker at all, Larry. I only played in that band. My instruments there were the accordion and the flute.

    All the best,
    Jos
    Jos Wylin

    http://www.joswyl.be compositions and sampling practices

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Nice piece.. I liked that it was as 'frantic' as some country picking can be. (I'm slow moving this week)

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    Re: "Pickin' Daisies"

    Quote Originally Posted by angelonyc View Post
    Nice piece.. I liked that it was as 'frantic' as some country picking can be. (I'm slow moving this week)
    Just call me Mister Frantic.

    Thanks for listening.

    Larry G. Alexander

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