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    " Noodlin' "

    Harpsi Fans,

    Here is a short piece that I wrote especially for the GPO Harpsichord KS (A5), which is featured.

    This is " Noodlin' ".

    Notice in the "B" section how you can have the left and right hand "talk" to each other and "answer" in your keyboard compositions.

    Regards,

    Larry A.

    www.alexandermusic.com/resources/Noodlin.mp3
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    I can't claim to be a Harpsichord fan,(I like Beachams description..."2 Skeletons copulating on a tin roof...." ) but I did enjoy this one.I liked your your L.H. R.H. dialogue.
    regards

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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    I can't claim to be a Harpsichord fan,(I like Beachams description..."2 Skeletons copulating on a tin roof...." ) but I did enjoy this one.I liked your your L.H. R.H. dialogue.
    regards
    Blimey, what a lofty way of putting it! Sir Thomas always had a lot of class.

    I am pleased that you enjoyed this one.

    Best of regards, old chap.

    Larry A.
    Larry G. Alexander
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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    you gotta admire the delicacy of "copulating"....
    regards

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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    He He He , you still amaze me Larry! I have to tell you. Harpsichord always brings back memories of the Adams Family with Lurch playing Harpsichord while Gomez and Morticia dance.
    Tich, you spoke French!
    I guess that's why you call it "Noodlin". That was great ...
    Styxx

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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    He He He , you still amaze me Larry! I have to tell you. Harpsichord always brings back memories of the Adams Family with Lurch playing Harpsichord while Gomez and Morticia dance.
    Tich, you spoke French!
    I guess that's why you call it "Noodlin". That was great ...
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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Wonderful piece Larry. There are some very nice chord progressions in this one and it is perfectly suited for the harpsichord. I, for one, love the sound of skeletons.
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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Quote Originally Posted by valhalx
    Wonderful piece Larry. There are some very nice chord progressions in this one and it is perfectly suited for the harpsichord. I, for one, love the sound of skeletons.

    Very much appreciated
    A
    L

    Skeletons are nice except for my own bare one.

    Regards,

    LGA
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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Very much appreciated
    A
    L

    Skeletons are nice except for my own bare one.

    Regards,

    LGA
    Too funny!

    Thanks for this music Larry!
    I love how you played the last chord, unexpected.

    dpdan

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    Re: " Noodlin' "

    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN
    Too funny!

    Thanks for this music Larry!
    I love how you played the last chord, unexpected.

    dpdan
    Thanks. You have good taste.

    The last chord (as opposed to the 'lost chord') is just another example of my innate sneakiness.

    My best,

    Larry A.
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