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    Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Just finished a score for a live theatre production of Othello. The Bela D Music Box and the Worra Boys Choir were perfect for creating a sinister Iago theme. Just wanted to thank you both for offering such high quality freebies.

    -John

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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Thank you John! We are so glad the freebie came in such good use.

    How was the actors' performance? Othello is one of my favorites.
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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Actually, the performances don't take place for a couple of months yet. Unlike most projects I've been given ample time to finish, submit, get feedback and incorporate changes. I know I know...don't get used to it. Looking forward to picking up Giovanni sometime this year when the budget permits. Thanks again.

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    Hey Temps, will this production be in NYC? If so, let me know where it will be and I'll try to go see it.

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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Quote Originally Posted by TEMPS
    Just finished a score for a live theatre production of Othello. The Bela D Music Box and the Worra Boys Choir were perfect for creating a sinister Iago theme. Just wanted to thank you both for offering such high quality freebies.

    -John
    Worra? Boys Choir? Freebie? Where!?
    I'm lovin' the Gothik Musik Box, but would love to have any free choral stuff that's out there, as I currently have no vocal stuff at all, and don't have the budget for it right now. Can you point me to it?

    Congratulations on a sweet gig (the revision time et al.)!

    Belbin

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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Quote Originally Posted by belbin
    Worra? Boys Choir? Freebie? Where!?
    I'm lovin' the Gothik Musik Box, but would love to have any free choral stuff that's out there, as I currently have no vocal stuff at all, and don't have the budget for it right now. Can you point me to it?

    Congratulations on a sweet gig (the revision time et al.)!

    Belbin
    Yeah, I was wondering about this too.

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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Go to Worra's place (from links on this forum) and look under choirs. There's one called boychoir. It's very useful.

    Sorry Ray, the productions aren't in NYC but thanks for your interest.

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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Worra's Place (www.worrasplace.com), is a website that's no longer updated, (i'll get around to it eventually....).
    It has .gig files that where sent in to the site from contributors from all over the world. So, most of the files are nothing that I've made, personally.
    Worra's Place has also nothing to do with SampleTekk but was something I starded several years ago, both before Bigga Giggas and SampleTekk
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    Re: Big Thank You to Bela D and Worra

    Quote Originally Posted by Worra
    Worra's Place (www.worrasplace.com), is a website that's no longer updated, (i'll get around to it eventually....).
    It has .gig files that where sent in to the site from contributors from all over the world. So, most of the files are nothing that I've made, personally.
    Worra's Place has also nothing to do with SampleTekk but was something I starded several years ago, both before Bigga Giggas and SampleTekk
    Was this link supposed to work?

    jeffn1
    For original progressive electronic rock influenced by J.S. Bach and (old) Rush, check out: www.soundclick.com/jeffreynaness.

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