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In The Wonderland-2nd Movement


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thetiler

 Genre: Acoustic

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This is the 2nd Movement to "Entering A Wonderland".
The original has slide guitar on it as a duet piece. This 2nd Movement has just the fingerpicking guitar as solo. Has more sections that are a bit slower.


The butterflies are flying to various branches resting and taking off again, partaking of their incredible surroundings.

Taking in the beauty while their human friend watches and sees that his pretty blue companion butterfly brought all her friends with her.
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Hits: 5049
Comments: 22
Fans: 2
Plays: 270
Downloads: 195
Votes: 9
Uploaded: Jun 12, 2005 - 05:34:32 AM
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2006 - 12:53:40 PM Last Played: Feb 08, 2019 - 04:23:17 PM
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Hardware:
GB 8 Track Mixer
2 mics
Software:
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Comments
snowdragon said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
A hint of what's to come?
I may be way out in left field here but this one had the feel
of a transition piece to me. If I'm right though, I'm very
much looking forward to the final movement of Tiler's
Wonderland Trilogy.

very nicely done.
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thetiler said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
A hint of what's to come?
I have to come up with a title though.
I felt that the slide was good for the moving into the wonderland.
And being that this piece has no slide work, it gives the feel I believe of less
restlessness and more enjoying the surroundings kind of feeling.

Thanks for the nudging to make up a third movement.



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said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
I agree...
.... trilogy? Part 3?

Bill, this is a real special, soft, touching song. Crystal clear... really beautiful.

Jack

thetiler said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
I agree...
Thanks for noticing the soft parts Jack!
I felt like I took extra care to add some very soft parts that I don't think i've
done in most of my other music. I think one thing that MJ has taught me is that
silence can indeed be golden.

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thoddi said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Never boring
I enjoyed this piece of music thetiler. Having your guitarplaying fill the room was good. You make a relaxing mood and you are clever at making themes appearing now and then. I like the sound you manage to bring out from you fingers and through to my speakers.

Excellent guitar playing as allways:-)

Very nice done!
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thetiler said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Never boring
Thanks thoddi

It means alot to me that you enjoyed it enough to hear it on your main
speakers. I have experimented with the way my mics are set up. I have a more
powerful mic set to the right on the other side of the whole of my acoustic
towards the bridge. As opposed to where it was before near the 12 fret.

But I tried to make my bass notes less bassy and so spread out. I know that
pie suggested I cut down the bass abit, because I think it vibrates little
earphones that fit in the ear.
There are so many variables in recording it boggles the mind.



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philonnie said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Masterful playing
and a truly beautiful composition that holds the attention right up to the final note. I love the empty spaces in the music that contrast so well with the more energetic passages. Looking forward to the 3rd movement.
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thetiler said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Masterful playing
Thanks philonnie for the push on the 3rd movement.
I appreciate that you like the contrast of the piece.

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bronco said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Beautiful Song
Very lilting. Great flow to the piece. I have been playing
background chords on my harmonica while I listen and it
is fun to play along with also. Your descending bass lines
at times remind me of an old folk duo, Richard and Mimi
Farina.
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thetiler said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Beautiful Song
Funny that you should mentioned mimi farina, she headed an organization that
is about a mile from where I live called "Bread and Roses" where musicians
donate some of their spare time to play music in old age homes etc. She passed
away from cancer I believe.
Thanks bronco for stopping by.



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Joanna said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
Beautiful
Another wonderful soundscape. I love the mix of
simplicity and complexity in this song. From a soft, gentle
opening to some complex picking and then back again.
Fabulous work!
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thetiler said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
Beautiful
I guess I get hooked on the beauty thing in music. I love rhythm but i am
realizing more of the importance of silence in music.

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said 5182 days ago (June 12th, 2005)
wonderland
Hey Mr. T,
great acoustic sound and ambience.
The perfect piece to put on the ipod and
listen to in the dark, very soothing.
Like the ending.
As always very good quality.
You are my source when I am in the mood for mellow
and relaxing tunes.

Cheers




thetiler said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
wonderland
Now you got me interested in doing something up tempo :)

Thanks for posting

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TobinMueller said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
A delight
A delight. Delicate, patient, skilled, sweet and joyous,
such a moment the world needs many times over. Thank
you for you and your music.
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thetiler said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
A delight
I know I am not a straight jazz player like you and macboy. But hey I got to
have something that can take me away abit from the physical-ness of tile
installation,

Thanks so much for dropping a post. I relish your posts at my music!

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stevel said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
Acoustic orchestra!
I really lovely work...the acoustic picking is wonderful. I
guess John Fahey and Leo Kottke are the touchstones for
this kind of playing, I think that you do not suffer in the
comparison. Very accomplished music
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thetiler said 5181 days ago (June 13th, 2005)
Acoustic orchestra!
Thanks stevel

Thanks for including me in the likes of John F. and Leo K.
They are pretty great acoustical guitarists for sure.
One big difference between them and me though is they make their money in
music and I in more of a physical nature :) Maybe when my make doesn't hold
out any longer for tile I'll get lucky and get to play the guitar for a livin:)

That sure would be a nice dream :)


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afterfx said 5178 days ago (June 16th, 2005)
That was intense!
Nice picking dude...makes me wanna turn my acoustic into a
lamp or coffee table or something.
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Nolan said 5167 days ago (June 27th, 2005)
Wonderful
An absolute joy, Tiler. As always, I wish I could play a quarter as good as you. I would entertain myself all day.

This really captures the joy of being outside on a beautiful day and genuinely enjoying the planet.
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Anyse said 5118 days ago (August 15th, 2005)
Beethoven or Bach?
I have heard and commented on a number of your
compositions. Some with suggestions for change to get this
clear and concise playing as you have here. And to think that
you get all of this from two microphones! Your compositions,
to me, rival those of Beethoven or even Bach along with a
brightness similar to Mozart. You have a grand mix and style
that is ever evocotive, fresh and, at times, quite brilliant.
Need I say more?
said 4184 days ago (March 6th, 2008)
WOW!
Just another masterpiece ... I'm blown away. Directly 10's ... KUDOS!

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