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A folk song of Catalonia in a modern arrangement. The melody was to taught to my pianist by his grandfather in the old country. I started the piece with a medieval Pipe & Tabor, a one-handed 3 hole pipe with the drum hit by the other hand. The melody is on panflute with piano, harp and purcussion. Hope you enjoy it. Love to hear your feedback :)... brad
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Uploaded: Sep 08, 2006 - 04:16:30 PM
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2006 - 04:16:30 PM Last Played: Feb 19, 2019 - 09:50:37 PM
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vbluesky said 4573 days ago (September 9th, 2006)
sounding flutes, this song has a good production and mixed good
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TobinMueller said 4573 days ago (September 9th, 2006)
Cat ain't got your tongue!
I totally dig the sound of your many pipes. You are a master. In this
track, none of the other sounds equal the pipes' soul, real edge, or
emotional magnetism for me. The piano is kind of stiff, controlled, and I
would have liked more Paganini in them, altho the solo 3/4s of the way
thru was nice. The harp complements well, sounds great. The shaker is
well placed, but a more human touch, with slight variations, would have
been more pleasing to me. This is a wonderfully clean track, tightly
produced. Long live Catalonia!

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j2morrow said 4573 days ago (September 9th, 2006)
Made me feel like I was walking along mist-covered mountains in Peru.
Wonderful playing, wonderful production. Thanks for sharing.
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drakonis said 4573 days ago (September 9th, 2006)
captivating, as always
Tobin hit some production points, I would concur, and add that during
the first 1/2, the bass sounded very "narrowly centered", right in the
middle of my head, not spread out... then it disappeared for most of the
second half, and then near the end when it showed up again, it seemed to
come in almost too suddenly, but now it sounded more pleasingly spread
out. That's with headphones on, anyway. And that's the only nitpick,
otherwise, as with all your other stuff, this is really gorgeous... nice
choices of instruments. I missed you, glad to have you back!
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kristyjo said 4573 days ago (September 9th, 2006)
intriguing instrumentation
The panpipes are such a natural sounding instrument, and this is a lovely
melody. I'm always amazed by the variety of music posted here. Nice
improvisatory feeling piano solo near the end.
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clasick said 4572 days ago (September 10th, 2006)
Very nice effect and sound. Was amazed
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