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Dance at Merry's Tavern

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This was a little tune I wrote up for fife, guitar, harp, violin, and double bass. The melody is original. :)

(I originally had tambourine in it, but the sampled tambourine acoustics already had a considerable built-in reverb in the samples, so I had to take it out.)
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Uploaded: Jan 06, 2009 - 04:16:40 PM
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Feter said 3908 days ago (January 6th, 2009)
Dance at Merry's Tavern
Man .. you got a real talent in writing something old and folky ...
this is might considered classic its so fabulous ..I m highly moved
by your writing here ...if you consider renaissance percussions style
this will fit right away ..I tried to write something close to this
style ... neo renaissamce lol ...anyway ...I m just enjoying this
piece of Art ..thank you so very much for sharin such gem !!!
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kristyjo said 3908 days ago (January 6th, 2009)
Great posting
Lovely melody. I like the doubled octave treatment, and the ever-multiplying countermelodies. It's nice to hear something new from you. This really is neo-renaissance.
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Mystified said 3908 days ago (January 7th, 2009)
...to hear this! Very well done! :)

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Char said 3820 days ago (April 4th, 2009)
authentic sounding little dance. Gentle wind sprites frolicking in a dappled glade while fairy flowers sway with their every movement. Thanks.

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mrattue said 3302 days ago (September 5th, 2010)
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Liked this very much. Evokes a freedom and aspiration that seems very much an out-of-doors feeling, as if the dance was taking place under a wide sky perhaps, or by the sea. English faerie, i would call it, if you don't mind the association! Like to hear the old country speak, being a lover of the landscape. Nice one.

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