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Old 04-24-2020, 01:11 PM   #1
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Default Possibly: a New Pipe... but Old... Tune?? :)




Greetings to All,

Awaking... as I sometimes do... with all sorts of
musical whatnots... floating about betwixt my
ears... this morning's residue... seemed of most
particular... un-expected-ness... :)

Duly sequestered... as many... if not most... of
us presently seem to be... and... for GOK how
long... there now seems to be... a great deal of
Time... for multiples of musical possibilities... to
now cascade... down upon us. :)

(The following is given in compliance with copy-
right laws in giving full source attribution for the
reasons of public and artistic discussion.)

To wit: from the 1948 film, "A Connecticut Yankee
in King Arthur's Court"... that lovely old song sung
by (the now Sir) Cedric Hardwicke, William Bendix,
and Bing Crosby... and greatly reflective of many
of our own situations... (And available on YouTube.)

"We're Busy Doing Nothing
working the whole day through,
trying to find lots of things not to do.
We're busy going nowhere.
Isn't it just a crime?
We'd like to be unhappy,
but we never do have the time."
(Lyrics by Vaughn Monroe.)

And my first waking thought was... Hmm... Wonder
if that's... playable on the pipes??

Well... having the Time... I guess we'll see... we
shall see... :)

Be well... be safe... be vigilant... and be... very
patient... :)

Regards to All,

Pip01





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Old 05-02-2020, 05:52 PM   #2
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Default Re: Possibly: a New Pipe... but Old... Tune?? :)

6/8
LA | F HA HG F2 E | D3 F3 | E HG F E2 D | C6 |
D3 C2 B | LA3 B2 C | D3 C2 B | LA3 LA2 LA |
F HA HG F2 E | D3 F3 | E HG F E2 D | C6 |
D3 HB3 | HA3 D2 C | BDC B2 C | D6 ||

Fine enough till Bar 13, there's a High B!!
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Old 05-05-2020, 10:10 AM   #3
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Fine enough till Bar 13, there's a High B!!



Many thanks!!

Perhaps now... just another... "Fly In the Ointment"... but
around which... we may be able yet... to approximate... :)



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