Just some music I have played recently, hope you all enjoy it, I know I am not the greatest player but still it is some nice music and I enjoy playing it.
Well today I meet up with 2 friends and we played some music together, it was a bunch of fun. Jess was on the Guitar, and Joe on the Alto Recorder and me on the Tin Whistle, it was a blast, I love playing music in a group.
Last sunday my friend Joe and I recorded some of our playing, I was on the tin whistle he was on the alto recorder and here are the products Come Thou Almighty King Look Ye Saints the sight is Glorious Lord God We Praise Thy Name The Lords my Sheperd Yes I know we are[…]
Well I went over to my church to hang with some friends tonight. First off we played a game called “Dukes of Hazzard” that was fun. Then I pulled out my Fluxx deck, if you know that game you know how much fun it can be, we did 3 games, the first 2 were fast[…]
Here is my attempted at playing the Spiritual Song Amazing Grace, still not sure it made it into the new Lutheran hymnal, it is a great song and all, but not a hymn. Click here to hear the recording of it, and some rambalings by me
Click here and if you have an idea what the music is please post a guess, comments are open only for a week (this is an anit-spam thing, less posting time less spam)
Well here is another post. I have recorded some music that I played on my tin whistle click here to bleed your ears out
I know some people would like me to post about my latest stuff with my Tin Whistle, well back on Easter Tim Palmer and I played the last hymn at church. Usally this is done on the front lawn for easter Sunday but this year it was to cold. “Christ the Lord is Risen Today”[…]
Got an email today asking about my tin whistle playing and if I am still doing it. The answer to that question is yes I am still doing it. lately I have been practicing the following Easter Carol “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” I have been doing well, well at lest I think so.[…]
Well today was the day we did the caroling over at Family House, those months of practice have come to a head. Over all I think it went well. So I the first time I did a public performance is over, and I am glad it is over because I was so nervous. I wanted[…]
A year or two ago, my parents gave me a DVD “Creating The Lord of the Rings Symphony” In a tune labeled “The Shire” I hear a familiar sounding instrument, I look over at the screen (I am listening to it and not watching) and I see a Tin Whistle, I think to my self[…]
We might be adding “Oh Holy Night” to the Dec 1 singing. I am practising it on the Tin Whistle. And ouch those high g a and b notes are harsh, right now I can tell I am missing it up big time they just sound so wrong (well at lest to me)
I tried to record my practicing, I used my palm pilot to try to record it. There was a problem as I was try to record it to the SD card, it was recording every 5th second so when I tried to play it back it was only 5 minutes long and just sounded so[…]
Dan at Necessary Roughness asked the following question “I don’t know anything about your whistle, but one # in the key of G makes for slightly more readability than two-sharp D 🙂 Not that big a difference though.” To my Post on about transposing “A Mighty Fortress” But since I can not do table formatting[…]
Well today in the Music Theory course I am taking, I learned how to transpose music when it comes to my Instrument (the Tin Whistle) Which can only play stuff in the key signature of D major, G major, E minor, and B minor. I started some work (I will probably finish tomorrow) on taking[…]