Trawling through Dubliners CDs to try to find one particular song I remember hearing early in my childhood. I really love this #music, it is so grounded.
Just created a #buzz mix track with samples from our recent performances:
For all his smugness and #gurdy misrepresentation, I’m actually really impressed with Howard Goodall’s conclusion to the Story of Music. In particular the closing segment, where he satisfyingly sums up the history of #music in about four sentences.
Most of the series was moderately interesting historical info, but concluding by linking the advent of the Play button to Bach’s notation style is quite profound.
- TUNE_ID: 1 T: Bourree De Brand M: 2/4 L: 1/8 C: Trad. French N: Bourree from France K: G ABC: |- d>B GB|c3g|f>d ef|ga bg|d>B GB|c3g|f>d ef|g4:| |:c2e2|g=fd2|e=fe2|ded2|cB AG|c2e2|g=fd2|e=f/2e/2 dB|c4:| words: genre: folk
Learning new trompette patterns with Gregory Jolivet, and decided to try to evolve a micro syntax for representing them in notes, so I can add some SVG or Audio-API magic afterwards.
1 4 1 3 1 4 1 3 1234 1234 1234 1 3
And a variation:
12 4 1 3 12 4 1 3 1234 1234 1234 1
Really looking forward to meeting up with all the #gurdy–playing friends I haven’t seen for a while this weekend at Halsway Manor!