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Cherish the Ladies

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Yes...yes I do. This isn't a solo! Listen all the way through. Bodhran+whistle+bagpipe

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As a fellow bodhran player, I heartily approve of this. <3 I have a fascination for Celtic music in general, and this is a rare find on NG.

That tin whistle was just beautiful, and then everything came in to back it up, and that's when my heart skipped a beat. The bodhran stood out to me most, considering I pick out rhythms faster than anything. That having been said: I understand that it's difficult to keep the metrics (the timing) 100% accurate, and that's where practice comes in. I mean it, I make slips like these myself when playing.

4.5/5, half a star docked for metrics, but all in all deserving a high score for authenticity and emotion.

Wow

No WAY in hell I could play that well on the whistle. You did great, I love it. Sounds so.. So Celtic. Celtics all the way. ^_^

very nice

i like it, I heard the drum and whistle, I take it the drone in the backround was the bagpipe. That was a little disappointing, but pretty good none the less. great work, excellent quality.

Great Job

Needed some adjustments after listening to a huge bass song you made aposed to this fluit or recorder song you made. This had some really good fluit playing. It took a little while for the soloness to go away. The bag pipes evidentally had a great sound to the whole thing.

Quite strange, but awesome!

It sure did sound like a solo for a long time, until pretty far into it! That shows a little lack of diversity, though you still had some. The clarity was great, and this was sure original. It also seems like you tried pretty hard on this.

I hope this review was helpful!

4/5

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Triskele
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4.76 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 2, 2006
2:49 PM EDT
Genre
Miscellaneous
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2.3 MB
2 min 30 sec

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