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    Smile Music - Breaking from the Traditional

    I thought that with all the CC users around the world there must be those of us that come across music that one would never think of putting together. But for some reason it works.
    I am a great lover of classical music and have played the piano for 50 of my 55 years. Beethoven’s 5th is one of my favourite pieces. I also appreciate and enjoy lots of other types of music such as Salsa but I would have never thought of combining these two.
    http://wimp.com/beethovensalsa/
    Hopefully there are lots of other examples of music that has been performed or combined with other music or anything else – breaking from the traditional.

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    OK... that's very cool! I've been playing the recorder for 30 years now - minus the 4 months post-surgery when my hand was too weak to hold the instrument.

    This is not a blend, but an equally amazing piece - Unsquare Dance by Dave Brubec written in 7/8. One of my all time favs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn2Ob5PepsU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corinne1 View Post
    OK... that's very cool! I've been playing the recorder for 30 years now - minus the 4 months post-surgery when my hand was too weak to hold the instrument.

    This is not a blend, but an equally amazing piece - Unsquare Dance by Dave Brubec written in 7/8. One of my all time favs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn2Ob5PepsU


    Good mix - Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corinne1 View Post
    OK... that's very cool! I've been playing the recorder for 30 years now - minus the 4 months post-surgery when my hand was too weak to hold the instrument.

    This is not a blend, but an equally amazing piece - Unsquare Dance by Dave Brubec written in 7/8. One of my all time favs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn2Ob5PepsU
    good thnx

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    I play bob Dylan, stones, and beethoven on my ukulele. sometimes its a plastic ukulee, or a cigarbox ukulele.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAllFWSl998

    The things you can do with your Iphone. Of course I am sure everyone has already heard these guys.

    geoffrey

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    Quote Originally Posted by psylocke24 View Post
    You are a good piano player, I hope I can play like you one of these days. I am still learning and taking here my piano music lessons.

    How do you know?

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    Darth Vader's theme in the style of Beethoven.

    Okay this is pretty funny too.



    http://wimp.com/beethovenstyle/

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    How British People great you at the Airport

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    Cool!!! I like!

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