D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Musical games to help develop improvisational skills.
Mark_Steed
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Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Mark_Steed » Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:39 am

Spot on Linda - just C major descending. Decided to resist the temptation to put in an Accidental! HA HA. Now I had better get back to Lesson 5 where I have nearly got Sor's Ali #2 Opus 44 hacked; in a manner of speaking! :)

Marie-Cécile Satonet

Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Marie-Cécile Satonet » Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:44 pm

Here's my contribution...
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jesus_ alvarez

Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by jesus_ alvarez » Thu May 16, 2013 8:35 pm

Hello you all, I´ve followed you with this game, continuing after the notes of Mark Steel because I haven´t written the notes of Marie-Cécile and I´m not able to identify listening to them. I´ve added two bars, the first one almost the same of the beginning of the song for resuming the theme. The notes are : In the first bar, re, re (eighths), la(quarter note), sol, sol(eighths) and re(quarter note). In the second bar, Fa sharp, mi, re, do, si, la(eighths) and re(quarter note)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02pFc3ngE1A

Lucio Araujo

Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Lucio Araujo » Tue May 21, 2013 3:22 am

Hello,
Here my submission game, continuing after the notes of Linda:

http://www.vimeo.com/66614828

see you,

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Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Mark_Steed » Fri May 24, 2013 3:35 pm

Nice playing as usual Lucio and a super addition. Hi there Jesu,s seemed to have missed your post of the 16th May - very nice to have you join in here. Are taking a particular course at the moment? Mind you it is nearly end of this years lessons; but a few like me are a touche behind and will have to plod on :D
Look forward to seeing you around.
mark

:merci:

Lucio Araujo

Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Lucio Araujo » Mon May 27, 2013 2:21 pm

Thanks Mark,

About course, just Delcamp Method and now i'm studing flute too.
bye

Tony Nugent
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Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Tony Nugent » Sat Dec 14, 2013 8:16 am

Is there a score for where this piece finishes off please?

Pentti Kotilainen
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Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Pentti Kotilainen » Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:13 am

Hi Tony!
Tony Nugent wrote:Is there a score for where this piece finishes off please?
Unfortunately there isn't. This game was started, more or less, as a part of DO2 studies last year.

If you want to participate Musical Games, I guess, it's easier to start a new game.

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Satyajit Kadle
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Re: D02," -X" - players, 1 bar, 4/4 time, 1 voice

Post by Satyajit Kadle » Mon Feb 24, 2014 12:30 pm

Splendid game and it's come out quite well :) I hope I can add a bar or 2 to it
* Edit. I see that this was last year's game. I somehow misread the dates.

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