UPDATE: On Unknown Recording

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Re: UPDATE: On Unknown Recording

Post by mc1 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 12:46 am

hey, that's great cipher!

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Re: UPDATE: On Unknown Recording

Post by ashepps » Wed Jun 17, 2015 3:24 pm

mc1 wrote:hey, that's great cipher!
That is great Cipher from me too. Morgan has put a lot of work into finding this one as well trying to identify the first "Unknown Name" piece - thanks Morgan!

I would also like to thank those who have put up with this thread and then another tune is added, some must have been shaking their heads :)

Anyway for all those that did take the time to listen to the pieces I thank you again and if the first tune can be identified all the better!

Alan
Alan Sheppard
1986 630mm Asturias JM-15 Spruce
1955 650mm Framus SL-32R
2015 650mm Yamaha SLG110N

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Re: UPDATE: On Unknown Recording

Post by ashepps » Wed Jun 17, 2015 4:45 pm

ashepps wrote:
mc1 wrote:hey, that's great cipher!
That is great Cipher from me too. Morgan has put a lot of work into finding this one as well trying to identify the first "Unknown Name" piece - thanks Morgan!

I would also like to thank those who have put up with this thread and then another tune is added, some must have been shaking their heads :)

Anyway for all those that did take the time to listen to the pieces I thank you again and if the first tune can be identified all the better!

Alan
Here is some info on the Russian Gypsy Folk Song on our forum - viewtopic.php?f=7&t=32188, not much but under our noses.

Hopefully we can still look for the "Lost Unknown Tune" :)
Alan Sheppard
1986 630mm Asturias JM-15 Spruce
1955 650mm Framus SL-32R
2015 650mm Yamaha SLG110N

ashepps
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Re: UPDATE: On Unknown Recording

Post by ashepps » Sun Jun 21, 2015 1:15 am

ashepps wrote:
ashepps wrote:
mc1 wrote:hey, that's great cipher!
That is great Cipher from me too. Morgan has put a lot of work into finding this one as well trying to identify the first "Unknown Name" piece - thanks Morgan! I would also like to thank those who have put up with this thread and then another tune is added, some must have been shaking their heads :) Anyway for all those that did take the time to listen to the pieces I thank you again and if the first tune can be identified all the better! Alan
Here is some info on the Russian Gypsy Folk Song on our forum - viewtopic.php?f=7&t=32188, not much but under our noses.
Hopefully we can still look for the "Lost Unknown Tune" :)
I have found the Gypsy Dance or Two Guitars amongst my material and have started to pick it up again, thanks again to Cipher and Morgan for working on it.

BTW, I am going to advertize, on the forum, my Yamaha GC-20D. I had a private buyer back out and as a result I not only lost him, but lost another very interested party because of my impending deal, he just purchased one from this forum.

Alan
Alan Sheppard
1986 630mm Asturias JM-15 Spruce
1955 650mm Framus SL-32R
2015 650mm Yamaha SLG110N

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