Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

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Ray Hume
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Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

Post by Ray Hume » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:03 pm

To see the score please look under "our scores for classical guitar" - where it was posted earlier today.
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Re: Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

Post by Fabbri » Wed Feb 14, 2018 12:41 pm

That's what I hope to make my guitar sound like (not quite there yet), catching both the delight and the anxiety. Thanks again.

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Re: Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

Post by bert » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:37 pm

That's a very beautiful piece. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

Post by Ray Hume » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:09 pm

Many thanks Fabbri.

Until such time as the human race comes to its senses (some hope!), there is ample need for.....well, not just anxiety - more like fear and dread.

The relatively unspoilt landscape of my Worcestershire youth is but a memory, but of course it's not just Worcestershire, England, the UK, etc. It's the whole planet we're messing up. And the sad thing is, we seem powerless to stop it, enslaved as we have all become to the trinkets that money can buy. Not to mention international tension and conflict, and the kind of people (and parties) we're inclined to vote for.

It's not easy to write a happy tune these days. :(

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Re: Hume, Ray - op.308 The Myriad Nymphalids

Post by Ray Hume » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:12 pm

...and thanks for your appreciation, Bert.

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