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Discussion in 'Orchestral Technique [DB]' started by angelika, Jan 21, 2013.


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  1. angelika

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    Something new from Guy Tuneh's "kitchen" is boiling...
     
  2. Justin K-ski

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    I'm sure the secret ingredient is spam.
     
  3. angelika

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  4. mjt0229

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    Does this really belong in Orchestral Technique? This kind of announcement seems ready-made for the Bassists forum.
     
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  6. Adam Attard

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    Please don't encourage another Guy Tuneh bashing thread. It's unnecessary.
     
  7. angelika

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    It's only curiosity.
     
  8. Etienned

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    It was in the bassist forum, but Tuneh moves so much while playing he ended in orchestral technique.
     
  9. angelika

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    "Does this really belong in Orchestral Technique?"

    Well, the "Solo Rep Suggestions?" topic or the "Prelude Suite 1" topic, those two among many other topics, are also not 100% about Orchestra technique, but still i find those very interesting, as much as a presentation of new work for double bass, just nice to have mind exchange,
    pure c u r i o s i t y ....

    As long as my topic here isn't going to be low or irrespective (!) still, is there any problem?

    Best

    Angelika.
     
  10. Tom Gale

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    How about a paid ad??? I'm going to wiggle whenever I sell some books..

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  11. LurkingBass

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    Hah, as soon as I saw these "enigmatic" ads yet again on the doble bass facebook group I knew there would be a topic here by "angelika". :)

    I'm eagerly waiting whether the new world premier recording is going to top the paganini on one of my top 10 lists.
     
  12. Chris Fitzgerald

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    Agree.
     

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