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Postby TerryR » 08 Jul 2018 14:19

Here is a piece of music you probably haven't heard before "Jim". Can't say much about it except Words by Nelson Shawn and Music by Petrillo-Milton Samuels.
I am playing this on my AR80, but the registration was set up by Peter Slack? This is one of the handy things we can do on AR80/100 organs. This is one of my first recordings I made in 2014. As an experiment I add libbed the introduction.

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Re: Jim

Postby Jon D » 08 Jul 2018 15:15

Hi there Terry,
Nice to hear an organ that was a pleasant performance well played I enjoyed listening my good friend. :D :D :D

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Hi there I have played from the age of 13 and all my music is played in a sort of dance tempo style.Have worked in nearly all the North East clubs over the years that give me a good grounding cheers.
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Re: Jim

Postby Brian007 » 08 Jul 2018 16:14

Hi Terry,

A nice piece of music which I have never heard before, but certainly sounded very good, must admit that is one good thing about Yamaha`s the ability to transfer registrations
well played and I enjoyed listening to it.

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Postby JohnT » 08 Jul 2018 18:01

Hi Terry. Never heard that one. Some nice different sounds. An easy listen. John
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Postby dragon » 08 Jul 2018 18:24

Certainly a new piece of music to me and a top performance. Well done. .. Fred
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Postby jackoj » 08 Jul 2018 19:19

Hi Terry,
Very pleasant listen, the AR 80-100 was always a nice organ and enjoyed my time with one. TFS ATB. jackoj. :) :) :)
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Postby Hugh-AR » 09 Jul 2018 17:12

Hi Terry,

A most unusual 'voice' you have used there, but I really like it in the piece you have played. What is it? A very pleasant recording to listen to.

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Re: Jim

Postby TerryR » 10 Jul 2018 16:38

Jon D : Many thanks for listening and your kind remarks.

Brian007 : I was lucky to find a book with several unknown songs. Peter Slack's Registration helped a lot. Thanks for listening and glad you enjoyed it.

JohnT : Yes, Surprisingly there are three 8-foot Voices; Strings and Choir all played in the upper octave. Many thanks for listening.

Fred : Many thanks for listening and encouragement.

Jacko : Many thanks for listening. I have had this AR80 for 5-years and I'm still learning about it.
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Re: Jim

Postby TerryR » 10 Jul 2018 20:10

Hi Hugh

To answer your question Hugh, about the Voices in this piece.
Listening to this piece of music one can hear a slide affect, which happens when two notes are struck, one after the other, on the Upper Manual.
This sound is a combination of three 8-foot voices on the upper manual: Choir Aah; Strings full Strs; and Choir on LEAD Voice.
All Voices have Vibrato adjustment, but LEAD Voice, which is Monophonic, has an addition to it's Vibrato section a SLIDE section. In this case it is turned ON
and adjustments to Time and Tone are possible.
The voices chosen here sound better in the higher end of the keyboard. The slide affect improves when the notes being struck are further apart.
Many thanks for your kind remarks.

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Re: Jim

Postby George » 13 Jul 2018 19:29

Hi, Terry,

Well that's one I don't know but enjoyed the arrangement well played.

George.
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Re: Jim

Postby TerryR » 17 Jul 2018 21:54

Hi George

Many thanks for listening and your kind remarks.
Sorry for not noticing your reply earlier.

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