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practice this - a lil' something for the weekend.....

PaulM

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"remove cattle from stage"

I wonder if this may have been composed for a performance on the first of April?
 

MLoosemore

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Even I would have a fair chance of hitting a correct note :) probably only the one though...
 

Colin the Bear

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I scanned it into the pooter and set the Baby Grand software to play it ......the fuse in the plug blew
 

Corona4007

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I may take it along to my first lesson back in the New Year and tell my teacher I have been working on something different maybe??
 

Sue

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Arranged by Accident - I'm sure I've played many of his arrangements
 

navarro

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Hi Andy interesting little composition by the deceased Mr. Stump who was known for his eccentric and funny ventures into the world of music. I remember many years ago coming across a piece attributed to Mr Stump entitled `Death Shall Have No Dominion` based on a piece by Dylan Thomas, which was a very serious and sombre rendition by a male voice choir.

I know that Mr Stump`s story has been well documented and is treated with a certain amount of ridicule or awe by academia. But my personal opinion is that Mr Stump was a talented musician and composer who allowed his free will and sense of humour not to be inhibited by the establishment. Regards I like Aaron Copland N.
 
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