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Brian D
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Joined: 19 Feb 2005
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Location: Oceanside, Ca.

PostPosted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 11:43 am   Reply with quoteBack to top

Well, I am sure that got your attention. LOL

So, what is done? Recall that I have three tunes that were done in the same tuning of DSus4 called:

Prayer Without Words
Summer's Faire

I wanted to tie all of these together into one tune because even though they sound somewhat similar they are very much different. Well guess what?


I wrote an intro that starts with a statement and then goes into variations of that statement. This is then followed on with the three tunes above woven into a common theme. The whole mess is about 16 minutes long and is call...

Suite: Summer's Faire (or, Sweet Summer's Faire).

Is it recorded yet? Nope, but I am working on it.

Now, is it any good? Well that is subjective. To me, it is about playing and writing. If I were to let criticism rule the day I would have quit playing a long time ago. But it is all good. I enjoy playing it and that is that. That is all that matters, right?

I will endeavor to put it on digits as soon as I can. But, for the most part, I have done what I thought would not happen: woven the three tunes into one.

Thanks for reading!

'75 Martin D-35
'08 Martin D12X1
'05 Carvin C750S


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