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Share your musical journey / Itsuki no komoriuta (Lullaby of Itsuki)
« Last post by hoodsmom on February 12, 2020, 12:24:22 pm »
X:1
T:Itsuki no komoriuta (Lullaby of Itsuki)
C:Jap. Traditional min'yo from the Kumamoto region
C:Transcribed by D. Festi
S:https://musescore.com/sagensang/scores/102602
L:1/8
M:3/4
K:Bb
z D GA Bd | G3 A Bd | d3 B de | d2 z B de |!
[M:2/4] g2 e2 |[M:3/4] d2 BA G z | BA G2 E2 | G4 z2 |]

X:1
T:Itsuki no komoriuta (Lullaby of Itsuki)
C:Jap. Traditional min'yo from the Kumamoto region
C:Transcribed by D. Festi
S:https://musescore.com/sagensang/scores/102602
L:1/8
M:3/4
K:C
z E AB ce | A3 B ce | e3 c ef | e2 z c ef |!
[M:2/4] a2 f2 |[M:3/4] e2 cB A z | cB A2 F2 | A4 z2 |]

X:1
T:Itsuki no komoriuta (Lullaby of Itsuki)
C:Jap. Traditional min'yo from the Kumamoto region
C:Transcribed by D. Festi
S:https://musescore.com/sagensang/scores/102602
L:1/8
M:3/4
K:Gmaj
z B, EF GB | E3 F GB | B3 G Bc | B2 z G Bc |!
[M:2/4] e2 c2 |[M:3/4] B2 GF E z | GF E2 C2 | E4 z2 |]

and some inspiration from Youtube:
youtube.com/watch?v=Z4IAbyjzFm4
youtube.com/watch?v=Et2R63jMwYw
youtube.com/watch?v=Wnj-tz8i8n8
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Learning Resources / Re: YouTube vids for Japanese folk songs
« Last post by hoodsmom on February 12, 2020, 10:51:34 am »
I purposely took the live links out b/c I find the large previews annoying - especially if I'm eventually going to have a long list of vids.
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General Discussion / Too much Coda love
« Last post by Codabird on February 07, 2020, 11:23:05 pm »
Well I've been practicing and playing the Coda for quite a few months now. I can't get enough of it. I have two of them now because I am afraid of losing one. Too much playing has given me a touch of Tenosynovitis though. Mind you a job where I am using the computer keypad all day doesn't help. So sadly I've had to reduce my playing while my hands improve. Aside from this annoying affliction I'd like to learn how to do cuts, rolls and strikes. I've seen YouTube videos but I still don't know where to insert them in a melody. Is it possible someone  could show an example using a tune from the Coda book?

cheers from
Brisbane Australia
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Share your musical journey / Amhrán A Leabhair
« Last post by hoodsmom on February 07, 2020, 01:18:38 pm »
amazing youtube vid with all lyrics, translation, and in the info section, historical notes
youtube.com/watch?v=RQgXY07sz8Q

X: 1
T: Amhrán A Leabhair
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K:C
R:ocarina
|:A2|D4E2|F4G2|Ad3-d2-|d4e2|d4c2|A4G2|AB c4-|c4d2|!
D4E2|F4E2|FG A4-|A4G2|E4D2|D4C2|D6-|D4:|!
|:c2|d2d4|d4c2|de f4-|f4e2|d4c2|A4G2|A6-|A4B2|!
c6|c4B2|c2d4-|d4c2|A4G2|F4G2|A6-|A4A2|!
D4E2|F4G2|A2d4-|d4e2|d4c2|A4G2|AB c4-|c4d2|!
D4E2|F4E2|FG A4-|A4G2|E2D4|D4C2|D6-|D4:|]

You can play the key of C version on a Mountain Oc by dropping the notes in the first 5-1/2 measures of the third line by an octave, i.e.
|:C2|D2D4|D4C2|DEF4-|F4E2|D4 c2|A4G2|A6-|A4B2|!

X: 1
T: Amhrán A Leabhair
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K:F
R:F-recorder
|:d2|G4A2|B4c2|dg3-g2-|g4a2|g4f2|d4c2|de f4-|f4g2|!
G4A2|B4A2|Bc d4-|d4c2|A4G2|G4F2|G6-|G4:|!
|:f2|g2g4|g4f2|ga b4-|b4a2|g4f2|d4c2|d6-|d4e2|!
f6|f4e2|f2g4-|g4f2|d4c2|B4c2|d6-|d4d2|!
G4A2|B4c2|d2g4-|g4a2|g4f2|d4c2|de f4-|f4g2|!
G4A2|B4A2|Bc d4-|d4c2|A2G4|G4F2|G6-|G4:|]

X: 1
T: Amhrán A Leabhair
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: D
R: whistle
S:https://www.micksvirtualwhistle.net/amhran-a-leabhair.html
|:B2|E4F2|G4A2|Be3-e2-|e4f2|e4d2|B4A2|Bc d4-|d4e2|!
E4F2|G4F2|GA B4-|B4A2|F4E2|E4D2|E6-|E4:|!
|:d2|e2e4|e4d2|ef g4-|g4f2|e4d2|B4A2|B6-|B4c2|!
d6|d4c2|d2e4-|e4d2|B4A2|G4A2|B6-|B4B2|!
E4F2|G4A2|B2e4-|e4f2|e4d2|B4A2|Bc d4-|d4e2|!
E4F2|G4F2|GA B4-|B4A2|F2E4|E4D2|E6-|E4:|]
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Share your musical journey / Re: Duane’s World (A musical journey)
« Last post by Windjammer on February 06, 2020, 01:10:38 am »
Thanks Carol. It is always nice to here from someone that has got something useful out of what I write and just to know somebody has actually read some of it. ??? :o :)
I like helping people and interacting in a positive way.
I belonged to the old Mountain Ocarina forum since 2008 and had started visiting in 2007 I believe. But It was years before I actually wrote anything or interacted with anybody. I was getting to know them but they didn’t know me. After my accident I started thinking , how many people where like me and just sat on the sidelines and read everybody else’s posts. There is some amazing people around here.        Like you, and many more I hope to get to know. But I can’t get to know them if they’re just ghosting all the time.  :( ??? ::)
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Enchant the Forest Videos (ONLY!) / El cóndor pasa
« Last post by Karl Ahrens on February 05, 2020, 06:40:37 pm »
On vacation in Orlando with the whole family, my wife Susan and I sneaked out for a few minutes on our last day there to make this video. At first, I wasn't going to post it because of nearby highway noise and especially because I rushed this beautiful Peruvian song. (But, hey, we were just off the sidewalk on a busy road, so I was trying to fit my song in before the next guy without a muffler drove by. :) )  In the end, I posted it anyway because these Enchant the Forest videos don't have to be perfect! The important thing is for us to get out there and do it -- and have fun & grow in the process. 

On the bright side, Susan said people walking by gave us warm smiles, and one couple even stopped to give us a nice round of applause.

Besides the video, here's some travel experiences I had with Coda. 

I really enjoyed practicing this song at night in our hotel room using my Coda Silencers. What a beautiful thing! Laying flat on my back after a long day of walking at Disney, playing my heart out -- quietly

Also, the night before I made the video, I went out and sat behind the wheel of the rental minivan to practice. I used earplugs because of the small enclosed area with hard surfaces and had a engaging practice session!  It reminded me of what a great practice studio your car can be in a pinch.   

Finally, I did a lot of silent fingering practice on the plane en route to Orlando.  I took out a book of tunes and hummed the tunes in my head while I happily fingered all the notes without lifting Coda to my mouth or blowing.  This can be surprisingly productive practice.  Anyway, I was seated in the aisle, and a guy one row back was intrigued by what I was doing, so we had a fascinating ;) talk about Coda and our experiences with music.


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General Discussion / Re: New looks for Coda
« Last post by Treble Maker Carol on February 05, 2020, 01:34:17 pm »
So far I'm thinking just a little paint around the edges.  Maybe a galaxy and some stars, maybe a Van Gogh replica... though it may look more like a Picasso...  :-\ Perhaps I should practice a bit more before permanently marking up my CODA... or perhaps I should stop worrying about aesthetics and just practice more music.  ;D
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Introductions / Re: Greetings from New Mexico, USA
« Last post by Treble Maker Carol on February 05, 2020, 01:29:26 pm »
Thank you, Windjammer!  ;D
I feel like I've found my people; my tribe! In other words, I found where all the other smart alecks hang out.   ::) ;) ;D

Musically inclined smart alecks, to be precise!  :P
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Introductions / Re: Greetings from New Mexico, USA
« Last post by Windjammer on February 05, 2020, 12:35:00 am »
I forgot to say welcome to the forum Carol! Welcome to the forum Carol.  ;D
I think you’ll fit right in around here.  ;)
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General Discussion / Re: New looks for Coda
« Last post by Windjammer on February 05, 2020, 12:16:23 am »
I didnt even consider chemical reactions! Well, if I mess up my CODA, I'll have to get another one... I'm sure Karl won't mind is buying more from him!  ;)  My 2 daughters have CODAs and they're not willing to do anything to mess theirs up so I guess it's up to me to experiment.

They seem to be fairly tuff and resistant to chemical reactions. Keep in mind that the airway path is the most sensitive and fragile part of the instrument. Like the fipple and labium. Also any thing that physically changes the hole size.   ???
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