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October 7, 2019 at 7:07 pm #146694
Thank you, Brian! Thanks to everyone for your excellent participation!
It was good to see 55 people participating this month, 8 more than last month’s 47 submissions. It’s worth mentioning that two of them played together in a single video—Sunjamr Steve and Brian have a pretty remarkable New Zealand story. As always, it’s my pleasure listening. Everyone was really great this time. This was a standout Challenge.
I didn’t see any new participants—I’ll be very happy to correct this statement. If I missed you or if I missed posting your video altogether, I’m really sorry, please let me know if you see anything amiss as soon as you can, thanks!
Desmond Allen (link to MP3 below)
Dieter (there’s silence after 3 minutes)
Craig S “Bron Yr Aur”
WBlues (Wilfried), “Farmer Corn-Days ’19”
Phil B “3 for 1” (link to MP3 below)
Santiago P (Ekkedui) two versions
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October 7, 2019 at 9:13 pm #146708JoLaParticipant
Thank you for consolidating the submissions!
We did indeed have 2 brand new participants this month, Ethan G – we could hear his baby talking on the track 😉 and Desmond Allen, who posted his submission 10 days early 🙂
October 7, 2019 at 10:40 pm #146709
Thank you, JoLa, good looking out. I’m sorry about that Desmond and Ethan.
If I mess it up next time, I may stop attempting to comment on it.
October 8, 2019 at 2:46 am #1467406stringer PeteModerator
Don, many thanks again for putting this all together. We all here appreciate it.
The melody of the notes is what expresses the art of music . 🙂 6stringerPete
It really is all about ”melody”. The melody comes from a language from our heart. Our heart is the muscle in music harmony. The melody is the sweetness that it pumps into our musical thoughts on the fretboard. 🙂 Pete
October 8, 2019 at 4:50 pm #146783
Pete, of course! It’s seriously a pleasure to do it. So long as I can, I will.
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