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Old 07-12-2005, 11:18 PM
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Thanks. I'll have to look at it! (The site on the opportunities)
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Well my parents always say I'm so full of it my eyes are brown... Now what I'm full of is up to the beholder.

Umm... yeah just trying to get something to someone else and it isn't working the way I want it too so don't worry about the zip file below, but if you want to take a look go ahead.

All it is, is a map of where a college is located... really you don't have to worry (I think). No seriously its just showing where Humboldt State University is, which is in Arcata, CA.
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Cool, Thanks!

I saw the Uni, Sean on the Map and I did some reading on the coposing stuff. Thanks.

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Hope it helps.
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Sean it helped tons thanks!

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Cool, cool... or should I say way to go brah (nothing like good ol' surfer lingo).
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Well since this is about composition, I might as well ask on this thread instead of taking the time to make a new one. (I'm so lazy sometimes)

On string instruments, what in the world does back bowing do? I know how to put it into music and all, but I'm not sure what the use in it is. Also, I need to know when a string instrument can play two notes at once. If anyone can explain this to me, it would help a lot. Thanks!
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Well since this is about composition, I might as well ask on this thread instead of taking the time to make a new one. (I'm so lazy sometimes)

On string instruments, what in the world does back bowing do? I know how to put it into music and all, but I'm not sure what the use in it is. Also, I need to know when a string instrument can play two notes at once. If anyone can explain this to me, it would help a lot. Thanks!


do you just mean the bringing back of the bow after playing up towards the shoulder (on violin at least), I don't think it does anything to change the sound, I don't remember its been a while since I've had a chance to play my violin. On the 2 notes at once, the notes are easiest to play if they're fifths, but other intervals can be played.
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I dunno...all I know is there's a symbol for back bowing. I figured it had to have SOME use, or they wouldn't have created a symbol for it.

And as for 2 notes...are 3rds playable? I'll try to attach a copy of what I'm writing when I finish writing it so you can at least give me some idea whether it's playable or not.
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Yeah alright ummm.... I think thats just to keep the player in an easier bow movement pattern, but they sometimes get annoying. Yeah 2nds are possible, but I don't like them. Btw go to the 'Compositions Per Request' thread and see what you think of the two pieces I put up there.
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