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ukulele shaker claps
First recording of the Uke, last recording for FAWM 2017
Such a well-articulated uke line. I really like what you've done here and the overall meditative feel to the piece.
I like this a lot. Such a simple framework of nicely varied fingerpicking on lovely chords (or does it only seem varied because of the way the uke tuning jumps around?). But it doesn't feel sparse at all. Very contented and idyllic. This would translate very well to a keyboard piece too, I think, and one that would be fun to play!
I just let this wash over me. Sounds like you're sitting on a riverbank playing on a late spring afternoon. Wonderful, delicate picking.
This sounds amazing for a ukelele!..i think they usually sound so scratchy & clunky ...but this is something else
it reminded me of butterflies in a meadow which was nice except the off beat clapping made me think someone was trying to squish them!
so i focussed on someone dancing instead & the claps were applause ..a very nice piece of music Scott
Sweet soothing finale!
This is beautiful... I need to figure out something more intricate and delicate on mine. I love the off time claps too. This is a very interesting end enjoyable song to me. Very pretty and lots of interesting changes. Great job and congrats on an awesome FAWM!
Sweet sound, I think you ended up with a good ukulele. Lovely pensive piece of music here. The distant handclaps are cool.
I have very much enjoyed listening to your pieces and talking to you this FAWM. Great closing piece, I like the handclaps and the nice clear uke tone.
nice sounding ukulele piece. Looks like you made a good choice. The ukulele meshes nicely with the percussion you've added. enjoyable composition to listen to. I was gonna say, if this is your daughter, she is a fast learner (ha, ha). Good one.
this is a lovely composition...
very nice picking , playing and production