by Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments channel
Tags: Syntheway, Virtual Flute, Bouree
http://syntheway.net - Bourée (Jethro Tull cover*) Excerpt with DAL Flute virtual musical instrument plugin (Windows VST, AU Audio Unit Component for Mac OSX, Logic EXS24, Kontakt Sample Libraries. * Note: Covered from "Stand Up" album by Jethro Tull (Based on Bourrée in E minor is a popular lute piece, the fifth movement from Suite in E minor for Lute, BWV 996 (BC L166) written by Johann Sebastian Bach.) Software: 1.- DAL Flute VSTi (Full version includes: Pan Flute and Shakuhachi Japanese Flute) 2.- Additional Instruments: Fantasize SoundFont Player VSTi (Bass, Guitar, Drums SF2 Samples)
by LostTrailRunner Podcast
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Tags: Run, Running, Training
It is Peachtree Road Race morning and Laura and I recorded on the way to the race and then after the race was complete. We inserted a promo for the "Extra Mile Podcast - Galloway Edition" 1/2 Marathon. Thanks for listening to our ramblings. The intro music is "Black" and the outro is "ComingDown", both from Digitaljuice. Digitaljuice.com This podcast was recorded using a Zoom H1 Handy Recorder.
by Mrs. Youngblood's Channel
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Tags: mr webber, semester system, art department
Hello Peter. This is Mrs Younguirre(?). I would like to inform you some changes that are coming to the Art Department this year in Alsharu(?) Elementary School. We will be changing our schedule and the Central Road this year and so in order for you to understand it I will try to explain it to you a little bit. We've added an our faculty member therefore that is going to necessitate the ___ for our current schedule. Also for the upper grade Mr Webber myself and Ms Kath would like to begin seeing it could be seated at least twice a week therefore we will be going to your alternative quarter of alternating semester system were the students only attend our ___ as the latest semester. For example this is Sally from Music for 2 times on week the 1st semester the 2nd they would not see me at all and then like
by New England Conservatory Youth Symphony - Costa Rica Tour 2013
What a full final day! We checked out of our Jaco Beach hotel and took a true "scenic" trip back to our original San Jose hotel in preparation for our Boston return tomorrow. In between we stopped to see a huge croud of crocodiles from atop a bridge (at a safe distance); took a planned detour to a roadside souvenir store; traveled to the top of Poas volcano's crater rim; had lunch and an informative tour of the Dokas Coffee Plantation; then finally arriving to our San Jose hotel. We're now being treated to dinner, music and dancing by our tour organizers and Costa Rican hosts. All in all, a glorious musical and cultural experience was had by all here -- and we are profoundly grateful. Pura Vida!!!