[LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine

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Date: Sunday, February 7, 2010 - 5:05 pm

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Long time ago I wanted to post this tune on LAU list, but for one reason or
other, I didn't.

However, in these v cold days here in England, I thought it might be nice
and warming to share the followng tune

*http://mastoridis.co.uk/temp/linux/Viktor_Mastoridis-GM.ogg.tar*

It's name is GM, which are the initials of my wife's surname, Ginka
Mastoridis. It was made last year when she decided to take on my surname,
and I felt that this act is an act of honour, I had to react - and so made
this little instrumental piece....

Performed on Baglamas (again) as a solo instrument, using Ardour for audio
amd Muse for midi, this was my first finished Linux audio production about a
year ago. Old-fashioned, classical Greek music style.

And for those interested in the 'source code', here's a Frescobaldi/Lilypond
produced leadsheet pdf file.
http://mastoridis.co.uk/temp/linux/Viktor_Mastoridis-GM-leadsheet.pdf

Hope you enjoy the little rays of sunshine that peek throughout this number.
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Viktor Mastoridis
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www.Meditera.co.uk

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Long time ago I wanted to post this tune on LAU list, but for one reason or=
other, I didn't.However, in these v cold days here in England,=
I thought it might be nice and warming to share the followng tune

http://mastoridis.co.uk/temp/linux/Viktor_Mastoridis-GM.ogg.tar=
It's name is GM, which are the initials of my wife's surnam=
e, Ginka Mastoridis. It was made last year when she decided to take on my s=
urname, and I felt that this act is an act of honour, I had to react - and =
so made this little instrumental piece....

Performed on Baglamas (again) as a solo instrument, using Ardour for au=
dio amd Muse for midi, this was my first finished Linux audio production ab=
out a year ago. Old-fashioned, classical Greek music style. And for=
those interested in the 'source code', here's a Frescobaldi/Li=
lypond produced leadsheet pdf file.

http://mastoridis.co.uk/temp/linux/Viktor_Mastoridis-GM-leadsheet.pd=
f
Hope you enjoy the little rays of sunshine that peek throughou=
t this number.

---Viktor Mastoridis---------------------www.Meditera.co.uk

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[LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Viktor Mastoridis, (Sun Feb 7, 5:05 pm)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Viktor Mastoridis, (Wed Feb 24, 12:09 am)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Julien Claassen, (Wed Feb 10, 8:56 pm)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Viktor Mastoridis, (Sat Feb 20, 10:08 am)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Julien Claassen, (Sat Feb 20, 11:15 am)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Robert Jonsson, (Sun Feb 7, 9:31 pm)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Viktor Mastoridis, (Sun Feb 7, 11:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Music Made With Linux - a bit of Greek sunshine, Gabriel M. Beddingfield, (Mon Feb 8, 2:40 pm)