Anthony It is a great track. I have been lucky to hear Willy A and Willy T and Jo play and the wonderful rhythm and sheer joy for the music was infectious. I should add that Anthony and Richard Butler were the first tutors that I ever had. Ian Lawther with his enthusiasm and annoying habit of playing any instrument well!! first got me to competitions . But I have been made to feel so welcome by so many people it seems unreasonable to list more . However Colin R, Pauline, Andy, Chris, The Rothbury crew and David B. thank you in this public forum. I would also like the NPS and all those who have organised, and helped me.
I have always felt privileged to have access to such generously given advice and guidance. Simon Leveaux ------Original Message------ From: Francis Wood Sender: lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu To: Anthony Robb Cc: Dartmouth NPS Subject: [NSP] Re: Old Guy Sent: Oct 24, 2009 11:35 AM Lovely, Anthony! Beautiful pace and nice gently elastic rhythm. That kind of playing contains a fine balance of movement and gravity, whether imagined or representing the actual motion of dancers. The playing of Joe Hutton. is another great example. I like the added variation to Miss Forbes. Francis On 24 Oct 2009, at 07:06, Anthony Robb wrote: > > Here's a wee snippet of Will Atkinson playing some of Madame > B.,Fiddler's Cramp and Mrs Forbes Farewell to Banff. I think we > can all > learn something from his clean controlled playing. What think you? > > http://www.robbpipes.com/WillAtkinson > > > > -- > > References > > 1. http://www.robbpipes.com/WillAtkinson > > > To get on or off this list see list information at > http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute-admin/index.html