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New member Kitchen piper

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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 14 Sep 03 - 07:58 PM

Sigh - Noreen! GHB = Great Highland Bagpipe but I prefer your idea of calling them Great Hairy Buggers!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Noreen
Date: 14 Sep 03 - 05:21 PM

GHB?
Great Hairy Buggers?
Gooseberry& Ham Butties?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 14 Sep 03 - 10:53 AM

I also play smallpipes in A and D and Border Pipes in A. I own a set of GHB, but don't play them.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 14 Sep 03 - 08:53 AM

Barry T

I paly small pipes in A and D and Border Pipes in A I have also been known to play the GHB in what ever key they are in!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Barry T
Date: 13 Sep 03 - 02:39 PM

KP> Are there many pipers here on mudcat?
KP> What do you guys all play?

Hi and welcome, Kitchen Piper! I [ photo ] play GHB and mouthblown smallpipes, but I've retired from the competition band scene to focus on the smallpipes lately. I also play guitar, and love to jam with smallpipers.

I have an interest in creating notation files of tunes and sets to accompany smallpipes in the key of D, with chords for the guitarist, melody line for fiddle, etc.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 10:32 PM

I'm sorry but clash of the pipers will never happen... us piper chaps and chappesses are just too laid back and cool for that kind of thing! Now competition that's different! That's where our killer instinct comes out ..... but only if we can be bothered that is and most of us non GHBP lot are fairly non competative bunch so don't hold ye breath waiting for any fir to fly here!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: oombanjo
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 03:46 PM

Check back in your welcomes to Giok. And I repeat I never met the lady.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 03:15 PM

Er, well I thought it was just friendly banter!
I'd rather just have a bit of a play than actually a clash of the pipers, but there you go.
Myself, smallpiper and happyguitar are at Otley.
Everyone else is welcome! Let's play!
And thanks for your wonderful words Oombanjo, nice to meet you too!
Who's Dinah?
:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: oombanjo
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 02:39 PM

Sorry 4 using your Sunday name Jim.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: oombanjo
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 02:37 PM

If FAT B------ & OLD GIT.have sorted out the challanges???
is it possible that we may see the clash of the pipers in the SUN one day.???? and it was'nt me in the kitchen with Dinah, I swear I dont know the lady. Welcome OOmbanjo.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 09:16 AM

Use the LBPS session book Vix - erm didn't you have somthing to do with producing it?

I'll bring that thar CD to Otley for you (it really is poo mind)


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 07:58 AM

lol
I just re-read my post and it should have read, I really am crap at sessions so it'd do me good!
lol
:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 05:31 AM

Your on girlie! When you free?

Will talk to you about it at Otley


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 12 Sep 03 - 05:03 AM

This sounds like a challenge to me!
I've been talking to a programmer here at the lab and we're on the case!
In the meantime though, What I'd like to produce is a session tune learning tool, somewhat like the radio 2 virtual session, the difference being, er I'd like you guys to send me tunes from your sessions, I'll put them together into a flash document and put it on some of my webspace. It'd be great to showcase some of our stuff!. I think it should be piper orientated.
So if you guys have a session and can put a tune or two to minidisk, I'll do the rest. It'd give me a good excuse to try to visit one or two as well. (I'm really not crap at sessions, so it'd do me good!)

First session in Hull? Let's book a date!!!!!

:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 10 Sep 03 - 08:32 AM

but she has the technology to speed up and slow stuff down thereby altering the pitch of the individual instruments. Don't know if she can do anything about the bum notes that I will produce though!

Hows the wee un?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: weepiper
Date: 10 Sep 03 - 07:57 AM

.......I'm getting a horrible vision of ten pipers all slightly out of tune with each other.....if it were'nt for that this would be pretty cool...


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 08 Sep 03 - 01:25 PM

Good idea vix tape ok?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 08 Sep 03 - 12:08 PM

Hi!

Ok, I've been thinking about this session long and hard.
My first thought is that every person records their tune and e-mails it to me.
I stich it together, maybe 3 times through each tune and 3 tunes per set.
I create a webpage with the audio track on it and also the dots that people can play along to.

While we're trying this for size I am investigating other more flashy possibilites.

To give you an ideam has anyone been to the radio 2 online session?
It's wild;

Click here to visit the site! You need a recent version of flash but it's worth it.

What I think would be nice would be to develop a tool that would mean we could layer our very own online session. I need to bang my head against a wall for a while, but it might just be possible! Let's start simple and see what we get!

:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Herma
Date: 06 Sep 03 - 07:23 AM

Hi Vicki,

Welcome aboard from me as well!
Really enjoyed your music at Bridgnorth and Fylde !
Saw Nick before when he was playing our folkclub (solo), but really like the way you all sound together!
Back home (Holland) now, hope to see you all again before long!

Herma


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Pied Piper
Date: 06 Sep 03 - 06:45 AM

Hi Vicki and welcome.
A Manchester Piper's get together sounds like a great idea, but we have moved the Monday night Session from the Bull's Head to the Pot of Beer. It is located on New Mount St just of Rochdale Road between the Beer House and the Marble Arch. The pub has 4 real ales (changing regularly) and a couple of scrumpies (dangerous) all well kept.
We play a lot of the Smallpipe stuff because Adrian Scofield is a regular.
As you probably know we have the same session (well you know what I mean) in the Castle, Oldham ST on Fridays.

PP


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 05:34 PM

PS Sophie; coochie choochie cooo


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 05:33 PM

Welcome Weepiper's Sophie!

Weepiper she can play both but (I predict) will choose the pipes as her first instrument.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Eric the Viking
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 01:43 PM

Welcome. Saw you at Fylde-very impressed with all of you. If you are half mad, you'll be fine here. Completely mad, you'll be right at home. I like the way you name sets of tunes, perhaps there'll be one such as;"Oh dam, the pc's crashed again" or something. Have fun.

Cheers

Eric


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: weepiper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 12:37 PM

thanks chaps.....

I had a girl, Sophie - 7lbs 9 and a half oz. And she has nice long fingers so will obviously be a piper when she grows up, although her dad is trying to sabotage this by playing the fiddle to her....

The birth was pretty hard but we are both ok now, although I dare say it'll be a while before I feel up to blowing the big pipes :O


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 12:22 PM

Hey Weepiper! So come on what variety was it? I've got my border monsters at last (well since last we spoke) Vix says they are easier to play than hers but I tell you they are bloody unforgiving ... but when I get it right wow!

erm about this virtual session vix you're as mad as a chip but that fits in well with the rest of us ... so how's it going to work?

Father John MacMillan is a good starter what about the Home wrecker to follow?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Morticia
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 12:20 PM

Congratulations Weepiper......what flavour child did you have?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: weepiper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 12:10 PM

Hi and welcome Kitchen Piper (that's a great tune by the way)

I play Scottish smallpipes, border pipes and GHB, although I've just had an enforced 3 month break from all piping due to having had a baby 3 weeks ago (even the bellows wouldn't fit with the bump!). Picked up my border pipes again for the first time today - oh it's great to be able to play again :) yaaay the pipes!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Morticia
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 09:43 AM

You probably are loopy,Vix but as that is an esential requirement here, no matter. How do you visualise this virtual session working then?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 09:34 AM

I have no idea why it's now BS! Ho hum!

ok, I'm kicking the kitchen session off with er, um, ok
"John Macmillan of Barra"
(I found the dots yesterday, cracking tune)
I'd love to find some way of actually having this virtual session. There has to be a way. If you guys can record the tunes you suggest and mail them to me, I can stitch it together maybe. I have no problems hosting it!
Anyone up for it? Or am I just loopy?
lol
:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Peter K (Fionn)
Date: 05 Sep 03 - 09:00 AM

Why has this thread been relegated to the bottom half? Or "below the salt"?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: John Routledge
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 07:26 PM

Welcome from an NSP player who is just slightly below your standard - not :0)

Thanks for wonderful Adrian photo Noreen. Those who do not know him may or may not be surprised to learn that he is a wonderful wonderful player of the Northumbrian Small pipes - generally in a traditional way.

Adrian also plays at Peveril of the Peak session just off Oxford Street in central Manchester on Tuesdays.

Looking forward to hearing you play KP


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Gareth
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 07:13 PM

Welcome - Remember sanity is optional.

Gareth


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Nemesis
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 01:51 PM

Welcome Kitchen piper :)

See you at the Willows in Arundel on Wednesday then !!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Noreen
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 01:43 PM

Well, Pied Piper is a member here but I don't have his photo. I do however have a photo of the wondrous Adrian Schofield (click) who has been known to play with PP at the Bulls Head session in Manchester, which smallpiper has been threatening to visit.

Perhaps we could get a massed piping session going, Vicki, with Northumbrian pipers too such as mudcatters 8pints and John Routledge?

:0)


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 01:10 PM

Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah
Someone's in the kitchen I know
Someones in the kitchen with Dinah
Playing the old banjo.

I love the "Cauld wynd Pipes"

Giok


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 12:34 PM

Hi!
No I wasn't scared, something came up at home and I hit the quit button. I did catch a flash though asking what sort of pipes I play, I think! I would have liked to have gone back in again, but had no time to come back again.
I'll ba back in again!
lol
:-))


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Morticia
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 12:12 PM

Hi KP, I saw you briefly in chat last night where you flashed in and flashed out again....I hope we didn't scare you?


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Tig
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 06:33 AM

Welcome to the Mudhouse Kitchen Piper - glad to have you along.

If you have survived Chat and are still here you must belong.

Love'n'hugs,
Tig xx


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 05:29 AM

There are a fair few of us Kitchen playing alsorts of pipes


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Mr Happy
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 05:00 AM

knock 3 times on the ceiling if you want me, 336600 twice on the pipes if the answer is no,

welcome kp!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 04 Sep 03 - 04:34 AM

Hello!
Are there many pipers here on mudcat?
What do you guys all play?
If I got my pipes out, would you guys join me in a virtual session?

:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 03 Sep 03 - 10:22 PM

writing size=really BIG- And colour =green=
HELOO.john


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: rainbow_girl
Date: 03 Sep 03 - 06:30 PM

welcome to this mad site!!


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: John MacKenzie
Date: 03 Sep 03 - 12:54 PM

Yep welcome to the nuthouse KP
Giok


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: smallpiper
Date: 03 Sep 03 - 12:12 PM

Oh lads and lasses if saying hello makes her blush lets do it in style!


Hello Kitchen Piper!

I'm sure someone (coffcoff Noreen) could do even better


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: kitchen piper
Date: 03 Sep 03 - 11:41 AM

Hello!!!!!!
I just found this thread!!!
>blushes<
Thank you for all your wonderful welcomes!!!
I feel at home here already!

:-))
Vix


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 02 Sep 03 - 08:11 PM

heloo.

jOhn


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 02 Sep 03 - 07:58 PM

Good band.


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Alba
Date: 02 Sep 03 - 07:56 PM

Hi there Vicki. Good to meet you and as a Scot abroad, what can I say...but the Pipes are without a doubt the one instrument that brings a tear to my eye...in a good, makes me think of Home kind of way:>)
May you meet and make many new Friends on the Cat. It's a great place:>)
Slainte
JD


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Subject: RE: New member Kitchen piper
From: Noreen
Date: 02 Sep 03 - 07:44 PM

Yep- have a look at serious kitchen
(in case she's too shy to blow her own trumpet... or something...)


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