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Obituary: Daisy's Electronic Bicycle built for two by HAL

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/jun/16/max-mathews-obituary?INTCMP=SRCH

 

 

This is the version for transposed baritone[Ref Crabb Nebula, double-reeded via Queeg/ Red Dwarf] presumably as the bellows oxygen ran out

 

 

Leo!!!!

Can't find no Daisy tina version out there ( can only play on high rightside of Anglo so no dying notes at bottom left on C row available) but a melodeon in C...

 

 

Perhaps this should be in learning & instruction for the brain implantation of notes for easier learning by ear and a "stylized left hand:. :D

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Leo!!!!

Can't find no Daisy tina version out there ( can only play on high rightside of Anglo so no dying notes at bottom left on C row available) but a melodeon in C...

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Hi Kautilaya

 

There are two versions that sound o.k. Not a concertina, but at least they're free reed instruments.

 

There is one of my favorite Ango concertina players sometimes associated with this guitar player, but he's noticably missing in this one. I'd check back on this channel. It might just show up one of these days. (I like the guitar player too.) You never know what will show up on the internet.

 

I can't get this to play, and I don't know if it's the right version. I don't know if it's because I'm in the US, or it's just my computer, but it promises a concertina played by Scan Tester.

http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=025M-C0903X0169XX-0700V0.xml

 

If I were down under in Australia, I might ask the library if track 17 is the correct version.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an6288693

 

That's about the best I can do on short notice. :D

 

Thanks

Leo

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Leo!!!!

Can't find no Daisy tina version out there ( can only play on high rightside of Anglo so no dying notes at bottom left on C row available) but a melodeon in C...

..............

Hi Kautilaya

 

There are two versions that sound o.k. Not a concertina, but at least they're free reed instruments.

 

There is one of my favorite Ango concertina players sometimes associated with this guitar player, but he's noticably missing in this one. I'd check back on this channel. It might just show up one of these days. (I like the guitar player too.) You never know what will show up on the internet.

 

I can't get this to play, and I don't know if it's the right version. I don't know if it's because I'm in the US, or it's just my computer, but it promises a concertina played by Scan Tester.

http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=025M-C0903X0169XX-0700V0.xml

 

If I were down under in Australia, I might ask the library if track 17 is the correct version.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.cs-ma-an6288693

 

That's about the best I can do on short notice. :D

 

Thanks

Leo

luvvlyjubbly.tks

ps :because I'm in the US, or it's just my computer" Could it ve being blocked by a black monolith in space :o :o

The BL worked here but aint got Daisy on it - I find sometimes the cataloguing is not always what it should be! I'll put an error slip thru next time I am in the Music Reading Room.

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luvvlyjubbly.tks

ps :because I'm in the US, or it's just my computer" Could it ve being blocked by a black monolith in space :o :o

The BL worked here but aint got Daisy on it - I find sometimes the cataloguing is not always what it should be! I'll put an error slip thru next time I am in the Music Reading Room.

It could also be the "other version" of a totally different tune with the same name I came across:

http://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.thesession.org/tunes/display/6954.no-ext/0000

 

Thanks for checking

Leo

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I can't get this to play, and I don't know if it's the right version. I don't know if it's because I'm in the US, or it's just my computer, but it promises a concertina played by Scan Tester.

http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=025M-C0903X0169XX-0700V0.xml

The BL worked here but aint got Daisy on it - I find sometimes the cataloguing is not always what it should be! I'll put an error slip thru next time I am in the Music Reading Room.
It could also be the "other version" of a totally different tune with the same name I came across:

http://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.thesession.org/tunes/display/6954.no-ext/0000

No, it's not a different version of "Daisy Bell". The recorded music begins with the melody to the verse part of "Jingle Bells", then goes into something I don't recognize (but I don't know "Dickie Bird"), and as far as I can tell, that's it... except for a bit of talking. No "After the Ball", nor any other third tune. And no concertina that I can hear.

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No, but if you look down in the column on the right hand side, there's a list of links of things "Related to this". One of them says "Daisy bell / Dickie bird / After the ball", and the next one says "Jingle bells / Heel and toe polka". (So I bet the other one we're hearing there is the Heel and Toe Polka, eh?)

 

If you click on "Daisy bell /" etc. it will load the right file, and you'll be off and running.

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No, but if you look down in the column on the right hand side, there's a list of links of things "Related to this". One of them says "Daisy bell / Dickie bird / After the ball", and the next one says "Jingle bells / Heel and toe polka". (So I bet the other one we're hearing there is the Heel and Toe Polka, eh?)

 

If you click on "Daisy bell /" etc. it will load the right file, and you'll be off and running.

ie this one http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=025M-C0903X0169XX-0600V0.xml

 

You're right "12345" - Heel and Toe Polka. Note the tune is played only in two parts. Here without much talking. http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=025M-C0903X0169XX-0800V0.xml

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No, but if you look down in the column on the right hand side, there's a list of links of things "Related to this". One of them says "Daisy bell / Dickie bird / After the ball", and the next one says "Jingle bells / Heel and toe polka". (So I bet the other one we're hearing there is the Heel and Toe Polka, eh?)

 

If you click on "Daisy bell /" etc. it will load the right file, and you'll be off and running.

 

Found it !

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