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20er Arrangement of "Over The Waves"
By Gordie Davidson

Great to read a discussion thread reference 20-note arrangements.
Harald Mueller's recent reply says it all; reference how he accepts
the challenge to makes things work.

Melvyn Wright's arrangement of "Over The Waves" is superbly done.
All of Melvyn's arrangements (20er & 31er) are available on CDs from
Hal O'Rourke at http://raffinorgans.com/ .  These CDs allow one to
determine which tunes they really want based on the title and hearing
the arrangement.

As a classic organ tune, I play "Over The Waves" at least once weekly
at the Kansas City Union Station; everyone loves it for the main theme.
Those interested with broadband hook-ups can view and hear more 20er
arrangements on my demo page at http://monkeyorgan.com/ .

Enuff said -- get out and make some music!

Gordie Davidson
Lansing, Kansas


(Message sent Fri 15 Nov 2002, 12:10:55 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

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