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Custom Arranged 20er Keyless Music Rolls
By Ingmar Krause

First of all, sorry for the late reply; I poll the MMD messages only
every one to two weeks from another account.  Before spring of this
year I was way too busy with my actual income source to even bother
arranging anything at all, but suddenly I found myself out of work and
on top of that in a situation of a medical distress within my own
family.  To balance it all out I went back to making some new music!

One of the tunes that had their turn in this period was the requested
"City of New Orleans" which currently would be ready to ship!

I have to agree and disagree with a few things that have been said since:

- Yes, please do get your music from someone who knows how to arrange
for this particular scale;

- No, arranging from pre-existing MIDI-files is not entirely "devilish",
but is one of the best ways to go about it _if_ done by the hands of a
proper musician;

- No, music that has been refused to get arranged by others does _not_
have to be suspect; they (the refusing arrangeurs) obviously were just
not capable enough!

Please head on over to YouTube and type the search-word "VILM" and it
will show you whatever I have uploaded so far.  You will hear tunes
such as "Born to be Wild" and the "Funeral March".

Please email me for an up-to-date list of available music or simply let
me know what you are looking for.  If not by request, you will get from
me tunes that you just won't find anywhere else:

- Backstreet Boys "Larger then Life"
- "Coco Jumbo"
- "The Hustle"
- Vengaboys "Shalala lala"
- "Take Five"
- Vangelis "Bladerunner"
- Villagepeople "YMCA"
- ABBA "Dancing Queen"
- ABBA "Money, money, money"
- "Ann' Boleyn"
- Monty Python "Always look on the bright side of life"
- W.A. Mozart "Marcia a la turka"
- Falco "Amadeus"
- L.v. Beethoven "Fuer Elise"
- "Popcorn"
- Ennio Morricone "Il mio nome è Nessuno"
- "Roll out those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer"
- "Yakety Sax"
- Disney "B(e)ar(e) Necessities"
- "The Piano"
- "Heart and Soul"
- "Axel F" (Beverly Hills Cop)
- S. Joplin "Solace"

Last, but not least, in honor of the late Michael Jackson, "Heal
the World".

Aside of the aforementioned titles, I have quite a few titles which are
more down the "German" alley-way and a few titles which simply will not
work on a standard 20er keyless, but only on Concert Organs with plenty
of wind/air supply...  I will not shy away from orders of RAP music nor
Heavy Metal; I only don't do Techno (don't ask).

Given my current financial situation I am appreciating any business you
can guide down my way!

Musically yours,
Ingmar Krause - Arrangeur of modern music
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

 [ Ingmar's videos are listed at 
 [  "Name That Tune"
 [  "Funeral March"
 [ -- Robbie

(Message sent Sun 16 Aug 2009, 09:54:07 GMT, from time zone GMT-0700.)

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