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PostPosted: 2012-09-03, 20:01    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

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Just because it can be done doesn't mean it should:

http://forums.chiffandfipple.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=89717
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PostPosted: 2012-09-03, 21:54    Post subject: Re: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

GoStrangely wrote:
Just because it can be done doesn't mean it should:

http://forums.chiffandfipple.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=89717


I've got a PVC Irish flute with a shakuhachi inspired head joint. It's very good for slow airs like amazing grace.
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PostPosted: 2012-09-03, 23:04    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

I had a listen to an audio clip on that site. Didn't sound great.

Philip Horan is a very good Irish shakuhachi player who has written a book called "Celtic Honkyoku", with some Irish pieces written in both Tozan and Kinko notation. I got it as my other half's father is Irish and I thought it'd be fun, irish pieces sound nice on shakuhachi!

Somewhat related: Someone on that page called shakuhachi "Shak". I don't know why it winds me up so much, but it really does. Am I the only one?!
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PostPosted: 2012-09-04, 09:26    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

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Somewhat related: Someone on that page called shakuhachi "Shakuhachi". I don't know why it winds me up so much, but it really does. Am I the only one?!


I remember Brian had set up an automatic substitution of some words on the "old" forum (Shakuhachi BBQ). From now it will be the same on ESS Shakuhachi Forum : "shak" and "shaku" will be automatically replaced by "shakuhachi". Feel free to tell me any other suggestion of word substitution.
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PostPosted: 2012-09-04, 11:38    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

Well done, Jean-François

Now everybody can sleep in peace! Okay
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PostPosted: 2012-09-04, 19:04    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

JF Lagrost wrote:
Jam wrote:
Somewhat related: Someone on that page called shakuhachi "Shakuhachi". I don't know why it winds me up so much, but it really does. Am I the only one?!


I remember Brian had set up an automatic substitution of some words on the "old" forum (Shakuhachi BBQ). From now it will be the same on ESS Shakuhachi Forum : "shakuhachi" and "shakuhachi" will be automatically replaced by "shakuhachi". Feel free to tell me any other suggestion of word substitution.


My hero! Cool
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PostPosted: 2012-09-04, 19:17    Post subject: Irish Shakuhachi? Reply with quote

The only problem I see is when we use "sh aku" as a measurement.
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