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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [GT2003] Call For Music Proposals
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2003 14:47:25 GMT

On Monday, Aug 4, 2003, at 15:41 Europe/Rome, Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

> CFMP - don't you *love* new acronyms?
>
> I have a theory that music playing requires a similar kind of brain 
> than computer programming - lots of chaos mixed with some amount of 
> math are required for both ;-)
>
> After talking with the Belgian wing of the GetTogether team, it sounds 
> like a jam session or some other forms of live music might be possible 
> at the GetTogether 2003. Just turn off these silly PowerPoint sound 
> effects so that the Cocoon Live Groove Academy can make some noise in 
> between slides ;-)
>
> Equipment availability is unsure yet but looks possible, so that even 
> the ones among us who play big heavy loud instruments would be able to 
> perform.
>
> In order to find out what's possible, could those interested reply to 
> this message, indicating what instrument(s) you play, what styles and 
> how comfortable your are about playing unrehearsed with people that 
> you didn't know five minutes ago.
>
> This will allow the GetTogether team to decide what to do when.

+1, but only if David presents his view on how Bach fuges are similar 
to Cocoon pipelines.

Ah, I volunteer for jam sessions. I play piano, guitar, drums and 
timpani... although I don't think there will be timpanis there ;-)

--
Stefano.


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