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One day I'll figure it out ... :-) Graham87 10:07, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

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audio-files[edit]

Hello Graham87,

I saw your name on wiki commons and there at the same time my postludium on the organ of Feuchtwangen. I am a musician and my favorite instrument is the organ. Perhaps I can give you some more audio files if you want. I like to do audio recording with my brandnew zoom H 2. Quite a lot of audio files are on my "Spielwiese" ( is it playground in english ? )

Best greetings from Germany

--Metzner 21:33, 2 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham87,

thank you for your answer. Now I am back from a weekend trip to the region of Bamberg and Coburg where my family lives and not far is the border to Thüringen, where Bach came from. I have a lot of midi and Finale files. Are you also interested to hear some of those? I can also start searching for Schübler chorals and place it on my sandbox. Well, my greetings to you from Feuchtwangen --Metzner 20:22, 4 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham87, well, I will now visit "Virtually Baroque". Do you know "crumhorn-labs" or "Hauptwerk" in German? They have sounds of historic european organs. A problem of real audio files is the copyright and the license of the music when you upload them. Do you have any ideas? Of course I can send you some of my own recordings. I am looking for some good pieces. Is that ok. ?

Best greetings from Bavaria

--Metzner 04:53, 5 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham87, let me complete: I would also like to make records with my copy of a regal from about 1600 ( original in the "Germanische Nationalmuseum Nürnberg" ) I only hope to get a "kalkant" to handle the two bellows. You can see a picture of it on the german wiki under "Regal (Musikinstrument)". I played it often in concert and it is an "earcatcher" with it´s special sound. Good night Uli

--Metzner 22:09, 5 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham, after some busy days of renovating our bathroom I´m back here again and I have placed five minutes ago KV 618 "Ave verum" on my sandbox. The choir and the orchestra come from Senftenberg (about 60km from Dresden) in Eastern Germany. They made a trip to the Romantic Road with Rothenburg and Dinkelsbuehl and performed here also the Mass G-Dur by Schubert. I´ve first chosen the "Ave verum" because of the fact that this big church (St-George´s Minster) in Dinkelsbuehl produces a lot of "Nachhall" (english?) So the homophone structure of this piece helps to get an adequate impression of the music. And I think this ensemble does a good job! Perhaps I can choose a Schubert part if not too bad with this enormous "Hall".

Best greetings from Germany

--Metzner 23:04, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham,

it is correct: the consonants are quite "weak". But I think that must be the reverberation too. I had some conversation with them and they did pronounce quite clear. Of course I got the permission of Uli Stein, the conductor (you are right: that´s the "old" problem!) and yesterday I could send a CD to Senftenberg as a souvenir. And the coughing is because it was the normal sunday service and not a concert performance. Well I will make such live recording time after time. Perhaps I can find a better place for the Handy recorder. But as the organist I must be near to the console. The regal recording is one of my next plans - let´s see when I find time to realize. Now is the time of gardening and our wheather is perfect with sunshine and mild temperatures. I guess at he moment which composer had a work with the name of Perth. Of course you know what I mean. "........ young ladies of Perth" ???

Best greetings Uli

--Metzner 05:38, 11 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham,

it is the opera "The fair maid of Perth" after a novel by Sir Walter Scott composed by George Bizet. I knew the title, but never have heard a piece of this opus. But of course it must be Perth in Scotland as it plays in the 14th century. It seems to exist a second title "St. Valentine´s day" Perhaps I get a file to get an impression of the music.

Best regards

Uli --Metzner 20:20, 12 May 2008 (UTC)


Hi Graham,

I have placed another liverecording on my sandbox: "El Noi de la Mare". It is a catalan song and I have arranged it myself. I inform you because the sound of the middle part is very similar the sound of my regal. I think the stop on the big organ was a crumhorn. Well - in the next weeks I hope to get enough time to put the parts of the regal together and find a calcant. The main parts are: the keyboard ( just ~ four octaves) with the tiny pipes and the windchest, the two bellows and two weights from lead to give the right wind pressure. I have a sort of big boardcase for tranport and often I made trips to concerts with the "fastest organ of southern Germany" as I said.

My best greetings from sunny Feuchtwangen

Uli

--Metzner 06:35, 15 May 2008 (UTC)

Horst-Wessel-Lied[edit]

Hi Graham, five minutes ago I found a Nazi-song as midi-file. what to do? Delete at once. Please check: Image:Horst Wessel Lied.MID

Best greetings Metzner 04:36, 30 May 2008 (UTC)


Hi Graham, many thanks for your quick answer. Well, for me as a German who is born after this Nazi period it was a sort of shock to see this midi-file. In Germany this melody is forbidden and censored and that´s ok and no one should change this law. Only for educational purposes it can be used. And that is the point to understand that wiki has such files. I had a brilliant history teacher and he informed us about all the cruelty of the Hitler regime and so my reaction was very emotional and it must be so. I can understand that a broad spectrum of information is necessary to show any aspect of those dictatorships. My best greetings to you from Feuchtwangen/Bavaria actually we have summer temperatures as strong Sahara winds bring air straight from North Africa to us. It is like July or August. Uli

my Burton-Spinet[edit]

Hi Graham, not yet the regal, but in the meantime on my sandbox my spinet from 1983, out of a kit from Burton Harpsichords. It is not tuned or regulated, but the sound is not bad I think and I played an improvisation in the style of the sons of J. S. Bach as we say "Vorklassik" between Baroque and Classic.

Best greetings Uli

--Metzner 15:15, 9 June 2008 (UTC)

Hi, I heard the sound of the instruments you mentioned and I was especially fascinated by the sound of the Lautenwerck. Some years ago a played a Virginal of the german cembalo maker Sassmann ( I think it is www.sassmann.de ). They build those items up to now, but they don´t have any sound examples on their site. This sound was very similar and quite "sonor" as we say, that means full of resonance but not loud. I played it on a visit of the Frankfurt Music fair and my brother was not very successfull when he told me to proceed to the other instruments. I played and came back and played again. It had/has only one 8' stop and nothing else and such a richness of the sound. That´s all for today - we have early evening and it is mild ith about 20° Celsius. Greetings Uli

--Metzner 17:33, 9 June 2008 (UTC)

Hi, today I have placed a sonata of D. Scarlatti on the sandbox and I have a question too: I don't understand the system of the categories and cannot place a media-file in a category. Perhaps you could give me an example, please.

Now the spinet is tuned and not quite bad in regulation. Yesterday I read a sentence of a harpsichordmaker: the difference to disaster is about half a millimeter. And he refers to the position of the jack in the jackrail and such very difficile things. As I plan now to renovate my other instruments I have a lot of work, but it is also a lot of fun! Well: a clavichord and a little organ are waiting - and not to forget the regal!!! Of course it depends on the Kalkant.

Best greetings Uli

--Metzner 08:42, 12 June 2008 (UTC)


Hi Graham,

thank you for the help: it works ! I will do it now regularly.

greetings

Uli

--Metzner (talk) 11:50, 12 June 2008 (UTC)

here comes the REGAL ![edit]

Hi Graham,

today I found an old walkman with cassette tape and now I can easily make digital recording with the "grandpa" walkman and the "baby" Zoom H2 ( line in- line out ). And I found a cassette of our tour in Hungary from 1989. And a liverecording with a solo of me playing this regal I mentioned so often. But is is just the first regal recording I hear myself. Enjoy it - the sound is very strident as you said. It is also a little bit delicate to play as the keys are very short and tiny. The sound comes immediately. Mind your fingers - but all historical instruments have their special character. Not to forget: of course the soundfile is on my sandbox. Good night Uli

--Metzner (talk) 23:24, 13 June 2008 (UTC)


Hi Graham ...and good morning (here in Europe)

I like this sound too, like a ensemble of crumhorns. And it is fun to play. Of course you heard the blowing of the bellows and just in the middle a slight "down" of the wind pressure as one of the two bellows must be filled again. At the beginning the "Kalkant" often tried to fill the two bellows simultaneously - but then there is no sound at all. The other sound you mentioned must be in the neighborhood of the micro - that´s live recording. Best greetings from sunny Feuchtwangen Uli

--Metzner (talk) 05:37, 14 June 2008 (UTC)

Hi, I´ve found another regal piece on the old cassette and you can hear it also on my sandbox. A special effect are the two dampers my brother and I constructed: two wooden parts with felt, they close the "schalloeffnungen" ( don´t know the word) and about in the middle of this piece I remove them and the sound comes out very clear and bright. greetings Uli

--Metzner (talk) 22:23, 14 June 2008 (UTC)


here is my fretted Clavichord, a Zuckermann-Model[edit]

Hi Graham,

how are you? Today I´ve decided to tune my clavichord ( although the "e" is already out of tune again, sorry) and make a little recording session. I choosed out the theme of KV 331/first movement, composed in Paris. I like this melody followed by variations that would cause a breakdown of half of this instrument or the fingers of the player. I hope you enjoy the sound. As usual placed on my sandbox - or better "soundbox"? greetings from sunny Feuchtwangen

Uli

--Metzner (talk) 14:47, 10 July 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham,

the sound of the instrument placed in our dining room is very soft and small. And if there is any conversation, the clavichord sound nearly disappears. That means if I want to play in the middle of the night it is no problem for people who are sleeping. The closed door is enough protection.

Modern man´s ears are often not able to hear those intimate sounds as our ancestors did. We have a lot of technical sounds which are dominating our sound scenery. But it is good to know that some people appreciate also the softer sounds. Well I like both: playing organ is using both sides. I like to play with power, but in the next minute with one single delicate stop. What is interesting for me is the nearly unlimited variety.

my best greetings from Feuchtwangen


Uli

a romantic Larghetto for organ[edit]

Hi, yesterday I found this Larghetto (now on my sandbox) from op. 53 by Moritz Brosig, a german composer of the 19th century. It sounds a bit like Mendelssohn. I´m sorry, but it occurs at this time only as a Finale-file, but I want to make a recording with the big organ in Dinkelsbuehl where I have the kind of sound I can hear in my brain already. I know this audiofile is a synthetic sound, but the quality behind is important. What do you mean? Is it a little piece of music worth to be performed? Or forget it? You have what we call "feine Ohren" = fine ears. Best greetings Uli

--Metzner (talk) 17:10, 27 July 2008 (UTC)

Good morning from Europe, you are right with the singing: that´s it what reminds me of Mendelssohn. He has written a lot of piano-"songs without words" and Brosig has the same writing. "Do you have a text already" would be the next question. Yes, it is a "chant sans paroles". Thank you.

greetings Uli

--Metzner (talk) 04:17, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

Hi Graham,

today I´ve placed my own version of the Larghetto by Brosig on my sandbox. I recorded it yesterday. I played it the first time and therefore it is not quite perfect, but sounds better than the electronic one. And a second organ piece is there: Cantilène religieuse by Theodore Dubois. I like it and perhaps I play and record it tomorrow again, but on the big organ in Dinkelsbuehl with a big variety of stops. Just enjoy it

Best greetings

Uli

--Metzner (talk) 22:45, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

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Permission for Pasculli file[edit]

Yes you have my permission! Thanks for the error report - I will fix it. And when next in Spain, maybe a bottle of Rioja together ?!

Do you play?

Best wishes

Malcolm

On 12/11/2008, xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@hotmail.com> wrote:


Oh! thank you very much! And thanks for the fast response.
1. I would like to use:
  • La Favorita by Pasculli
  • Vaughan Williams Concerto
if it is possible all!
Thank you very much!
Thanks a lot!
Best whises
xxxxxx


Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 01:02:25 +0100
From: swashplate@sky.com
To: xxxxxxxx@hotmail.com
Subject: Re: License of mp3 in your website
Dear xxxxxxx
Yes you can, and thank you for asking. Which ones do you want to use?
Best wishes
Malcolm Messiter
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Dear Mr. Messiter:
Can I use your mp3 files in Wikipedia, uploading them to commons, with the license you want?
It would be very useful for the article I have written in the spanish wikipedia: Oboe, which has achieved a featured article ranking, that means its one of the best articles wikipedia has.
Please, reply as soon as posible.
Thanks
xxxxxxx



The problem is that I tried to teach him how to send to correct permission to the OTRS systen, but I don't think he understand me. What can I do? I don't really know how this system works. OboeCrack (talk) 22:17, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

Oh, ok I didn't realise about that! sorry for the inconveniences, bye! OboeCrack (talk) 16:49, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

BWV 596[edit]

Hi Graham,

how are you? Nice to meet you in the web and thanks for the "flowers" as we say. Now I have a little problem with that. Which article do you mean? I found the flute siciliano and it is amazing for me because it has not the typical rhythm and it has a quite different character. Now I am sorry at the moment: could you please inform me what to do? Of course I will help you anyway. It is my english that makes the problem I fear. Please explain it for me. By the way: I heard that BWV 596 in a brillant piano recital by Arcadi Volodos last week as one of his 4 "Zugaben". And so I decided to make a recording because it is very beautiful, designed by two of the best composers of the baroque aera. Best greetings from Germany Uli

--Metzner (talk) 05:46, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

Hi,

I can understand your resentiments against such MIDI-files. They seem to come out of stoneage. I make a proposal that is easier I hope: as I often have problem with transferring files and similar actions: could you do that and write your description in English? Perhaps with a note, that this description will be translated ( by me !! ) shortly after - and then it might be perfect again. Is this practicable?? I hope so. By the way I am quite fine, but it seems as I would get a a cold as our weather is like a merry-go-round this year. And so I am sneezing all the time to the sound of beautiful Sicilianas. Well, could be worse. By the way: today I played a very nice ogan piece by Fernand de la Tombelle, his "Marche pontificale" on the big Rieger in Dinkelsbuehl. And after that the auditorium was no longer asleep but fresh and full of activity ;-)) my best greetings

uli

--Metzner (talk) 11:39, 26 July 2009 (UTC)


Hi Graham,

I hope it is ok.? What do you mean? Uli

--Metzner (talk) 13:34, 26 July 2009 (UTC)


Hi,

I only want to show my "micro" or better "nano" understanding of Italian:

Basta cosi? That's what the owner of a grocery always said when we wanted to pay.

Basta cosi! we replied > it was a classical conversation ;-))

It is a wonderful language, but I can understand only musical terms as : piano, con brio, andante con moto.....fine ! It sounds very harmonic

Bye

Uli

Source[edit]

I added source to Fröhlicher Landmann (that really is Beethoven's Pathétique Sonate, 2nd Movement), Nana de Brahms, Beethoven's Septet, L.Mozart-Toys Symphony, Advenct sancta et inmaculata, Pastorale Syphony, 1st Movement (that really is Pastorale Symphony), Bach-Praeludium 1 BWV 846 and Romance del Conde Olinos, so please delete the template. (Sorry if I don't speak English perfectly, I'm Spanish, but I try to speak in other idioms) Mr.Ajedrez (talk) 17:05, 11 March 2010 (UTC)

Vivaldi/Bach[edit]

Hi Graham,

nice to have some news from Perth and also to hear something in those virtual aereas. I can understand your 'Lamento' "... editing sound files makes one go mad !" That is exactly the feeling you often get and I have made this job and got somehow feeling burnt out. You mentioned the slight difference with E and D and I say I prefer the D. Bach was a practising musician and did not hesitate to adapt pieces from other composers and make them as perfect as he could. And he did with no problem! I remember that the BWV 596 autograph by Bach doesn't even use the octave d³ to d² at the beginning of the solo. And that´s only a practical reason because most of the organs of his time had a range until c³ and no d³ at all. As I whistled this funny solo version I place it only to my sandbox. It is not very artificial but you will easy get the difference. ;-)) The orchestra plays very nice. My best greetings to you and thank you for this "mad and necessary job" in music.

--Metzner (talk) 16:46, 13 April 2010 (UTC)

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greetings to you in Perth and a look to christchurch town hall after last earthquake[edit]

Hi Graham, first I hope you are quite well and my state of health is not very bad, could be a little bit better. But it is important to say ok. and that gives me a positive feeling. Last year I had a connexion to christchurch in NZ as I found out they had a Rieger organ in the town hall and it was built 1997 = the same year as the instrument I have played regularly in St. George's Minster in Dinkelsbuehl, Bavaria. The first quake last year did not cause any damage, but now it seems to be more problems- But since February they are not allowed to go in the building. Some weeks ago a private party tried to enter a church and three men were killed trying to keep out some organ parts. And so they have to wait until the experts for construction or better damage of buildings allow to go in. And now to your activities: what are your latest projects?

My best greetings from good old Europe Uli

--Metzner (talk) 22:34, 22 April 2011 (UTC)

File:Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Orchestra - 3. Andantino con variozioni.ogg[edit]

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Maurice Ravel[edit]

Hi Graham87 sorry but i don't understand why you will delete this very little excerpt of Bolero by Ravel. This excerpt has absolutely no commercial value. yours sincerely. Littlejazzman (talk) 02:54, 15 November 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for linking to that previous discussion, Graham. I've copied the link to the other two similar DRs I opened.--SarekOfVulcan (talk) 14:21, 15 November 2011 (UTC)

Wikipedia Takes the Australian War Memorial[edit]

Hi. You're invited to Wikipedia Takes the Australian War Memorial on 25 August at the Australian War Memorial. --LauraHale (talk) 00:25, 30 July 2012 (UTC)

Music of Ravel[edit]

Hi! Can you clarify what is the problem with Ravel's Miroirs? The discussion seems to have resolved with a decision to not delete Ravel's music. I'm confused. Thanks, YurB (talk) 13:21, 3 April 2014 (UTC)

Ravel's works are in the public domain. Please do not add a copyvio tag. Regards, Yann (talk) 13:25, 3 April 2014 (UTC)
Yeah, I just noticed the undeletion discussion. I'll remove the tags myself if somebody doesn't get there before me. Graham87 (talk) 13:28, 3 April 2014 (UTC)