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Re: Listen To Me Sing In Rokbeigalmki! (I Promise Your Ears Won't Bleed)

From:Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>
Date:Thursday, January 16, 2003, 22:18
On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 21:16:49 +0100 daniel andreasson
<danielandreasson@...> writes:
> Seems I'm the first to congratulate you! Very very good! And my > ears didn't bleed one bit! ;) I'm listening to them right this > minute. Nice melody and nice voice you have. Excellent! > I can imagine adding some kind of brass instrument, like a > clarinet-like thingy (I suck at instrument theory).
- Thanks! I don't know anything about music theory, but unfortunately the Rokbeigalm are at a bit too low of a technological level to have brass instruments :) . As i said (sort of) on Conculture, if there were to be any musical accompaniment it would probably have to be drums, conch-shells, animal horns, and/or wooden flutes of various kinds.
> (And the effect of having "Tii Raflep" followed by Breeders' > "Cannonball" cannot be underestimated. :)
- Breeders' "Cannonball"? I guess i'm going to have to go looking for that one now... :)
> Oh! I just remembered the Gamah hymn! That was you wasn't it? > That one was just hilarious! I can still hear it in my head. > Daniel Andreasson
- Nope, that wasn't mine... although i think i downloaded it and still have it around somewhere. If i remember correctly, it's Pablo Flores's orc/goblin(?) language. I don't think i'll ever try singing in my goblin language, Gabwe. Speaking in continuous creaky voice is hard enough, i'm not going to try singing in it :P . -Stephen (Steg) "Beornings speak with a Lithuanian accent!"


Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...>Brass accompaniment was Re: Listen To Me Sing In Rokbeigalmki!
John Cowan <jcowan@...>Listen To Me Sing In Rokbeigalmki! (I Promise Your Ears Won't