Brass accompaniment was Re: Listen To Me Sing In Rokbeigalmki!
|From:||Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 16, 2003, 22:39|
--- Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...> wrote:
> 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 :) .
What level are they at?
> 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.
That's more than enough. Take a long wood tube
with a slight flare in the bore at the distal
end; hollow out a cup at the near end and lightly
rub in some wax. Voi là, instant brass
accompaniment! That's your basic didgeridu. Keep
the length down to about two feet and drill some
holes in it for a cornett. If they can steam and
bend, then cut bore and reglue a piece of wood
(or else carve an S shaped piece out of a block)
they'd have a serpent. They may finger like a
woodwind, but it's the sound production that
Percumion farfer, ec nasteros em purfelos, polim ed siramet.