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Hip Wiggle

Composer David Luebbert    (click to list other tunes)
Copyright Copyright ©2002, David L. Luebbert
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 10/11/02; 1:09:32 PM
Msg# 2920 (top msg in thread)
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Composed this morning, 10/11/02. This is a complete arrangement, with full rhythm accompaniment (and a thought out ending). I wasn't thinking of hips and their wiggle until I invented the rhythm accompaniment after the melody was finished. The rhythm also brought to mind an accordian sound which explains the instrument eventually chosen for the main melody. I wrote the melody originally using the standard MIDI violin patch.

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