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Wizard In Winter

Postby antiquexray on Sun Dec 24, 2006 3:44 pm

I know this is really left-field, and not related to Mint at all, but ever since someone post a link to the TSO and Wizard In Winter, I've been curious as to who may have composed it. Any ideas? Web searches hinted at Franz Listz, but I don't think that's correct.
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Re: Wizard In Winter

Postby scorp123 on Sun Dec 24, 2006 5:41 pm

antiquexray wrote:I know this is really left-field, and not related to Mint at all, but ever since someone post a link to the TSO and Wizard In Winter, I've been curious as to who may have composed it. Any ideas? Web searches hinted at Franz Listz, but I don't think that's correct.

You mean this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmgf60CI_ks

This is awesome, LOL :lol:
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Re: Wizard In Winter

Postby antiquexray on Sun Dec 24, 2006 6:03 pm

scorp123 wrote:
antiquexray wrote:I know this is really left-field, and not related to Mint at all, but ever since someone post a link to the TSO and Wizard In Winter, I've been curious as to who may have composed it. Any ideas? Web searches hinted at Franz Listz, but I don't think that's correct.

You mean this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmgf60CI_ks

This is awesome, LOL :lol:


Yep. Looking for the composer...and it's not the TSO! They just played it.
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Re: Wizard In Winter

Postby scorp123 on Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:18 pm

antiquexray wrote:
scorp123 wrote:You mean this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmgf60CI_ks

This is awesome, LOL :lol:


Yep. Looking for the composer...and it's not the TSO! They just played it.


I found something here: http://www.anet.net/users/rima/web/wizards.html

This PDF provides some more details + the notes needed for playing (same page as above):
http://www.anet.net/users/rima/web/adob ... locked.pdf

The PDF claims that "Wizards in Winter" was written by members of the TSO, Paul O'Neill and Robert Hinkel. The last page of those music notes has a funny comment: "If your bells are not broken by now you have not played this loud enough!" -- R. Greer.

And here excerpts of a non-electric version with bells instead of the e-guitars:
http://www.anet.net/users/rima/web/mp3/ ... 0Greer.mp3


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