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Re: [KWChoir] music glitch?

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  • Charles and Deborah Fassel
    I have 1.75b Noteworthy. Thanks anyway! I will try to find the CD; it sounds like a good one. The only word I really wondered about was the actual
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      I have 1.75b Noteworthy.  Thanks anyway!  I will try to find the CD; it sounds like a good one.  The only word I really wondered about was the actual 'dindirin'.  It could be dan, din or deen for the first syllable.
      The wav files sound like way too much trouble.
      Ariadne
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      Sent: Monday, April 24, 2006 12:21 AM
      Subject: Re: [KWChoir] music glitch?

      Ariadne,
       
      Would it help you if I sent the original Noteworthy file?  I have Noteworthy Composer 2 (Beta), though, so you'd have to download a copy if you're still using 1.75 as the older version won't read files from version 2.
       
      the King's Singers' "Fire-Water" CD, their pronunciation is pretty close
       
      The other possibility would be for me to try to record the words in spoken form and post them, probably as .wav files, though of course it would take time...  Do people think that would be important at this stage?
       
      Thanks for everyone's interest and enthusiasm!
       
      Arianna

      Charles and Deborah Fassel <captfaz@...> wrote:
      It is probably just my printer.  I did the few lines in Noteworthy and pasted them over, so it should be OK.
      While I am asking questions, what would be the correct pronunciation for dindirin?
      Thanks.
      Ariadne



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