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Re: [mythsoc] Re: The Starlight Circle Players' Song Challenge -- Quick addendum

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  • Walter Padgett
    ALLRIGHT! ROCK AND ROLL, LESLIE! GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR SHOW! INDIANA IS JUST A LITTLE FAR FOR ME, BUT I WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT. AS PROF. FOSTER WOULD SAY, CHEERS
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      ALLRIGHT!

      ROCK AND ROLL, LESLIE!

      GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR SHOW!

      INDIANA IS JUST A LITTLE FAR FOR ME, BUT I WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT.


      AS PROF. FOSTER WOULD SAY, "CHEERS"

      THANKS, WALTER.


      On 11/11/06, Lezlie <lezlie1@...> wrote:
      >
      > Quick addendum - you don't haveto attend to enter your song. Just send
      > a recording. happy song writing! Lezlie
      >
      > --- In mythsoc@yahoogroups.com <mythsoc%40yahoogroups.com>, lezlie1@...
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi -- Because we opened the Song Challenge to Anyone and Everyone, I'm
      > > sending this to all of you here & am asking all of you to send this to
      > > anyone you know who would enjoy this Challenge:
      > >
      > > For greater amusement, The Starlight Circle Players have challenged the
      > > singer/songwriters and musicians who will attend to re-arrange (in their
      > > own musical styles and using the original lyrics) either of the
      > following
      > > songs: "15 Men on a Deadmen's Chest" or "Drunken Sailor" (or a
      > combination
      > > of both). The songs will be performed between courses and recorded
      > on CD.
      > >
      > > Send a recording to TSCP c/o Lezlie Kinyon, 2998 Shasta Rd. Berkeley, Ca
      > > 94708 -- we'll ask you to sign a waiver & add you to the CD, "Pyrate
      > > Lunacy". People on the CD get a copy gratis, and friends & relatives can
      > > buy one through the website around Christmas.
      > >
      > > If you are in the Bay Area, you can perform your
      > interpretation/entry at the
      > > Fundraiser, "A Pyrate Winter Holiday" December 1, contact us for
      > details.
      > > There will be a prize for "Best of the Evening". If you need us to
      > record
      > > you, contact us to make arrangements.
      > >
      > > I was inspired by a CD called `The Money or the Gun', in which a lot of
      > > musicians rewrote `Stairway to Heaven,' and I thought: how really
      > fun and
      > > goofy. We've all heard the Chieftains' "Drunken Sailor" on their CD
      > 'Deep
      > > Blue Sea' and the thrasher version of "Yo Ho Ho" on the radio. The
      > > challenge is the old lyrics and melody and one's own musical style,
      > be it
      > > full-on Wagnerian aria, a Broadway show tune, country, Dylanesque folk,
      > > `60s `Haight Ashbury' rock, death metal, hip hop, tango, Bollywood, or
      > > Balkan dance music. There is a prize for the best of the evening.
      > Musicians
      > > should be sure to call us if they have questions, and let us know in
      > advance
      > > if they will use electric instruments, as we'll need to accommodate
      > for them
      > > in the recording process.
      > >
      > > BB! Lezlie
      > >
      > > --
      > > __________________________________________________________
      > > Systems Approaches in Arts-Informed Inquiry
      > > Exploratory Group Chairs: Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D & Bela A. Banathy Ph.D.
      > > isss06lezlie@...
      > > babanathy@...
      > > http://www.isss.org/conferences/tokyo2007/
      > > Planning is now underway for the 51st Annual Meeting of the ISSS, August
      > > 5-10, 2007, at Tokyo Institute of Technology.
      > > Kyoichi Kijima, ISSS President, 2006-2007
      > >
      >
      >
      >


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