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PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2009 3:41 pm 
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Hey all,
I am happy to announce the completion and publication of my new piano piece Pokarekare Variations.
Pokarekare is a very well known New Zealand song and I wrote the piece in honor of my 5th concert tour of NZ.
Sheet music is available, though I haven't recorded it yet, perhaps during the NZ tour Sept '09.

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If it is anything like your "polka", then I cant wait until I get to listen to it. Good luck.

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juufa72 wrote:
If it is anything like your "polka", then I cant wait until I get to listen to it. Good luck.


I didn't write any polka... wonder which piece you mean.
Thanks,
Rami

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:lol: sorry, but that is kind of funny to me.

Congratulations on your 'other' composition being published!

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pianolady wrote:
:lol: sorry, but that is kind of funny to me.

Congratulations on your 'other' composition being published!


It is funny and thank you, though was it meant to be funny or just an innocent mistake...?
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Rami

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Rami Bar-Niv wrote:
juufa72 wrote:
If it is anything like your "polka", then I cant wait until I get to listen to it. Good luck.


I didn't write any polka... wonder which piece you mean.
Thanks,
Rami


:x Sorry, I meant "rag".

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juufa72 wrote:
Rami Bar-Niv wrote:
juufa72 wrote:
If it is anything like your "polka", then I cant wait until I get to listen to it. Good luck.


I didn't write any polka... wonder which piece you mean.
Thanks,
Rami


:x Sorry, I meant "rag".


OK, thank you for the correction.
It is interesting to me that you made this "mistake" saying Polka instead of Rag.
As far as I know, I am the only one in the world who when lecturing about ragtime, points out the unavoidable similarity between the 2, which is the left hand accompaniment...

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