T. Alan Dekker

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This is an instrumental accompaniment for choir. A bit too heavy-metal-like and overdramatic. I have earlier posted a version for kids choir, for accompaniment by Orff instruments and piano. Here are the lyrics: Christ is Risen! He rose…
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I composed and originally recorded this Easter Song in 2000 as a demo for a 5th grade chorus "The Sylvan Sounds," at Sylvan Christian School in Grand Rapids, Michigan; conducted by Ms. Jan Postma. It was to be sung along with Orff instruments…
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For Holy Week this year, a re-mix of a recording I made several years ago. I thought this Hymn, by Robert Lowry, would sound good with an African beat and Reggae style. Here is the result. -- Dean electro-acoustic guitar. -- Epiphone short…
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This is a demo recording that I made for our Muskegon-area Neighborhood Bluegrass group to practice with. It will sound a lot better after it's re-recorded with the group actually playing and singing their parts. Soon to have our own Muskegon…
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A recording by our Muskegon-area neighborhood bluegrass group. Despite its upbeat association and recent use in pharmaceutical TV advertising, this is a rather sad song; but, like most others do, we perform it in an upbeat style. Marsha Kitchka…
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This is a demo recording that I made for our Muskegon-area Neighborhood Bluegrass group to practice with. It will sound a lot better after it's re-recorded with the group actually playing and singing their parts. Soon to have our own Muskegon…
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Prophet 12 desk module and Minilogue XD somewhat ambient leaning
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Two guitar tracks slavishly sticking to A min blues with a bit of a turn-around.
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For Holy Week this year, a re-mix of a recording I made several years ago. I thought this Hymn, by Robert Lowry, would sound good with an African beat and Reggae style. Here is the result. -- Dean electro-acoustic guitar. -- Epiphone short…
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Nice work Ted! Sounds great!

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This is a demo recording that I made for our Muskegon-area Neighborhood Bluegrass group to practice with. It will sound a lot better after it's re-recorded with the group actually playing and singing their parts. Soon to have our own Muskegon…
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Guest said

Sounds good!

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A recording by our Muskegon-area neighborhood bluegrass group. Despite its upbeat association and recent use in pharmaceutical TV advertising, this is a rather sad song; but, like most others do, we perform it in an upbeat style. Marsha Kitchka…
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Nice Ted!!

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An American Folk song of uncertain origin, dating to the 19th century. A short rendition of a version that tells the story of trader who fell in love with the daughter of the Oneida Iroquois chief Shenandoah (1710-1816) who lived in the…
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Oh my gosh that was awesome Ted! Well done!

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An American Folk song of uncertain origin, dating to the 19th century. A short rendition of a version that tells the story of trader who fell in love with the daughter of the Oneida Iroquois chief Shenandoah (1710-1816) who lived in the…
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Sounds great Ted!

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Radio-electronics engineer. Amateur Radio callsign WJ8F.

from Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

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