musical conundrum

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That's all I got, I'm afraid... :sad:
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Julie Andrews would be proud of you, Claude!
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Is that a tonic so-fa?
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In the end, you have to re-do it...
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HansV wrote:In the end, you have to re-do it...
Makes sense, but I haven't been able to convincingly argue for it with myself, since reading your solution Hans. :shrug:

Edit: Can't find anything against the line and can see how you got to it, I think that's very acceptable. Should know in a day or so as it is third/fourth party puzzle passed on.
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Claude wrote:Makes sense, but I haven't been able to convincingly argue for it with myself, since reading your solution Hans. :shrug:
Relax Claude, when you know the notes to sing, you can sing most anything.
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The closest I have ever come to singing was a decade or so ago when I was signing cheques.
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Do, re, mi, fa, so-fa, la, ti, do! (It throws the rhythm out a bit!) :hairout:

Do, re, mi, fa, so, la, cappuccino, do! (It throws the rhythm out a bit too!) :groan:

Just admit it....none of you guys are even the slightest musically inclined!!
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Hold it a minute! The first one had the octave backwards:

Do, ti, la, sofa, mi, re, do

and Alan had

Do, re, mi, fa, so, latte, do
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Either way; whoever has to play these complex compositions will need the sofa and a latte afterwards.
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sofar there has been too much chitter chatter around here, I expect a full report on my desk first thing in the morning, good night all ! :evilgrin:
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La mi do so.
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Tintin!!!
My favourite comics!!!
I had the entire collection at one time in my childhood past!

And this is for Claude -- > Dee dah rah dee dum... :music:
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HansV wrote:Hold it a minute! The first one had the octave backwards:

Do, ti, la, sofa, mi, re, do

and Alan had

Do, re, mi, fa, so, latte, do
I had to find an ascending scale, coz I couldn't find any images of a ti-la!

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