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    I had to creep from Eb key to C key and back to include that French horn solo

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    Wow! Demetrius, that was wonderful. Great arrangement, really well played. Thanks for the early Christmas present. :-)
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    Very nice tasteful and musical performance. I have always loved that tune.

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    Superb, as always, Demetrius.

    Thank you,

    John Colter

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    Lovely my friend. Very well played as always.
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    Thank you, friends! I find it one of the most beautiful melodies by The Beatles. And Happy Holidays!!!

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    Very nice, thanks
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    Hey that was amazing. Always love to hear Beatles tunes on the uke- and yours is one of the best I've heard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by etudes View Post
    Hey that was amazing. Always love to hear Beatles tunes on the uke- and yours is one of the best I've heard!
    Thank you! And btw I'm already well into next amazing Beatles tune.

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