Thursday, February 4, 2010

"Noodle, Poodle, Doodle"

"Noodle, Poodle, Doodle" is the fourth installment in the "28 in Twenty-Eight" series by Robert Ian Winstin.


  1. Hi Robert,
    Great fun idea with some hard yakka (Australian for 'work') on your part. Crikey! I love "balances" and the "noodle" pieces. Tell me, from the 15th are we going to see some kind of palindrome of the previous 14 pieces? Or on the 14th might you post one for Australians 14 hours early, as we are 14 hours ahead in time? And I wonder can you get some schools to tune in on this each day?
    Love it, and the tone of your words about the works.
    Chris Sainsbury

  2. Hey, this one is a whole lotta fun! Love the 'Shave and a Haircut' touch!

    This is an inspiring exercise. Since I work with Chris S., maybe he and I should try a competition through March . . .

    anthony linden jones
    Kurrajong NSW Australia

  3. Love the cascading 4ths, what a lovely sound! I really appreciate you giving us your thoughts about the pieces, as a composer myself I like hearing what goes on in your head!

  4. Thanks to my Aussie friends and the lovely Mer - I do appreciate your comments. I really liked the toughness of this one - very hard to get done but I found it very rewarding.

  5. I've been lurking here for a few days. This might be the best piece yet. It is strong, rhythmic and full of humour.


  6. Robert,

    Well, that is one hell of a finger buster! You're right about the flying forth chords: boy you make those sound effortless! Like the piece a lot. Loads of fun. Keep up the creative note crunching. Hey, maybe include the cat, TC in your next installment. You could call it "Feline Forte Frenzy" or "TC Tickles The Old 88's" Okay, but they don't suck any more than your titles.




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