-]DES[- Player_3 wrote:this was just a crazy thought, but what if SG had a cool western theme song?
ReD NeCKersoN wrote:Spaghetti western tunes that have whistling in them were always my favorites. (Not the slow, lonely kind though.)
Corny could work I guess, but mainly I'd wish for something upbeat that reminds one of Morricone.
All depends on the range of your skills though. Maybe you could give us a small sample?
Holding the harp sideways, you put the straight part between your lips and hit the twanger with your hand. Your mouth functions as a resonator, and as you change the shape of your mouth, the sound changes. Best done into a close microphone.Redwing wrote: I also have Jew's Harp (the twangy thing in the first one). Unfortunately, I don't know how to use it.
Morricone used vocalizations, not words, so that would fit with the spaghetti western subgenre. Like the beautiful female vocalise at the end credits of Once Upon A Time in The Old West. And the male chorus Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah and chanting in Good Bad and Ugly. But the cowboy ballad (Johny Ringo) is American western from the '50s. Different subgenre.ReD NeCKersoN wrote:No singing please.