Tune Theoretical Chemistry 13289

Composed by
Patti Cobb
Published in
Notes

Tune for "Kristi's Conundrum.

Patti says about her tune that Kristi got her Ph.D, in theoretical chemistry (whatever that is) it seemed like a great name for a tune. The dotted eighth-sixteenth notes may be evened out if not being played for a Scottish dance.

The recording also uses the tune Sphere of Ink by James MacQueen of which he says: Imagine a floating globule of black ink as if drawn from an old-fashioned inkwell, magnified in mid-air.

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