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This is kind of silly, really, and I was goaded into posting this.
At one of the sessions I attend, they play this tune at the end of a waltz set, just for fun.
Someone asked about doing the dog bark on an instrument (as opposed to a vocal bark!), and I came up with this. It's more of a high-pitched puppy yip sound, rather than the menacing growl of a hungry fully-grown Securitas alsatian.
Is there 'puppy' in this?
Mr Jim Arf
Cute puppy yip!
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