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Rivendell

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Hi,
It's been a while since there were videos released.
I've got a little request, can we have the videos of "vintage guitar seminar 2003" uploaded to Youtube?
(Please? Pretty please?)

P.S : I mentioned in another thread before that I found a "google video" (before youtube) version of it which is very low quality, and recently checking for it seems to have been removed.
DanSawyer

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If anybody has it, it's probably Pete Huggins.
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PaulV

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Hi guys,
I have the DVD.  Barbara gave it to my years ago. 
It's dated December 14, 2003.  California Vintage Guitar.
I'll discuss this with Leon and our webmaster and see if we can make it available on YouTube.
It's 1 hr 17 min, so I guess we'll need to break it into smaller sections...part 1, 2, 3, etc.
Did Peter Huggins videotape it?

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Rivendell

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I kinda recall it being closer to 2 hours. (maybe 1h 50mins?)
The intro was a guy (shop owner?) introducing Ted, with a backdrop of many many guitars on the wall, and the video has many Christmas-y songs IIRC.
Anyways, any unreleased video is good news.
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Hi Rivendell,
We're working on it.  
Guitar great, John Pisano does the intro. and the final words.  
Ted starts off with a very cool blues in D (guitar tuned down one step), and then goes over his hand-out "A Little Bit of Harmonization the Front-End of the 12 Days of Christmas" that he wrote the day before just for this seminar.  This page is posted in our "Arrangements" section (although it isn't a full arrangement, but various treatments on the first phrase.  
Ted also plays several Christmas songs.  It was December, and of course he's wearing a Hawaiian-type shirt. That's Ted!

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