creepy instrumental for Yanky doodle?

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hey there, it’s soundsman4 here again, back to bug you all again, maniacal cackle!:) now, I just had a look for something I wondered existed, and I couldn’t find it. it’s of all things, a creepy version of the tune yanky doodle, minor key and all. I’m not looking for the whole big over the top wailing strings and all that stuff, just a plain simple instrumental of yanky doodle in a minor key, and played slowly basically. it’s just something I wondered existed, and as farr as I can see it doesn’t. if someone could direct me to somewhere I could get it for absolutely free, please tell me.

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Posted by soundsman4 (Questions: 19, Answers: 40)
Asked on 12th May 2018 8:35 pm
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Hey, hope you’re well?

No we don’t have this in the library. I could try to record it for you, but I’m pretty busy this week as I’m working on finishing up two big projects that have been hanging over me for the last few weeks. But if I get a chance this week, I will 🙂

Alan

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Posted by Alan McKinney (Questions: 2, Answers: 308)
Answered on 14th May 2018 6:55 am
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    hey. no worries at all, take your time as always. what I’m looking for is yanky doodle in a minor key, done on piano in A flat please. you can give it your own twists of course.:) some songs would sound quite interesting if you transposed them from major to minor and so on, such as kiddie tunes for example. Frere Jacques is cool when you put it in minor key, one classical artist even did it for one of his pieces, he used it as a funeral march actually. it should be a thing for horror stories where say, someone sings something in a different key, rather than say just slowly, or even played it instrumentally, it would make it creepier. for instance, if you had a story about evil clowns, or the fear of them, you could do either entry of the gladiators, or the entertainer in a minor key, if not even both.

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    Posted by soundsman4 (Questions: 19, Answers: 40)
    Answered on 14th May 2018 11:28 am
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      Say, soundsman, if you don’t mind it being on unaccompanied flute, I might even be able to record it for you.

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      Posted by BobGreenwade (Questions: 2, Answers: 3)
      Answered on 21st June 2018 11:15 pm

        hey Bob. surely, go for it buddy. maybe it could be used for say, a villain doing it to control his/her minions, or, to mind control their victims. a creepy version of yanky doodle is what we want, just in minor key and done slowly as you know.

        (soundsman4 at 27th June 2018 11:16 pm)