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Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
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Has anyone got a recording and/or tab of the Morley's Breakdown they can share? FrankContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Trapdoor2 Apr 3.

CE Paragon Tuning Pegs
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I have slippage problems on some of the tuning machines on my CE Paragon. The reference details are: Page Patent E 1710802 (see photo). Does any CB Member know where I can have these repaired or…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by thereallyniceman Jan 23, 2015.

Rescued from Ballantine's Tutor

Some more Ballantine's stuff to enjoy. FrankContinue

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Frank Coyne replied to John McAllister's discussion Eddie Tobin
"Hi John, What a surprise, I was a pupil and a good friend of Eddie's and would very much appreciate a copy of the recording you mention. I have also mentioned your post to Eddie’s son Paul who no doubt will also be in touch. Best…"
Jun 7
Trapdoor2 replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"LOL. Something is always missing from my playing, Jody. ;-) Those overtone nuances are indeed there...but I never paid them much attention as the instrument doesn't allow them to hang in the air long enough for me to notice. In a very quiet…"
Apr 3
Jody Stecher replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Frank, right now is a very busy time for me. But even if i had time to make and post the video I don't know if the difference would survive the heavy compression that happens to sound on youtube videos. But you don't need me to find out.…"
Apr 3
Frank Coyne replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Hi Jody, Thank's for joining in and very interesting, maybe you would play and record (video) the piece both ways and post it here so we amateurs could appreciate the subtle nuances you mention. Kind regards. Frank"
Apr 3
Frank Coyne replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Hi Anthony, Many thanks for that. Please see Trapdoor2's reply above which fits the bill perfectly. Kind regards.Frank"
Apr 3
Frank Coyne replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Hi Trapdoor2, That’s great, very much appreciated. Kind Regards. Frank"
Apr 3
Jody Stecher replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"The difference is in the sound of "trio" part. When it moves into C major from G major most of the notes in that part will pop out more brilliantly when they are supported by overtones from the untouched low C string. But sure, the tune is…"
Apr 3
Trapdoor2 replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Here's TAB of "An Old Fashioned Breakdown". Let me apologize in advance for the odd look of this TAB. The program "TablEdit" has been updated since I last used it and somehow my old settings did not get saved. I'll have…"
Apr 2
Frank Coyne replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Hi Joel, Yes indeed, but this is for a 'non reading' friend. Kind regards. Frank"
Apr 2
Frank Coyne replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Hi Ian, Great, Many thanks and great to see you back in good health and all going well with the site. Best regards. Frank"
Apr 2
Joel Hooks replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"There is also the option of reading the first part of the book and working through the exercises.  Everything you would need to play that piece is taught (including his version of alternate fingering which I find a little wonky). You will only…"
Apr 2
Anthony Myatt replied to Frank Coyne's discussion Re: Morley's An Old Fashioned Breakdown
"Frank, is this the version from the Morley Tutor? If so I have a handwritten tab made about 45 years ago from the tutor. If it can be of any help I could scan it for you."
Apr 2

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At 17:49 on August 20, 2014, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome Frank,

I hope that you enjoy your time on here. Do have a good hunt around as there is a load of interesting stuff hidden away on the site.

I see that you know David Wade.. any friend of Dave is a friend of ours!!

Have fun 

Ian

ps. CE Paragon eh?  Lovely banjos!

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