"bravo_well played ; you are just missing the Fm6 chord at the end of the 2nd part ; this chord is very important for the " mood " of the tune ; and you will re find the same one in many others tunes ( Whistling Rufus ;;;;; etc…"
"Yes ; i think too the recordings with SD ' rolls like this or the 1914 >Victor ' version , FVE " the smiler " are unlistenable ;
general rule : more the sounds of the instrument are in the treble frenquency ( banjo ,…"
Thank you for taking the time to produce your LEARN TO PLAY video.
It is great that people are prepared to help others and share their efforts to promote Classic Banjo.
Everyone, please contribute to help the site in any way…"
LA MI LA MI LA,c'est ce qui est marqué sur la tombe d'un musicien qui était mort d'avoir trop mangé de pain de mie...dixit la mie l'a mis là...
J'ai pris contact avec tout ce petit monde, j'en connais déjà pas mal depuis un bail, les autres sont trés sympas.
Merci mon pote !
Hey, thanks! I like your version of the Morley too; I'll have to incorporate the octaves on the walkdown of the "D" section--sounds great. I'm doing my best to approximate William Ball's performance on that tune; have you heard it?
Hi Marc - I could not help but note that you were aware my father (Tom Barriball) played a "Clifford Essex Regal" banjo. How did you get to know my father? We, the family, have over more recent years lost an awful lot of photos and history in relation to our Father and my Brother in Leicester & I are trying to regain some of what has been lost. Anything you can tell me would be very much appreciated