c 'est une jolie " Polka march " composée par Herb J Ellis dans l 'esprit " école du banjo classique " , je présume ; en tous cas , c 'est réussi car le morc...

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Comment by marc dalmasso on May 16, 2012 at 14:11

Easy & beautiful , catchy et not fast ; I just discovered  this polka march by herb Ellis

I didn ‘t learned the tune , i  read ,it ‘ a easy to read & play directly ;  there are a lot of open strings , almost all in 1st position .

I think he composed this for the learners ; however , there is an intro , 1st & 2nd part , trio & coda

Enjoy this beautiful “ school of the banjo “ ‘ tune

Thanks Mr Ellis

Comment by thereallyniceman on May 16, 2012 at 20:07

That is a nice and effective little tune. Marc says that it is easy to play, so please do give it a try. I have just added the banjo and piano scores to the MUSIC LIBRARY.... so enjoy!

Thank you Marc, another winner :-)

Comment by Mike Moss on May 17, 2012 at 20:52

Excellent job Marc, Ellis had a knack for writing catchy tunes and your performance really brings out this great melody.

Comment by Alan Sims on May 18, 2012 at 12:39

nice playing Marc . lovely tune .i would like to thank Ian for putting it the library .Its a must learn for me now that i can stumble through skeleton dance

Comment by thereallyniceman on May 19, 2012 at 21:31

I would like to thank new site member Melvyn Turner who has sent me the TAB, that he has produced, for Black Bess. Now we have 1st and 2nd banjo, piano and TAB parts for this piece uploaded to the MUSIC LIBRARY, so there is no excuse for not having a go.  ;-)

Thank you again Mel!

Ian, thereallyniceman

Comment by Anthony Derycke on October 17, 2015 at 17:22

bon faut que je travaille celle la

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