A small glimpse of the banjo classic fingerstyle...

00:04 Spanish Fandango (Traditional)
All paintings of H.O. Tanner
The Banjo Lesson
Sand Dunes and Sunset, Atlantic City
Abraham’s Oak

01:28 Reckless Rufus (C.R. Poutry)
All paintings of W.S. Mount
The Bone Player
The Banjo Player
The Power of Music
Bar-Room Scene

03:39 Bijou Waltz (W.M.C Stahl)
The first two images correspond to old Milwaukee.
The Old Stagecoach (E. Johnson)

04:24 Waltz (F. Carulli) Arrangement from J. Bullard
Portrait of the Italian composer Ferdinando Carulli
Two images of old banjos. I don´t know if both belong to the S.S. Stewart´s newsletter...
The Old Plantation (Anonymous)

05:41 The Marionettes Frolic (A.J. Weidt)
“Uncle Rustus” and the other puppet images from Wikipedia

07:03 Pajama Dance (F. Bradbury)
Most of paintings of P. Bruegel The Elder with the exception of two at the middle part
The Wedding Dance
The Peasant Dance
The Wedding Dance in a Barn (P. Bruegel The Younger)
The Bear Dance (W.H. Beard)
The Land of Cockaigne

08:41 Sunflower Dance (S.L. Ossman)
With the exception of “The Painter of Sunflowers” (P. Gauguin) at the end, all paintings of V. van Gogh
Sunflowers (F453)
Sunflowers (F457)
The Old Mill
Sunflowers (F452)
Sunflowers (F454)
Sunflowers (F456)
Wheatfield Under Thunderclouds

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Comment by German David Patarroyo on April 7, 2018 at 19:42

Yeah folks!!! Long time since my last post :)

Comment by carrie horgan on April 8, 2018 at 6:48

Hey German, great to see you back! A lovely start to Sunday morning listening to your playing.  An interesting selection of tunes: I had forgotten how much I like Reckless Rufus.  The waltz by Carulli is also very pretty.

Comment by German David Patarroyo on April 8, 2018 at 14:21

Hey Carrie!

Thank you so much for your comments. Indeed, Reckless Rufus is a so catchy tune and the waltz I liked since John Bullard shared on his Youtube account.

It will take a little bit (not 1 year!!) to make another video, but I have some ideas on mind. One of them I will post here

Comment by Dave Raphaelson on Thursday

German  this was awesome . I really enjoyed it.

Comment by German David Patarroyo on Friday

Thanks Dave! :)

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