Tango composé par un Anglais , Mr Bernard Sheaff à l 'époque glorieuse et pré war du banjo classique ; Joué par Edouard & Marc Dalmasso ; février 2012

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Comment by Mike Moss on February 18, 2012 at 11:29

I never heard this one before... what an excellent solo, you don't often hear tangos played in Classic Banjo

Comment by Alan Sims on February 18, 2012 at 12:04

its a wonderfull tune .ive heard this tune many times as a child my mother used to dance to this one keep them coming .

Comment by Trapdoor2 on February 18, 2012 at 15:28

Yes! Wonderful tune, well played. This is one Marc played solo some time ago and I have been practicing it ever since. I really enjoy hearing the piano in this.

Marc, any way you could get your father to record just the piano part so that I (we) may play along?

Tangos: I have been complaining for some time that they are rare in the CB repretoire. A bare three or four is all I've ever been able to scare up. As popular as Tangos and Maxxies were at the turn of the century, one would think there would be scads of them...and I love 'em.

Comment by marc dalmasso on February 18, 2012 at 20:32

Merci ; for the kind comments ; i have added the midi piano  ( piano seul ) in the blog of the same name ; I will send asap the piano ' arrangment to Ian & pretty soon , you will have it via the regular

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