Hiawatha: a summer idyll by Neil Moret (arr for banjo by Arthur Stanley) This is recorded live with authentic mistakes - that trio section is giving me kitte...

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Comment by Richard William Ineson on April 6, 2020 at 13:09

Well played Carrie, a hard tune to play, the very rapid shifts in the trio fool everybody. You did well, it's a really good tune.

Comment by Paul Draper on April 6, 2020 at 15:06

Sounds great! 

Comment by carrie horgan on April 6, 2020 at 15:47

Thank you, chaps.  Yes, the trio is a challenge for me.  It's a fun tune and worth the effort.  

 

Comment by Trapdoor2 on April 6, 2020 at 16:24

Well done! That's a lot of jumping around in the trio...

Can you share the arrangement? I have one by Charlie Rogers and another simply attributed to Vess Ossman...and a 2nd banjo part via Sgallari (CE pub).

Comment by carrie horgan on April 6, 2020 at 16:55
Comment by Trapdoor2 on April 6, 2020 at 18:35

LOL. No wonder you find it difficult...its upside down! ;-)

Thank you, Carrie. I'll give it a compare to the other versions I have.

Comment by Trapdoor2 on April 6, 2020 at 19:05

Here are the other two versions, just in case Ian wants to put them all in the library:

The "Dallas Artistic Banjoist" version is 3 pages. Differs mostly in the choice of enharmonic notes and as it is 3 pages, it eliminates the jumps and repeats of the 2 page versions. There are some 2-note stacks where Stanley chose to run a single melodic line. Position marks are scant (non-existent after the introduction).

The Charlie Rogers arrangement features some slides in the beginning, no harmonics. It appears to be a more modern publication as it is full of position markings, fingerings, string assignments, etc. Dynamic markings are different from the Stanley version (the Dallas version is nearly bereft of dynamics).

Hiawatha%20Dallas.pdf

Hiawatha%20Charlie%20Rogers.pdf

Hiawatha%20%28Second%29%20Sgallari.pdf 

Comment by Jody Stecher on April 7, 2020 at 1:01

Or maybe the page was right side up and she's playing it upside down.  That's quite a serious skill.

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