by Frank B. Converse, from his 1887 Analytical Banjo Method. This piece is a little strange in that it's in A flat.

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Comment by Ray Jones on March 21, 2009 at 8:00
Congratulations Carl, for attempting something different. It is a very pretty piece and you ordained it with style. It was a joy to listen to. With your consent I think I shall have to induct you into my 'Hall of Fame', please send me an autographed photo. Unfortunately, there are no monitary pay outs or bonuses to this honor. Ray
Comment by Carl Anderton on March 21, 2009 at 12:41
Thank you, Ray, that's very kind. I tell ya there's been times lately that I just wanted to smash my banjo, some of these tunes are so hard to play mistake-free. Perhaps with my Hall of Fame status I'll be able to quit my day job and just sit around the house and play banjo.
Comment by Trapdoor2 on March 21, 2009 at 14:41
Lovely, Carl! I'm right there with you on the "playing mistake-free" part. Thank god for digital video, I would have wasted miles of film or worn out a tape player trying to get some of this stuff down error free. That Converse Analytical is turning out to be a great source of tunes.
Comment by marc dalmasso on March 21, 2009 at 18:54
superbe ;;bravo .Vive the new old songs

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