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The original composer was Frank Lawes from the UK. Lawes became a good friend of Fred Van Eps who produced his own arrangement of the piece. Fred's motto was...
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The original composer was Frank Lawes from the UK.
Lawes became a good friend of Fred Van Eps who produced his own arrangement of the piece. Fred's motto was "why play one note when you can play ten"!
I transcribed this from Van Eps's home recording and, as you can see, I play many of the notes but not necessarily in the in the right place. :-)
A tricky arrangement, very nicely played and sounding ever so musical. Well done Ian. Can't wait for the next one.
Hi Ian, that was a brilliant performance and it's good to see that you've shown your banjo the light of day after your recent health issues...Steve..
A delight! I don't recall hearing FVE play this one...probably just heard it too far back to remember it. Well done!!
Suit coat is looking a tad *large* for you, old man. I'd say your tailor needs to know you've lost weight!
delight is the word ; in French : un régal
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