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This is an arrangement of this fun piece of Ragtime composed by Charles L. Johnson in 1916. It is a fully fingered transcription that I have made from the re...
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I love the Fred Van Eps recording of this great piece of Ragtime (which he plays FAR too fast), so, with the help of Steve Harrison, I produced a fully fingered notated transcription score. This is now available in the MUSIC LIBRARY.
I decided to make a recording and this time my cat and my Seeburg V200 Jukebox had supporting roles :-)
It is fun to play with a few “really tricky” bits, but that may be my aged fingers ;-)
Marc Dalmasso mentioned earlier that the recording quality of his last video was not as expected from his Zoom digital recorder… well blow me down! I was dissatisfied with the sound of my recording too as it has a lot of audio “clipping” but, thanks to Marc, I see that my Zoom H2 recorder has been accidentally set to “High Gain” too!
… Thank you for spotting the problem Marc.
Yes , Rémi wanted to start the zoom , the on/off is too close from the High/low G and he involuntarily touched it and turned it " high gain "
GREAT PLAYING , Ian , as expected from a banjo player born on may / 20 ...........
i don 't own this one ; Do FVE play some " cat ' s noise " ? ? ( Harry Reser do it )
Thanks must go to Lynne for her excellent piano accompaniment, it sets off your great banjo playing...Steve,
That's a great toe-tapping number - the cat pictures really made me laugh (especially the one with 'sock headphone/ear mufflers'!)
A lot of fun on this tune and great playing as usual, Ian.
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