Comment by Trapdoor2 on July 16, 2010 at 23:02
Dang, Carl, your g-g-g-father was a great player. What happend to you? ;-) There's that excellent bones player again too, I bet his g-g-g-kids still gots rhythm!
Comment by Adam on July 16, 2010 at 23:31
Glorious.

And thank you for getting some activity back on this site that isn't about raising money!
Comment by Sylvia on July 17, 2010 at 9:14
Loved it , even more authentic looking than the other one.....brilliant .
I've got the banjo, now I need the bones....... and of course the ability to play both......not I might add, all at the same time.
Comment by Jody Stecher on July 17, 2010 at 20:54
splendid!
Comment by Bob Winans on July 20, 2010 at 0:58
Carl, your technique on Darkie's Dream is impeccable, but one important aspect of your interpretation of the tune is questionable. You play the piece at the same lively tempo from beginning to end. The music, however, is what would be called "program" or "programmatic" music, meant to represent something beyond the music itself. The music marks the introductory part "Moderato" and the main part of the tune "Lively." That introductory "Moderato" part is supposed to represent the "darkie" falling asleep, while the "Lively" part is the dream itself, one presumes a dream of a dance scene appropriate to the lively music. Therefore, one should play the intro at a noticeably slower tempo than the "Lively" part, perhaps even slower than moderato. Try it that way.
Banjovially, Bob
Comment by Carl Anderton on July 20, 2010 at 3:57
That's good advice, Dr. Bob, I'll look a little closer at them eye-talian words next time I play it.

See you in a few weeks.

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