For enthusiasts of early banjo
An early finger style banjo piece By Frank B. Converse, from his 1865 "New and Complete Method for the Banjo With or Without a Master" (The "green book.")
I've always liked Lilly Polka. Odd though it's hard for me to hear it as a polka.
It always sounds better to me the way you play it, which almost seems more "classical" in nature.
I think with basic oom-pah style guitar or banjo chord accompaniment the polka aspect would come right out.
I think you're right, Andy, but without the accompaniment, it gives me a different feel, and though I like polkas, I prefer Lilly Polka the way I hear it without the accompaniment that would make it more "polka-ish".
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