For enthusiasts of early banjo
Here is a dark and mysterious tune that lurks toward the end of the Converse Analytical Method of 1886. It's full of varied rhythmic figures and written in p...
Thanks Ian. You played this one? There are so many pulls written into it. Still not quite sure what to make of it.
I haven't taken a run at it yet. I'll be sure to report when I do. I've currently got my hands full learning some old Metis fiddle tunes on the "modern" 5-string, for a concert next week. Great tunes, but crooked as a dog's hind leg - dropped and added beats at every turn. Playing the minstrel stuff has actually helped me in this area in that It's freed my right thumb from the tyranny of "bum-ditty" (not that there's anything wrong with that)
Great great sound, Tim. A real spooky tune!
Love the little end, love the way the light shines through the banjer skin....
Yea, minor tunes on a low fretless. It's good!
Tim, is it actually a different tuning, or just a standard tutor tuning?
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