Pass me not o gentle savior

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  • #74832
    AvatarJoe
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    Lesson this would be nice. Sheet music for this version would be nice to have.

    #74833
    FrederickFrederick
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    Real nice playing and double stopping. Thanks a lot for posting this. Keep ’em coming…….

    #74838
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    I absolutely love it , Thanks very much !

    #74841
    Gunnar SalyerGunnar Salyer
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    Is this you playing? That was really good!

    #74844
    AvatarHakan Lindholm
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    Very good. I like it a lot.

    #74845
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    It’s as good as Kenny Baker !

    #74846
    AvatarJoe
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    Nope not me playing just found it on youtube. IT would make a good lesson if John has time. I would like to have the sheet music for this. On the other hand I do have a couple of Gliga violins that this guy is playing. They are nice sounding fiddles.

    #74848
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    I 2nd on this would be a great lesson , I would love to have the tablature for it !

    #74850
    FrederickFrederick
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    Kenny Baker and Blaine Sprouse fiddle it in B Flat (2 flats) and the fellow playing in the video that Joe posted is playing it in A (3 sharps). Myself, I just prefer Bb, but I guess there’s almost as many open strings either way.

    #74851
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    Fred I would like to hear this one from you !

    #74852
    FrederickFrederick
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    I’ll work on it Steve and play it here soon. I just took a few minutes and figured out a nice break for it in the key of G. I figured it would be a lot easier for a lot of the jammers on Friday nights. Better that than scare ’em off with Bb. I like playing it in Bb and at some point I’ll record it there, too.

    Stay tuned. I’m busy for a while, but I’ll get to it because it’s a fun tune.

    Have a great day. (I miss Cricket) 🙁

    #74876
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    Thanks Fred ,  guitars players can always use the capo on the third fret and play B flat in the G chord ! I’m looking forward to you playing it ! I miss Cricket too !

    #74879
    FrederickFrederick
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    Hey Steve, for me, it’s actually easier to fiddle in Bb than it is in G.

    #74883
    Steve SraderSteve Srader
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    Then Fred let them capo and play it in B flat !

    #74885
    FrederickFrederick
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    Yeah, it’s the bassist I wonder about. lol

    #74888
    Gary ArringtonGary Arrington
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    I have the sheet music for this…just not sure best way to post it.

    #74889
    rodgerrodger
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    Gary,  do you have the music for that Kenny Baker arrangement?

    #74892
    FrederickFrederick
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    Here’s the arrangement I made yesterday in the key of G. Feel free to re-arrange all you want, or make a tablature out of it. It really works out well. It’s just that it actually seems easier to play in Bb for me.

    #74931
    AvatarJoe
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    Hey thanks Mr. Fredrick

    #74932
    FrederickFrederick
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    You bet, Joe. Glad to help.

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