The Ballad of Sally Ann

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  • #42582

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    Another spooky tune to help you celebrate the day!

    The Ballad of Sally Ann

    #42598
    cricket
    cricket
    Participant

    Oh that’s a good one!  I love it.  I gotta learn that one right away.  Good creepy halloween story, but it’s a great ballad for anytime.  I hear d Mark O Conner do it similar to that on youtube and always wanted to learn it.  You look so proud singing with your daughters…ya’ll sound so good together.

    #42600

    Angela
    Participant

    Yippee!! No tricks here. All treats. Happy Halloween to BGD land. Awesome family talent. Thanks!

     

    #42604

    Hakan Lindholm
    Participant

    Very good.

    #42774

    Kaeleigh
    Participant

    Very wonderful! Your daughters sang this song so well! I’ve never heard this song before!

    #66166

    Angela
    Participant

    I worked on this one for my Halloween treat. I don’t have it enough to post yet but will soon. It’s a great lesson.

    John, in the tab, I think the chord should be a minor instead of d minor. What do you think?

    #66170
    Great Scott
    Great Scott
    Moderator

    I just love a ghostly tale!  This one made me feel right at home in my new plot.

    Thank you John, Arwin and Lorien for such a great rendition and lesson!

    #66198

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    Angela, I think I’ve got it fixed… Let me know if you see anything else!

    #66201
    fiddlewood
    fiddlewood
    Participant

    This is going on the “to learn” list for sure.

    Hoping to start on it sometime next week…we’ll see how the present project goes…It’s actually a tune from BGD this time.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by fiddlewood fiddlewood.
    #66245

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    I hope to hear you play it soon!

    #66256
    cricket
    cricket
    Participant

    Sally Ann, the Ballad of Sally Ann, Sail Away, Ladies…how does anybody decide which one?

    #66332

    John Cockman
    Keymaster

    That’s why there’s a whole “Sally Ann” or “Sandy Land” family of tunes. They just keep populating!

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