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Friend of mine plays in a rock/pop duet with his wife and is learning thus song.
Asked me if I wanted to get up and play along...
May be way out of my league but if I can find the sheet music I'll give it a go.
Can any one help?
Also learning 'tell me Ma" by ShamRock but I already have the music for that (except in key of D)
I was born with nothing,
and to my surprise I still have most of it left!
No sheet music for free, but here's a YouTube tutorial series.
Vassar Clemments wrote the original "Lonesome Fiddle Blues" which can be found here if that will help you get going. CD stole it, moved it up an octave and added words. I believe there were lawyers involved before the dust settled over who exactly owned the rights to the tune.
Personally I disagree so strongly with CD's politics I will never play a song performed by his band, but to each his own...
Mary in Lebanon, Oregon http://www.thefiddleandbanjopr.....dpress.com
LOL, well, I tried! At least now I can remove it from my bookmarks! I never knew because I'm not at that level yet. But I'll get there! Another "How To" sounds really good right about now! Although, I think my jaw will hit the ground again much like the Orange Blossom vid!
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” ~Benjamin Franklin
I found free sheet music for this somewhere once. I can't find it now of course. xD
I can keep looking. Or I have it printed out somewhere and I could scan it into my computer and send it to you.
A while ago someone asked me to play that song for them... strangely it was a friend from church.. who is a licensed minister. Go figure lol
I found one on http://www.jaybuckey.com under free stuff but it's long and cant get it to fit.
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