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Tunes to do with saying farewell
Anything to do with leaving saying good bye. Could even do Elton John's goodbye yellow brick road;)
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February 25, 2024 - 12:55 pm
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Parting Glass very short version as it rambles on generally for hours.

 

Electric fiddle lower version

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February 25, 2024 - 4:17 pm
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Love this tune. Can't wait tomhear what others submit.

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The Bumblebee Flies!

Please ignore any typos. My typing ability on a real typewriter did not transfer to these device key pads.

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@stringy - 

Beautiful playing! 

Love this tune - thanks for sharing it! 

GREAT Party idea!

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stringy

Very good, Good tune.

thanks for posting. 

Mark

Master the Frog and you have mastered the bow.

Albert Sammons

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Thanks mouse Emily and Mark;)

Emily I have put an electric one on for you, this tune was made for the leccy fiddle I think.

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great tune.. shaun daveys..high kings of course great vocal versions.   really liked yours playin' here.  nice!

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Thanks Greg, This is a great song to sing, no doubt about it, its normally sung unaccompanied,  but goes great on fiddle I think anyway, especially the leccy one, can't beat a bit of reverb, but I find if I play the leccy one too much my intonation starts to suffer, for some reason, not that it's that good anyway but it definitely affects it. Glen Hansard does a great vocal of it on yout tube.

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@stringy -

LOVE the 'leccy' version! 🤗

Yep, can't deny that the tone & reverb adds to the haunting feel of this tune!

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