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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Milliner Koken question *****


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TuneWeaver - Posted - 11/20/2020:  15:21:45


A lot of the tunes in the Milliner-Koken volume have a * next to the tune name.. I"ve looked and looked in the Forward and can't find what that * indicates... Seems that I knew at one time, but DANG, it seems to have eluded me.. I can't find that info again.. Silly me.. So.. Those of you who have the Milliner Koken book.. What does it mean??

Mobob - Posted - 11/20/2020:  16:00:11


see page v of the introduction, means a crooked tune, irregular measures, etc.

TuneWeaver - Posted - 11/20/2020:  16:07:56


quote:

Originally posted by Mobob

see page v of the introduction, means a crooked tune, irregular measures, etc.






Thanks.. I knew I'd seen it before ... That is all the info I needed... Workin' on Garfield's Blackberry Blossom..



 

RobBob - Posted - 11/21/2020:  04:59:27


Now that's a great tune!

bsed - Posted - 11/28/2020:  18:44:22


quote:

Originally posted by TuneWeaver

quote:

Originally posted by Mobob

see page v of the introduction, means a crooked tune, irregular measures, etc.






Thanks.. I knew I'd seen it before ... That is all the info I needed... Workin' on Garfield's Blackberry Blossom..



 






I play that one. GREAT tune! I learned it from (I can't think of his name, but he was a good friend of Buddy Thomas).

bsed - Posted - 11/28/2020:  18:49:34


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