Posted by wilford on Monday, September 24, 2012
Well, now that I've finally determined what method to use to format the book, it's coming along very nicely. Instead of cluttering it all up with tablature and extra notes above the tab to detail what notes are in the tab and the music staff above, I've decided to simply place the actual music notes on a staff and let it go at that.
Today, I finished "Earl's Breakdown", "Shucking The Corn" and "Sally Johnson". These are great breaks for Bluegrass fiddlers to learn as they will surely be called on at one time or another to play them. I've also completed "Ground Speed" and "Red Wing" and several others, too.
It's fun and keeps me out of trouble. lol.
Monday, September 24, 2012 @1:51:56 PM
let me know when you finish your frist book i have seen books with tab written on the bottom of the notes on top i don,t read notes very good i,m a lot better at TAB. in the case of notes i will have to rewrite them in tab looking up every note why i don,t remember how to read notes its very flus --- strateing for me i can read timeing but can i play in time some times not all ways that stroke i had has really massed me up but i keep trying
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 @3:03:59 AM
Finishing the book is a long way out, Rich. But when I do actually wrap the project up, I'll let you know.
Have a great day and Best Wishes to you.
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'Gum Tree Canoe' 4 hrs
'Charles Horner Fiddle' 10 hrs
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