Posted by BrokenBowHair
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Size: 4,390kb, uploaded 7/10/2007 10:32:24 AM
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As requested by banjofrailer. Band version with vocals of the tune in G. I originally learned it in D, but had to relearn it in G for our banjo player. We do this as more of a vocal and banjo feature, so my fiddle on this is mostly just along for the ride. Recorded Dec '05.
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 @2:28:32 PM
You ever hear of a soprano fiddle? It is more commonly known as a soprano violin, and it is a member of the New Violin Family of eight differently sized fiddles. It is tuned a fourth higher than a regular fiddle, i.e., an octave higher than a faddle (viola). You could have played this with your G fingerings on a soprano fiddle. Go to http://www.newviolinfamily.org/ to learn about it and its siblings and find how to order one made for you.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 @5:24:39 PM
I meant to write "... with your D fingerings ..."
Saturday, January 12, 2008 @5:15:30 PM
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