Posted by bevans
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Size: 906kb, uploaded 12/16/2006 3:11:23 PM
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Here's my arrangement of the French Renaissance carol that was featured in Banjo Newsletter a number of years ago. The most challenging aspect of an arrangement like this on the banjo is trying to keep two voices - the top melody and the bottom bass - clear and present at the same time. Easy for classical guitarists, hard for banjo players! Merry Christmas everyone!!
Sunday, December 17, 2006 @1:45:21 PM
Very pretty carol. What issue of BNL was it in? I'll have to buy that back issue.
Sunday, September 16, 2007 @10:44:50 PM
Thanks for sharing this with us, Bill. On the Sunday after Christmas each year, our choir takes a break and a few of us play all of the service music. This carol is one that we always play for the occasion; we being Irish harp, guitar, double bass, flute, octave mandolin and mandolin (me). You did a fine job playing it and I enjoy picking it with you!
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