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Let Him Go Let Him Tarry

Posted by David M


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Size: 1,815kb, uploaded 4/18/2011 6:33:24 AM
Genre: Other / Playing Style: Other

A little pub tune that I like rattling off, played in C.

10 comments on “Let Him Go Let Him Tarry”

VancePants Says:
Tuesday, April 19, 2011 @6:00:20 AM

Like this "snappy" little tune... sounds nice with a little reverberation. Nice tempo and cleanly played.

David M Says:
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 @12:00:36 AM

Thanks Ken, it's an old tune they used to sing alongside a pub piano during WWII with similar ones. I heard it on an old pub piano LP of my Dad's played by Mrs Mills. A fun loving round lady who really let the ivories have it. I bet a pub atmosphere then would have been great..!

jrawhidejr Says:
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 @6:20:45 AM

Never ever heard this one before, But I like it and will try to learn it. Well done.

David M Says:
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 @8:32:32 AM

Thanks Jimmy, that's very kind of you. I think it's a pretty tune and I played it in C not G as listed..! I'll edit it. It came out a bit muffled as well unfortunately, Seemed ok on my laptop before I downloaded it...

Be great to hear you pros playing some of my listed tunes, show me what can be done with them.. ;-)

Best wishes....David

Paul Roberts Says:
Friday, September 16, 2011 @7:17:14 AM

Besides getting a beautiful sound to your playing, you also get a very "honest" sound, which I really appreciate. Thanks for posting your playing.

David M Says:
Saturday, September 17, 2011 @10:09:22 AM

Thanks Paul, playing bare finger is great for on here with a mic but I struggle playing with anyone else acoustically.

Best regards....David

Paul Roberts Says:
Wednesday, March 7, 2012 @8:16:13 AM

Interesting, I've started doing up-picking on the cello banjo with bare fingers. In fact, I just cut the nails on my right hand I'd been keeping long for half a century, as picks. I wanted to get into softer tones so the fingernails went.

David M Says:
Thursday, March 8, 2012 @1:49:25 AM

I expect you'll miss the strings altogether now for a few days then Paul.. :-) I get a kind of semi muted sound from just flesh instead of the sharper attack of a pick or nail. I've always had short nails since I grew teeth unfortunately..

rickhayes Says:
Monday, July 30, 2012 @7:44:49 AM

A new one to me and nicely played.

David M Says:
Tuesday, July 31, 2012 @3:16:57 AM

Thanks Rick, Mrs Mills always plays upbeat tunes with a bunch of sprinkled notes thrown in, this is one of my favourites with a catchy melody I think. Best wishes......David

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