Posted by JanetB, written by Kit & Janet Burton
- Play count: 366
Size: 732kb, uploaded 2/18/2012 2:42:08 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
Kit and I wrote this over the phone years ago. It sounds like a hornpipe. He wrote the A part and I wrote the B part. He always wondered how my part ended in a chord other than the tonic, but then the song goes back to his A part and ends right on the tonic note. Maybe my part was a bridge, not a B part. This goes to show how tabbing (or recording) something as you create it is wise. I tabbed it, but never really learned it until today, played on my Gold Tone Cripple Creek mini openback.
Sunday, February 19, 2012 @4:05:20 PM
Hmmm... guess i should say i like the "B" part better:-) Truth is ... it's a very sweet tune all 'round... played... sweetly!
Sunday, February 19, 2012 @9:24:54 PM
Thanks, Ken, you're sweet to say that. Kit is a great melody creator. I'll be glad when we record the songs he wrote in honor of his granddaughters.
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