Posted by Mike Moss, written by Alfred D. Cammeyer
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Size: 4,538kb, uploaded 1/23/2013 5:04:04 AM
Genre: Popular / Playing Style: Classic
Another quick recording with my new mic, this time I tried to remove some of the background static with some measure of success. I have based this performance on William J Ball's, incorporating several of his slight variations and changes to the original score; I figured them out by ear but I could write them down if anyone else wants to play it like Bill. I recorded this one as it's somewhat similar to Lazy Rhythm; both, as bd on Banjohangout and Julian Egan on Classic-Banjo.ning pointed out, have a "strolling" feel to them. The Wiki sez: "Humoresque (or Humoreske) is a genre of romantic music characterized by pieces with fanciful humor in the sense of mood rather than wit. The name refers to the German term Humoreske, which was given from the 1800s (decade) onward to humorous tales."
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 @10:21:48 AM
Schweet, thank you!
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