Genre: Jazz Style: 4-String (Tenor/Plectrum) Key: G Tuning: Tenor Standard (CGDA) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by porterchrille, updated: 1/9/2011
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Notes: Foochow's Shanghai has been my first compostion for the tenor banjo, which I have dedicated to my good Scottish banjo friend Bill Somerville from Glasgow. It should adapt an Chinese touch, in style to Chinatown, My Chinatown. This tune was published in my second music book for the tenor banjo. Chrille's Hot & Jazzy Melodies For The Tenor Banjo Vol. II deals with wonderful compositions for the tenor banjo, which present the banjo in all it's characteristics. These are the songs: St. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy), Pepper & Salt (Ralph Colicchio), Foochow's Shanghai (Christian Loos), The Savoy Rag (Pete Mandell), The Ghost Of The Banjo (Roy Smeck) & My Lady Jazz (A.J. Weidt). As a first impression of the book you can enjoy my composition Foochow's Shanghai. As always you have a piano accompaniment on CD in three different speed levels. Please visit: www.banjochrille.com Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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