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Music for a Found Harmonium

Genre: Folk  Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)   Key: D  Tuning: Standard Open G (gDGBD)  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by davemacdon, updated: 5/18/2014
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Notes: When I heard this, just had to get it in tab form. Was given this easier version in note format and have transcribed into tab (an octave higher). Tab and notes on the sheet. My first submission to the tab collection. I hope you like and comments welcome. Dave.

2 comments

jcland Says:
Sunday, May 18, 2014 @7:08:12 AM
Dave. Can you elaborate on what looks like to me Measures 10 & 13. They don't look right to me since the notation is showing single 8th notes with no time signature change from 4/4 and no rests. The counts don't add up to me. Am I missing something? Also measure 9 only has 7 beats and no rests. ???

davemacdon Says:
Sunday, May 25, 2014 @7:16:19 AM
Joseph, I understand your/our confusion. Unfortunately the music side was copied from a print out that I have at the following address: http://www.freesheetmusic.net/music/bigfolk/MusicForAFoundHarmonium.pdf I am still studying music theory and am still getting to grips with that side of things. Since posting I have also realised how difficult it is to just bounce up to the 8th or 10th fret, and therefore when I try, I end up leaving those notes out!! I think the 1 beat at the beginning cancels out the lack of a beat on the end of part A.(measure 9)and allows there to be only one beat in measure 10. So in answer to your original question, No, sorry, I can't elaborate any further yet!!! If it is no good, and too confusing, could admin please remove it, if usable, then please enjoy!!

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