Genre: Bluegrass Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs) Key: G Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by corcoran, updated: 10/3/2017
Notes: I wrote Sawmill River Parkway in the mid-1970s while living in Vancouver BC and playing with the band Silver Spring. SRP is the name of a highway in New York State, and it was mentioned in the Nero Wolfe mysteries written by the great Rex Stout, a series I still read avidly. You may find, as I do, that the descending double stops that constitute the B part of the first break are useful in backup. A recording of SRP from a practice tape is available on the media tab of my BHO webpage.
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