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    Very nice playing, and a lovely arrangement! I love that song and might have a go at it myself!
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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    I follow most of what you post Brenda, I'm the strong silent type, wish I had half of your talent/ability.

    Sadly the old brain no longer communicates with the old fingers a quickly as I would like, as Bertrand russell once commented "old age is a bugger"
    Cheers Santa.

    Pepe Romero Tiny Tenor.
    Kala Ziricote Tenor.
    Kala Concert FMCG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill1 View Post
    Well played. Jay Unger sells a book of his tunes from his website, it has a few more tunes which are as good as Ashokan Farewell.
    I must look into that. Thanks

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    Well played Brenda. I think lots of fiddle tunes will be nice on the Ukulele. Lovely clear video and audio also.......................Just lovely!
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHollandGuitar View Post
    Well played Brenda. I think lots of fiddle tunes will be nice on the Ukulele. Lovely clear video and audio also.......................Just lovely!
    Mike
    Thank you again for making me the backing track

    Here is Mike’s version on a lap guitar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steedy View Post
    Very nice playing, and a lovely arrangement! I love that song and might have a go at it myself!

    Stephen I look forward to your version. I know it will be beautiful with some Tennessee flavour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    My first video this year and thought I would do something different. Thank you Mike Holland for letting me use your background music.

    Great playing and great backing track. It is good to see two UU members located in different continents collaborating.
    A day without playing uke is a day not well lived.

    Joseph

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    Definitely YOUR best of 2019! Heh heh! I totally support the idea of using a backing track! Very nice sound!

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    Thank you Joseph.....
    Thank you John ..

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