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    Well done yourself!
    All power and respect to you Concert,Tenor and Baritone players, but Soprano is what does it for me every time! (And my beautiful Sopranino!)

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    Where did you find the Amelie music? I'd like to try that.

    Quote Originally Posted by EddiePlaysBass View Post
    Hi fellow uke-enthousiasts,

    Yesterday I managed to play all the way through Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head. Probably not the hardest song out there (LOL) but for me this was a minor breakthrough. I can play through easier songs and themes but this one took me a while - the switch between chords and melody etc.

    Next up is one or other arrangement of Autumn Leaves, and a Yann Thiersen tune (the Amélie Poulain theme song). It will take a while but I am motivated And no, I will not (yet) post audio or video - need to clean up my performances first!

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    What a good movie it was, too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Sheehan View Post
    Good deal, Eddie! "Raindrops" is a great and uplifting tune, too. I had the good fortune of playing/singing it just yesterday at an Alzheimer's care facility here in my home town. The folks seemed to get a kick out of it when I explained to them that this song came from the movie "Butch Cassisdy and The Sundance Kid", which I went to see on a "first date" when I was a junior in high school, and spent most of the movie trying to work up the nerve to hold my date's hand... oh, the innocent days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziret View Post
    Where did you find the Amelie music? I'd like to try that.
    Hi, it starts with this video: https://youtu.be/g4fHBtjMdgI

    French, but the music speaks for itself. I believe I wrote down the tab from the video.

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