Learning Dueling Banjos On Dulcimer.

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Learning Dueling Banjos On Dulcimer.

Postby wild wood flower » Wed Mar 05, 2008 2:12 am

Okay, so here is my next teaching video's, I am going to be teaching Dueling Banjos here, there are a few difrences this time, such as I broke up the teaching into 3 videos so I could spread out the teaching just a little bit more. I had many excelent sudgustions for teaching videos, but I decided to go with Dueling Banjo's because I have been sick lately and I haven't been able to make tab for any other songs yet. Hope you enjoy!

First video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGPFTRo5jmQ
Second video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVGIvtxqKlg
Third video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhVrMhaXr_I
Tab: http://bp1.blogger.com/_bcICaeYvo9I/R84 ... pNYUz.jpeg
and
http://bp1.blogger.com/_bcICaeYvo9I/R83 ... vNTUf.jpeg

I would like to thank Jeff Hames for showing the world how this song can be played on dulcimer, you can find his CD where he has this songs, and many others like it, at http://jeffhames.com/catalog/index.php? ... e204e0e1a4

Hope yall enjoy!
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Postby dingoII » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:12 am

Thank you that is very nice, something new for me to do for awhile, I have been just melody lining it, the chords sound much better.
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Postby wild wood flower » Wed Mar 05, 2008 3:25 pm

dingoII wrote:Thank you that is very nice, something new for me to do for awhile, I have been just melody lining it, the chords sound much better.

Glad you liked it!
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Postby kleona » Wed Mar 05, 2008 7:10 pm

OKAY! That is teaching! Simple, broken down in steps - and you are not only a good player, but a good teacher..

Maybe even a senior citizen novice can learn it - and I love that song!

Thanks, and keep up the good work...
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Postby wild wood flower » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:14 pm

kleona wrote:OKAY! That is teaching! Simple, broken down in steps - and you are not only a good player, but a good teacher..

Maybe even a senior citizen novice can learn it - and I love that song!

Thanks, and keep up the good work...

Thanks a lot! Glad you were able to learn from the video, and enjoyed it!
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Postby island-girl » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:16 pm

WWF!!!!
Wow nice lesson!!! Tell your parents thank you for letting us see your face. So nice to put that awseome playing with a face!!! :) You did a very good job of breaking it into bite size chunks that someone can learn, and be able to play in progressive steps in order to get the hang of it...!
Good Job :!:
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BRAVO!
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Postby wild wood flower » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:30 pm

island-girl wrote:WWF!!!!
Wow nice lesson!!! Tell your parents thank you for letting us see your face. So nice to put that awseome playing with a face!!! :) You did a very good job of breaking it into bite size chunks that someone can learn, and be able to play in progressive steps in order to get the hang of it...!
Good Job :!:
Della

BRAVO!

Thanks! Glad you were able to watch it! Thanks once again!
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Postby mrjop1975 » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:31 pm

Thank you for the lesson. I really enjoyed watching it.

One of these days I need to get brave and try to do something to post up on YouTube of my dulcimer playing as well as my autoharp playing.

Keep up the good work as always, and looking forward to more to come,
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Postby wild wood flower » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:43 pm

mrjop1975 wrote:Thank you for the lesson. I really enjoyed watching it.

One of these days I need to get brave and try to do something to post up on YouTube of my dulcimer playing as well as my autoharp playing.

Keep up the good work as always, and looking forward to more to come,

Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! It'd be great to have another dulcimer/ autoharp player up on youtube :D
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Postby modulcimer » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:09 pm

WWF ..... have not had time to watch the videos, so you might show but on your tab sheet you need to state that the song is played capoed at the 4th fret. Just thought this might help ya...
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Postby wild wood flower » Thu Mar 06, 2008 12:44 am

modulcimer wrote:WWF ..... have not had time to watch the videos, so you might show but on your tab sheet you need to state that the song is played capoed at the 4th fret. Just thought this might help ya...

Thank you for the suggestion. I will make sure to remember to tell what fret to capo at. Thanks!
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Postby Music Mountain » Thu Mar 06, 2008 1:29 pm

Thanks you very much for the lesson and the tab.
Nicely done.
I've was only able to watch the first one it was very good.
I am going to go back and watch the other ones.
Thanks for taking the time to share these with us.
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