Drunken Landlady, the

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  • Tune Name: Drunken Landlady, the

  • Tune Type: 2/4 Hornpipe

  • Composed By: Traditional

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arundonax
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Drunken Landlady, the

Post by arundonax » Sat Feb 03, 2007 11:19 am

Here she is

No F or C sharps on staff, though appropriate midi notes selecting in configuration screen

Cheers
Ian
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kpiper1993
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Post by kpiper1993 » Tue Mar 20, 2007 4:01 pm

Hey, great tune! I love it, but how do you play those funny notes (in the 7th bar of each part).
Keep it up, Kpiper1993 :D

Drum Sgt & Piper
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Post by Drum Sgt & Piper » Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:08 am

kpiper1993 wrote:Hey, great tune! I love it, but how do you play those funny notes (in the 7th bar of each part).
Keep it up, Kpiper1993 :D
:roll:

Thats called a Shake !


I've sent you some Exercises.

You need a tutor !!
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kpiper1993
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Post by kpiper1993 » Wed Mar 21, 2007 2:39 pm

Thank you for the excercises but I meant those notes that don't sound quite right, I know how to do shakes. "there are no F or C sharps on the staff" you said. When I downloaded the tune and clicked "play", in the 7th & 8th bar(of each part) inpeticularly, it sounded different. Is there different fingering? I do have a tutor but I am learning these tunes for fun.
Kpiper1993

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