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Eileen Ivers - Traditional Irish Music (CD, Album)

Most versions I found on line were played in Bflat or A. In its deceptive simplicity and elegance it ranks up there with his break to "No Mother or Dad," in my opinion -- it is a break in which he really plays the words. The first break by Scruggs is my attempt to capture his recorded version with Lester Flatt, and the second break is an amalgam of variations I have heard on various radio and concert recordings by Flatt and Scruggs. The next 2 breaks are my own, with some elements based on Bill Keith's playing.

Martin plays this 3-finger style, but the request was for clawhammer. Sawmill tuning is used rather than double-C with capo at Album) fret to get the low note at the end of Part A. Part C is like a long bridge that may be played or not.

TablEdit is converted from GuitarPro2. Grasstowne - Blue Rocking Chair This is a simple melody tab, not a transcription of banjo break played by Grasstowne. Please advise if you see any errors as I only had a chord chart and my ears to go by. The timing may be a little strange in order to keep the Mariachi feel. Thank You Mirek for assisting with this. From LaynePublications. You may find better ways to finger some passages. Sawmill tuning EDAEa. I suppose the song title is in reference to Andy Boarman At any rate, use the original recording for reference, since Tabledit is a computer app, and Jimmy was human.

Both played fiddle and this tune called "The Old Squeaking Fiddle" became re-named in honor of the famous election campaign. Play two A parts and one B, but finish on a single A part. It's got some great pop to it, and is great fun to play. So this is how I play it! Melvin's father wouldn't let him touch his fiddle, but Melvin would play it while his father was away from the house.

This is the first tune Melvin played for his father and that convinced him to let young Melvin continue to play his fiddle. Thanks to Carl Baron for clearing up many things about this arrangement. You can Melvin play this tune at Slippery Hill or Bearea archives. It's a catchy piece that illustrates Dave's innovative playing.

The low A part uses a lot of left hand ornamentation, so some may find the high A part easier. For the B part the roles reverse. The high B part requires playing and staying up Eileen Ivers - Traditional Irish Music (CD the 10th fret compared to the low B part which never leaves first position.

For this reason the easiest way to start with the tune is probably mixing the octaves. Stepp's version of Bonaparte's Retreat. It's rather different from the older version, being much faster and having an altered melodic structure, but the link is evident with some study and playing it sure is fun.

To play the Stepp version on banjo one must use almost exclusively hammer-ons and pull-offs as the tune is a barrage of eighth notes alternating up and down the scale. With some practice it is doable, but it may take a while to get it up to speed. The A part is always the same, sans ornamentation, but there are two versions of the B part.

The melodies are the same they are in different octaves both in first position though. The traditional way of playing it is to play the low B on the first and the high B on the second.

Repeat this cycle to the end of the tune. Note that the melody is played in more of a single string style rather than melodic style, though it could be played pretty closely using a melodic style. Bobby was good at single string and melodic style as well as Scruggs style. As you will see, the structure of the tune is AAB. I dedicate BfJ to the memory of my dear friend Dr. Goodbye, Old Pal. In an old time 3 finger style. It's hard for me because of the single string work, but well worth the effort.

The tuning, gDGBE capoed at the 5th fret, gives you the same tuning as the Renaissance guitar, the instrument it was written for. Of course we have the added advantage of the fifth string, which I used a lot here see bars 10, 12, and This first rendition is melodic, almost note for note as Tommy Jarrell fiddled. The second rendition is "Round Peak" based on the banjo playing of Fred Cockerham and others. The third rendition is basic clawhammer but not "Round Peak" and not "melodic" based on the playing of Hilarie Burhans.

NOTE: the tab pdf comprises two pages. They should be laid side-by-side for viewing so that all the tabs line up properly. The tabs are arranged on the pages so that you can compare each measure in the three versions note-for-note.

I started to work on this tune in the 's and at last I think I have come to something that can be presented for others. This arrangement is basically for a sole banjo where I have tried to pick up a little of the rhythm and of the harmonies in the song. I added a rather simple guitar accompaniment, mostly on the bass strings to give the right rhythm. I included the right hand fingering for the first part of the tune.

Basically, the index finger plays the 1st string, and the thumb plays all others. My version of this tune is constantly changing. The tuning is gDGCD. Tab consists of bits and pieces of the song. As they differ a lot throughout the song I thought it better to tab out the different pieces separately. Make your own variations and mix it up a bit : Its a Eileen Ivers - Traditional Irish Music (CD song, especially the intro part, Have fun with it!

The tune is a polka and is very commonly played at Irish sessions and is a pretty easy one for beginners. You do have to be able to do drop thumbing. Translation: I was noodling around, and it emerged from the noodling. I wanted to explore the relation between the Bb and D chords, and you can judge how it turned out. It is played out of the G tuning with the capo up 2 frets to the key of A, to make it easier on the guitarist.

Stewart: This song is easily traceable back to the early seventeenth century where it appears in a small collection as "The Lovely Northerne Lass. It is a moving tale of love, banishment and exile, supported by a very beautiful melody. Cowdenknowes is in Berwickshire, near to the village of Earlston, a place much associated with the 13th century poet and prophet, "Thomas The Rhymer".

I got this song years ago, from my friend and neighbour, Archie Fisher. To that end, the songs you will find here include folk songs of western Europe, mostly the British Isles which come from many sources and time periods. The "Pre" section contains songs that we have been able to verify as coming from that time period. They are all public domain.

The "Traditional" cetegory includes songs of questionable age for which origins have not been concretely verified.

To the best of our knowledge, songs in the "Traditional" section are public domain, unless otherwise noted on the song page. If we have made an error in the credits for any of these songs, or if you have more information about their origins, please inform us so we can correct the problem and add proper credits. Be sure to study up! What better gold standard to compare your banjo playing to than the master himself!

True banjo playing way before its time! No matter what the tab says, this tune is played in standard tuning, capo 2, fifth string capoed 4. It shows the fifth string being fretted at the fourth, but it's not.

The B section is a great exercise for single string playing out of that 'staircase' shape. To me, it conjures the sound of baying hounds chasing a deer.

It is also an excellent tune for the banjo and has been recorded by several artists: Buck White of course, with banjo by Jack Hicks; Larry Cordle, with banjo by Dave Talbot from Ontari-ari-ari-o; and Jeff White, with banjo by Charlie Cushman.

It is played in the key of A. Added Bass tab have no idea how to do the guitar and mandolin. Experimented some to try to get the tab of the braying mule and the alternating walkup measures to sound like Douglas' version. Eileen Ivers - Traditional Irish Music (CD used repeated measures to try to keep pace with Rod's comic delay No guarantee of accuracy, but it kinda works.

If you have corrections send them to me I'll fix it. Here it is for your dining and dancing pleasure. I have also uploaded an mp3 of me playing this tune. Banjo tuned aEAC E. The titles create confusion since there are two main branches in Old Time and further regional, local and bluegrass variants.

Here I dip down to the A-note in the sixth measure. This variation is found in both Old Time and Bluegrass versions and a G chord is sometimes played in these spots as I do here. This setting uses a lot of fretting-hand ornamentation and makes for a lovely hornpipe.

It's not exact, but I think it's Album) close. Includes solos and backup. I set the metronome pretty slow so I can play along.

The tab is arranged in a closed position style with no capo to support transposition and challenge the player. Join the Trinity Family and register your little ones for Irish Dance Classes at a location near you!

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9 Responses to Eileen Ivers - Traditional Irish Music (CD, Album)

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    Sep 03,  · Irish Music Magazine called it “a triumph a musical Magnus-Opus” and the album reached number one on the Alt-Country Roots Music Chart. Eileen’s new, energetic, joyous and passionate band, Universal Roots, connect music, cultures, stories and emotions that tie us together celebrating the fact that we are more alike than dissimilar.

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    The Spirit of Irish America: This year’s lineup puts a spotlight on the music and heritage of Irish America. We look forward to sharing the music and traditions that were brought over from the Emerald Isle and other Celtic nations across the centuries!

  4. Malar says:

    The Low Kings are a Pittsburgh-based band playing Irish & Scottish music all over town. Our #1 goal is to entertain, bring energy and make sure the audience has fun. At the festival, you’ll be able to sing along and dance to your favorite modern and traditional Irish & Scottish tunes.

  5. Mazuzshura says:

    Riverdance is a theatrical show consisting mainly of traditional Irish music and a score composed by Bill Whelan, it originated as an interval performance act during the Eurovision Song Contest, featuring Irish dancing champions Jean Butler, Michael Flatley and the vocal ensemble Anúbrandez.bizy afterwards, husband and wife production team John McColgan .

  6. Arazragore says:

    Sep 12,  · Nothing, in the hands of Eileen Ivers. The Lincoln City Cultural Center is proud to present this master of music, admired around the world, for a remarkable in-person concert on Sunday, Oct. 3, at.

  7. Mezizilkree says:

    As a studio musician, he has played on albums by Patti Smith, Indigo Girls and Steve Stevens, and appeared on an album of traditional Irish music by Eileen Ivers. He was a member of Joan Jett 's backing band, The Blackhearts, touring with them and playing on Jett's album Up Your Alley () as well as contributing a number of tracks to her.

  8. Akizilkree says:

    Notes: There is a great tab of Eager and Anxious on Banjohangout already. This is the B-part, as played on the Spectrum album. It is different from the live versions and i actually prefer this version. It is slightly more difficult than the one already tabbed out but a bit more fancy too. Also included now is the intro from the Spectrum album.

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