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Re: singing with the melodeon
« Reply #40 on: February 24, 2014, 08:04:35 PM »

Apropos the OP, John Connolly composed "Fiddler's Green" on the box if I remember correctly.  :||:
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Re: singing with the melodeon
« Reply #41 on: February 26, 2014, 06:04:22 PM »

Thanks to all for your input!

Chris you did say "anything"

Here's a song I'am working on, I'm probably still playing to much melody?
I was playing this song with my in-laws this weekend and my brother in-law started playing (fare thee well) to it on his harmonica
and it didn't sound to bad so I was attempting to work it in. I'm always amazed at His ability to take a melody and come up with several different
but similar tunes I need to play with them more often.

Not a complete version
Hohner 1040 C, Beltuna one row four stop D, O'Byrne Dewitt/ Baldoni bros. D/C#, Paolo soprani "pepperpot" one row D
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