View Full Version : Norman Blake's "Blake's March"

Hal Loflin
Apr-12-2006, 11:26pm
I recently purchased the dvd form Norman Blake on Old TIme mandolin and at the very end he plays "Blake's March", an original composition. THe book with the dvd does not have the tab for it and I am wanting to see if anyone at the Cafe has the tab they could email me.

THanks, Hal Loflin

Apr-13-2006, 9:39am
Have you checked mandozine.com? I believe its on there

Hal Loflin
Apr-13-2006, 6:30pm
DUH...Went to Mandozine and they did not have it. Did a google search and found it on the Cafe. Should have looked there first!

Apr-13-2006, 10:02pm
I have it as a .tef file if you'd like me to email it to you.

Hal Loflin
Apr-13-2006, 10:51pm
That would be great...smyrnagc@bellsouth.net

Mike Buesseler
Apr-25-2006, 9:23pm
I worked out the tablature for Blake's March about 6 years ago, wrote a harmony part to go with it, and posted both to the Tablature section, right here at MC. I know it's very close to what Norman was playing because I had that video, too and got it note for note.

Listen to the Montana Mandolin Society's version on their new CD, also. I've played my part with Dennis White, their director...works just fine.

May-19-2006, 5:03pm
just checked the tab here on the cafe last night!!! good work!!