Week #363 ~ Round the Horn

  1. Barbara Shultz
    Barbara Shultz
  2. luurtie
    luurtie
    What a lovely tune! I recorded a version this morning using the chords below;
    Part 1 : I G I G I C I D I G D I C G I D I Em II
    Part 2 : I C I G I Am I Bm I C I G I D I Em II

    The mandolin is a Prucha F5T

  3. Martin Jonas
    Martin Jonas
    Here is my version from the old "Other Tunes" thread, recorded a few years ago on my Mid-Mo -- not quite as fast as luurtie's lovely rendition.

    If I find the time, I'll record an updated version, probably with bit of a rhythm backing.



    Martin
  4. David Hansen
    David Hansen
    Here's my try on my Sobell mandolin, concertina, Forster cittern and a double bass. Thanks to Hendrik for the chords and his smooth inspiring playing.

  5. Don Grieser
    Don Grieser
    Great playing by Hendrik, Martin, and David. Looks like I already learned this one: first video in Barbara's post. Now I'll have to relearn it. Great tune.
  6. Jill McAuley
    Jill McAuley
    What a lovely selection of versions of this tune lads! And Luurtie your Prucha sounds awesome!
  7. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Great tune and super versions, all! Interesting discussion over on The Session on the printing/publishing of music which is copyright and taken from existing collections or other printed materials.
  8. Martin Jonas
    Martin Jonas
    As promised, here is my re-recording of this great tune. Played on the Ajr, with tenor guitar backing, at a rather brisker tempo than my old 2010 recording.

    1921 Gibson Ajr mandolin
    Ozark tenor guitar



    Martin
  9. Michael Pastucha
    Michael Pastucha
    Well done everyone! luurtie, your playing keeps getting better and better and is now consistently awesome! Martin both of your versions were excellent and I liked the more lively second video best. David, nicely played and a very good arrangement. Don, I remembered your original version which is excellent and captures the feeling of the tune nicely.
  10. woodenfingers
    woodenfingers
    I can't resist a Jay Ungar tune. Well done everyone. Hendrik, as Michael says, your playing is so fluid and even at a good pace you get such great ornamentation into the tune. David, your concertina fits perfectly and your overall arrangement is spot on. Martin, the up tempo version sounds much more spritely. Don, I was going to steal your slides but in the heat of recording kept it simpler.

    My take is on mandolin, octave mandolin, fiddle and guitar, Irish style, all but the guitar playing along on the melody. Not as up tempo as prior posts here since my fiddling deteriorates rapidly as I speed up and while I don't mind being a bit off pitch in public I don't want to be too awful...



    I hope you aren't too tired of my bees. I need to get some more video from around the area.
  11. Bob Michel
    Bob Michel
    Here's yet another multitracked go at it (though visually a lot less interesting than some of the others). I'm playing my Flatiron A5.



    Bob Michel
    Near Philly
  12. luurtie
    luurtie
    Thanx for all the compliments, I love all the other versions I heard and I hope there are a lot more of these kind of tunes to come. I noticed we're all multitrackers and some of us play a lot of instruments very well... I'll stick to mandolin and guitar for now...
  13. Michael Pastucha
    Michael Pastucha
    Nicely played Bob!
  14. Eddie Sheehy
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