Roxanna Waltz

  1. sgarrity
    sgarrity
    Written by Bill Monroe and popularized by Kenny Baker.

  2. David Hansen
    David Hansen
    I really like that tune Shaun and you played it beautifully, oh and your dog is just too cute for words. Maybe you could get him to do some tricks when you play? or dance?
  3. Kristibob
    Kristibob
    I agree with David...it's beautiful! ( I agree about the dog, too...lol)
  4. Marcelyn
    Marcelyn
    I love waltzes, and that's an especially pretty one.
  5. Eddie Sheehy
    Yeah Shaun, can't you you do tricks or dance while you play?
    Great rendition dude...
  6. Manfred Hacker
    Manfred Hacker
    Very nice double stops and tremolo, and a beautiful tune!

    I hardly dare to ask again: do you know where I could find the notation/tabs for the Roxanna and Melissa Waltzes?
  7. sgarrity
    sgarrity
    Thanks for the kind words everyone. It really is a beautiful tune. This version is mainly from Kenny Baker's playing. Monroe apparently recorded it in 1994 but it was never released.

    And sorry Manfred, I learned both of those by ear. They are somewhat obscure tunes so I doubt there's any mando tab out there for them.
  8. Kay Kirkpatrick
    Kay Kirkpatrick
    Shaun, that is really a fantastic tune and you played it so well! In fact, I had to look it up and I did find it in standard at folktunefinder and in tabs at users.waitrose.com. I definitely will be learning it, and I'll keep coming back to your post for assistance.
  9. Michael Pastucha
    Michael Pastucha
    Shaun, nice job on a great waltz.

    Manfred, here's a link to what seems to be a pretty good tab at waitrose.com as mentioned previously.
    http://www.users.waitrose.com/~john....a/roxanna.html
  10. Kay Kirkpatrick
    Kay Kirkpatrick
    Thanks, Michael. I need to learn, or maybe remember, to actually include the link. I have a friend, ahem Loretta, who reminds me of that.
  11. jamann
    jamann
    Shaun, What a beautiful waltz along with some fine finger work there. Really enjoyed your playing and the tone your getting out of your mando. Very nice!
  12. jamann
    jamann
    It's been a while since I posted anything (life gets in the way) and ever since Shaun posted this great tune I've been wanting to figure it out and learn it. I finally got around to it.
    Shaun thanks for starting this post and I hope you don't mind if I borrowed some of your ideas. I really like this waltz. Hope you enjoy as much as I enjoyed learning!

    jamann

  13. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Great version, Shaun. You really get the feel of the tune so well and you techniques are great. I love the way the dog seems to be saying "Oh, it's that tune he's been practising all morning - might as well just curl up again".
    Jamann, great tone and playing on your version too!
  14. Marcelyn
    Marcelyn
    Really nice, John. You've got that real Monroe sound.
  15. sgarrity
    sgarrity
    Thanks guys!! And John......that sounds wonderful!! You really pull the tone out of that mando!
  16. Steve Cantrell
    Steve Cantrell
    Pretty sure we got inspired on this one by you, Shaun. Great job by both you and Jamann.I think we were the only two to do it in the Taterbug group, although it sure has entered my permanent rotation- its a great waltz.here's our go at it. Catch Dawns expression at about 40 seconds when she buzzes that E string. She cracks me up.
  17. crisscross
    crisscross
    Great versions by Shaun, jamman, Steve and Dawn!That's how a Bill Monroe tune is suposed to sound like.
    My version is a little different, I doubt Bill would have liked it. Or even recognised...
  18. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Good to hear this tune being played again, Christian. Great tone you have here in both instruments, and very fine playing.
  19. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    CC - lovely playing and interpretation..so nice to listen to.
  20. Simon DS
    Simon DS
    A noble tune CC!
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