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    Default Tenderly - Don Stiernberg & John Carlini

    Hope this is ok to post. I've been working on Tenderly solo melody on guitar but in the key of Cmaj7 and tried the melody on mandolin to discover original key was Eb (duh)...bout the only mandolin video I could find and beautiful indeed. I can basically find the melody notes but having a hard time finding the mandolin chords to compliment the song. I can't figure out how to play the chord melody on the mandolin even a nice voicing for the Ebmaj7 and Ab9 to get started


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    CBFrench
    Google Tenderly Real Book
    Rob

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    Default Re: Tenderly Don Stiernberg & John Carlini

    Quote Originally Posted by RobH View Post
    CBFrench
    Google Tenderly Real Book
    Rob
    tks, I have the real book chords, just got a lot of mandolin practicings to get those chord voicings sounding right and done correctly. Beautiful song tho

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    Default Re: Tenderly Don Stiernberg & John Carlini

    here ya go
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails tenderly.pdf  

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    Default Re: Tenderly Don Stiernberg & John Carlini

    tks a heap, now I have something to work on

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    Default Re: Tenderly Don Stiernberg & John Carlini

    How cool is that! I love this site. Thank you, Mr. Stiernberg, OP, and Scott T (and everyone) for cooperating to make this wonderful world of mandolins and mandolin enthusiasts.

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