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    Default european folk/early music repertoire - perennial favorites

    favorite tunes change from time to time but as of right now, if - in an
    informal setting: with friends, jamming with other musicians, etc. - you
    were asked to play a few ditties from the early music repertoire or some long-in-the-tooth, european folk songs, which would they be?

    ...i'm trying to establish a core group of songs which stand a good chance of being familiar to all.

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    Sorry my suggestions are coming one at a time but here's another idea on the European folk theme: Randers Hopsa. Great version by Dick Gaughan - here's a link to the notation & a midi file on his site, which has lots of other good stuff too : http://www.dickgaughan.co.uk/songs/s...e-randers.html
    Another might be Josefin's Waltz - good version by Dervish & many others on You Tube.
    Happy hunting,
    Dean

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