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Unnamed Banjo Tune #2 - Esker Hutchins - Esker Hutchins, fiddle & banjo (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Unnamed Banjo Tune #2 - Esker Hutchins - Esker Hutchins, fiddle & banjo (CD, Album)

  1. Shakarn says:
    Esker Hutchins lived in Dobson, North Carolina and was neighbor to Frank and Oscar Jenkins. He was a fiddle mentor to Benton Flippen (FRC ) of nearby Round Peak. Benton played banjo with Esker's band, the Surry County Ramblers.
  2. Malaramar says:
    Folksongs of Illinois #2 - Fiddlers, IHC () White Country Blues, - A Lighter Shade of Blue. Vol. 2, Columbia Legacy CT () Hurt, Chuck Side Performer Appearance. Banjo Pickin' Girl, Rounder () Blacks, Whites and Blues, CBS ().
  3. Vokazahn says:
    Always remember that the tuning of a 5-string banjo should be the G-tuning. There are other ways in which you can tune the banjo, but this one is the easiest and most time-saving. When you are applying the G-tuning, you can observe that the notes being tuned are on the left portion of the first tablature line.
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  6. Tukus says:
    Sam Hutchings is a luthier based in central Brittany in France. He has been building all kinds of stringed instruments for over 20 years and now specialises in banjo construction. He also runs Justecordes with his wife Steph, a music store well known in France for their instruments and accessories for Old Time and Bluegrass music.
  7. Zulkikasa says:
    Now the most common banjo tuning, for any key. aEAC#E Open-G + 2 The most usual tuning for accompanying fiddle tunes in A. eBEG#B Open-G - 3 Dock Boggs, Peggy Walker, key of E ("Dock Boggs Vol 3"). (I mention it only because it took me a while to realize where Dock - I think - was coming from on this song.) fCFAC Open-G - 2.
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  9. Fautilar says:
    Mar 25,  · In this workshop (CROSS-TUNING WORKSHOP Part Thirty-Eight: GDAD) I’ve transcribed a tune in the key of D that may be an unusual version of a tune in the latter category, one that Hutchins recorded for Ray Alden and Dave Spilkia c. and which was released on Field Recorders’ Collective CD FRC as “Unnamed Fiddle Tune #2.”.

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