Mel Bay The Sandbridge Dance Tune, The Sandbridge Dance Tune Collection, by Ken Kolodner,The Sandbridge Dance Tune Collection is a collection drawn from...... more
Mel Bay The Sandbridge Dance Tune, The Sandbridge Dance Tune Collection, by Ken Kolodner,The Sandbridge Dance Tune Collection is a collection drawn from Ken Kolodner's extensive library of arrangements for the Hammered Dulcimer, developed from over 30 years of teaching thousands of workshops, The Sandbridge Dance Tune Collection includes traditional and original dance tunes, reels, jigs, hornpipes and polkas. The repertoire draws primarily from traditional music of the United States, Quebec, Ireland, Scotland and beyond, Each tune is presented as a simple melody with chord progression along with one or more detailed arrangements, offering a wide range of levels of complexity, Kolodner is widely known as one of the most prominent teachers and performers of the Hammered Dulcimer and is especially known for his teaching of arranging techniques,,ISBN: 978-078-668-540-0, English language,
Mel Bay, The Mandolin Picker` Guide to Bluegrass Improvisation,by Jesper RÃ¼bner-Petersen, A new book on improvisation is now available for bluegrass...... more
Mel Bay, The Mandolin Picker` Guide to Bluegrass Improvisation,by Jesper RÃ¼bner-Petersen, A new book on improvisation is now available for bluegrass mandolin players, Based on the concept of learning by playing,this 200 page book covers a wide range of improvisation tools and how to implement them in your playing, A large number of examples are presented in both tablature and standard notation,so that a theoretical background is not required, The small amount of theory needed is simply presented and easily learned step by step, A series of exercises designed to help the player develop improvisational skills are included in the book, As an instruction tool, the book can easily be combined with the instructorÂs individual philosophy or by a student wishing to study alone, The subject matter is varied in difficulty and can be used by both the beginner and more advanced player as an instructional guide and reference book, The major-themes in the book are:The pentatonic sound,scale and major-chord based improvising with any Bluegrass-Tune,Double-stop,improvisation, Minor chords and Keys,The blues sound, Melody oriented improvisation,How to use: Monroe Style,Cross picking, Hot licks,how to simplify a lick,and more, MP3 CD accompanies book featuring all examples, English language
Mel Bay, The Art Of Solo Bass, The Chordal Approach, By Michale Dimin: The Art of Solo Bass is a place to glimpse the possibilities of the electric...... more
Mel Bay, The Art Of Solo Bass, The Chordal Approach, By Michale Dimin: The Art of Solo Bass is a place to glimpse the possibilities of the electric bass, This step-by-step tutorial examines the use of chords and chord/melody in performance,arranging,composing and the development and exploration of new techniques, From using chords to enhance and embellish your groovin' bass lines,to developing a comping style to perform with an ensemble and finally to create solo arrangements and compositions for practice and performance, Actual arrangements,recordings,notation and tablature included, In English language, Incl. CD
Advantages: tasty addition to stews and cassorole Disadvantages: maybe to strong for your taste
...Bay is an everygreen herb which grows like a shrub, it can be grown in open spaces or in tubs.
The flowers of the bay are yellow and it will flower in may.
The best way to get a bay plant is to buy one from a garden centre for around 99p depending on the size. I also like to get my herbs from bootsales where you can pick them up from 25p so saves money.
When your bay plant is well...
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Review of Bay
Advantages: Accessible, attractive, atmospheric Disadvantages: Covers too small an area
...descends, and a red navigation light flashes out to sea. When you turn to retrace your footsteps, a trail of luminescent dots discloses the habitations on the far side of the bay of the Somme.
* Why go, and how? *
Even the most enthusiastic advocates (like me) of overnight shopping/eating/drinking trips to France have to admit that the area around Calais and Boulogne does sometimes become a bit...
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Review of Bay of the Somme
Advantages: see review Disadvantages: not that great!
...Before leaving for our trip to Australia, I spent a lot of time deciding where we would stay and our *must see* destinations .Near the top of the list was Fraser Island, the worlds largest sand Island and a world heritage site. We had planned to spend a few days on the Isalnd, but needed somewhere to stay before taking the trip, as we planned to travel from Noosa. Hervey Bay was the obvious...