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When the songs celebrating the alcoholic beverages are generally made with 3 chords and the same melody repeated dozen of times, Argentine people like to compose this kind of score which gives you an headache at first sight but becomes very fun to play on a duet as you go along drinking and playing it. For those who are interested I began to write the sheet musics of the different tunes that I'm playing and I'll send it here in another thread when it will be completed:

 

https://youtu.be/CrD9q5qg-t4

 

 

 

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Delightful Didie.  You surely must currently be one of the finest duet players on the planet.

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Thank you Steve for the BIG compliment! I have yet to be able to play the other systems like you...

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Great tune, Didie, and excellent performance!  Looking forward to any sheet music you're able to share.  Do you use the bass clef for the bottom staff or the octave treble clef?

-George

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