Notemaker Posted January 28, 2020 Share Posted January 28, 2020 (edited) My interest in Morris and Celtic has, more or less, per-occupied practice time since I re-started on Tina. Ok, it is my own fault and nobody else is to blame. But, I do want to caution newbies, if you got into it because you love one kind of material, yet have to get through others - tutors etc., - please make sure you keep to the central focus on your first choice. Because I now realize what brought me to the Tina is not either I practice on, and there is a reason why this happened. I first chose the Tina because I heard it used as backing for a folk singer, 'chording' and bits of melody etc. Reason why I did not get on that, there is not as much on the net about it, nor can I find any instruction like I can Morris; Peter Trimming on YouTube is a great example. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-EC21xijG_PdX3mUSiQ8UQ I reckon most of the songsters I have came across sing 'Shanty' type stuff, but I do not think there is any reason why other genres would not work. Fairly certain that on CN there's quite a few songsters who could usefully redirect me? Thank you. Edited January 29, 2020 by Notemaker error Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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