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ONAN OF TENNEKEN; BY VAN EYCK.


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I have had this in my collection for years; and it is easy to play, and so relaxing between trying out those more complex works.

It is a lovely broad theme, that lends itself toΒ  so many opportunities to add your own chords, or harmony, as you see fit; because, of course, it was on the melody line only, being originally for [recorder] in 17th century.

My own transcription is here included, and its really worth trying out; and very straightforward.. [ignoring my own pencilled in numbering tablature of course].

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12 hours ago, SIMON GABRIELOW said:

Wow! That was really really nice to hear.

Such a lovely way of playing with a truly individual style, and I like the rhythm, it has its own energy.

Grateful you posted that!

Thank you, I am having so much fun πŸ™‚ Thank you for the original inspiration. I have played and composed for the harp for years, but the concertina has quite a different rhythmic feel and has awoken a new sense of music in me πŸ™‚

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