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Lester Bailey

Lester's Session Tune Book

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I have published my session tune book here. There are a total of 120ish tunes which you can get the manuscript for or listen to a midi rendition of. The manuscript and midi are generated by magic stuff at John Chamber's website JC's Tune Finder. Although its called my session tune book I must admit to some of trhe tunes being very much work in progress ;) .

 

Have a look see if there is anything you like. My current favorites are the two Kingfisher tunes.

 

When you get bored with the tunes try the rest of the site for pictures of my instruments (interesting) and pictures of me (???).

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*gorgeous* Wheatstone!!!!

 

Lester, I didn't know you were with Thames Valley...

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Super Site Lester.

 

Lots of work.

 

And standard notation. I am in heaven. Concertina heaven.

 

Thanks.

 

Helen

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*gorgeous* Wheatstone!!!!

 

Lester, I didn't know you were with Thames Valley...

That's Thames Valley Morris Men of Claygate Surrey England not to be confused with any upstart colonial team from the good old US of A :P

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*gorgeous* Wheatstone!!!!

 

Lester, I didn't know you were with Thames Valley...

That's Thames Valley Morris Men of Claygate Surrey England not to be confused with any upstart colonial team from the good old US of A

Except the confusion that Canada is NOT a part of the US of A....

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Except the confusion that Canada is NOT a part of the US of A....

 

They are quite close when viewed from a distance. Plus we used to rule over there as well, in the good old days ;)

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Love your sessionbook, Lester. We have a lot in common on our current playlists.

 

I just learned Dorset 4-hand from a CD my daughter brought back from London; didn't realize it had a C and D part!

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