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Default Rose of Washington Square - 02-08-2009, 06:40 PM

Hi Folks, Thought I'd liven things up a bit, Played Rose of Washington Square in 1919, even before my mother's time, using the Orlean's style, hope you like it...Pam







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Default Re: Rose of Washington Square - 03-08-2009, 11:14 AM

Hi Pam
Looks like it's you and me against the rest - not familiar with the tune but it's a nice lively one for a Monday morning, maybe an old tune but you breathed some life into it with the country flavoured style.
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Default Re: Rose of Washington Square - 03-08-2009, 11:21 AM

Hi Spike, Thanks for listening and the comments, I'm beginning to tire of being only you and me contributing anything, I realy feel for Paul who put such a lot of effort to get this site up and running, BTW I didn't play in 1919, It was recorded in 1919...Pam
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Default Re: Rose of Washington Square - 07-08-2009, 08:25 PM

Great tune ... HOWEVER, and I need to take my own advice ...

When you have a song with multiple verses, such as this one, you might consider modulating to a higher key, either chromatically, OR more commonly, up a whole step ... For example, start off in the key of "C" and modulate to key of "D" by using A7 as the modulating chord.

Also ... watch out for the "blips" in your playing...
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Default Re: Rose of Washington Square - 08-08-2009, 11:42 AM

Hi Tim. Thanks for the comments, however, blips, what blips?,I just played it through and din't hear any, anyway if there were after 70 years of playing, I think I'm entitled to play between the cracks occasionly as I have severe arthritis in my hands,apologies...Pam
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Default Re: Rose of Washington Square - 08-08-2009, 06:19 PM

After 35 years of playing, I think I'm misinterpreting "system chord change blips" with blips of confusion....

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