Something Different: Laird's March - Duet - by Brad Laird is a downloadable Quicktime lesson which teaches both parts to a mandolin duet written by Brad. The song, Laird's March is reminiscent of music played by mandolin ensembles in the early part of the 20th century. Brad walks you through how to play each part, practices them with you slowly and then gives you a chance to play it as a duet along with Brad in the video. This lesson includes 2 MP3 practice tracks and a 3-page PDF file with the tab, standard notation and chord charts for both parts.
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Length: 22 minutes
Size: 258.3 mb
"Just a little note from the snow and coldness in Norway. But we enjoy indoor life, especially when learning to play the mandolin! A friend of mine and me really like playing "Lairds March". What a fun piece!"
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