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NEW WORKSHOP CDs . . .

NEW: Workshop CDs

NEW!!  SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY

All I Have To Do Is Dream

Let There Be Peace On Earth

What A Wonderful World

Daydream Believer

Hallelujah

Misty

Both Sides Now

Rainbow Connection

Sunny Side of the Street

Moon River

Last Date

Smile

Let It Be Me

Chattanooga Choo Choo

End of the World

Dream A Little Dream of Me

La Vie En Rose

Don't Fence Me In

Autumn Leaves

If I Only Had A Brain

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Dream

When You Wish Upon A Star

Mr. Sandman

Silver Bell

Vincent

Jamaica Farewell

Waltz for Nina

Dill Pickle Rag

Home on the Range

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This month's Free Tablature is
"(On the) Road to Boston"

Fife and Drum March Tune

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Just in time for America's 241st birthday celebration, this month's free tab is an arrangement of the Revolutionary War era fife and drum march tune called "On the Road To Boston".  Like most music popular in the American colonies at that time, it had its origins in the British Isles.  The original name for this tune was "On The Road to London".   General Green, commander of the Rhode Island militia, had his fife and drum corps play it when they marched from Rhode Island to Boston to help free that city from British occupation.  For that reason, the tune is also sometimes referred to as "General Green's March".  It has become a standard in old-time and bluegrass jam sessions.

Here's a link to a YouTube video of the tune being performed by the New England Conservatory Country Fiddle Band.

This is a 3-part arrangement, so find a couple of playing partners and enjoy.  

Wishing you all a happy and safe July 4th Holiday!

In music and friendship,

--Tull

 


 

 


 

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