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Re: Valse de Jeune Fille

my friend learned it from David Greely. it's actually got more of a french-canadian feel to it, but that's how my friend played it. i have never heard a recording of it. really nice "b" part. i assume you are playing it on the fiddle?


Re: Re: Valse de Jeune Fille

Yes, fiddle. Yeah, its got some interesting note work in it. Plus instructional: running up and down the scale, arpeggiation, starting to sneak double stops in there on me.

Wonder if its on any of their cds (Steve Riley)?

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