[PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

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[PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

Post by bert » Mon Dec 12, 2016 3:45 pm

A recording can be found here.
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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J.L - Jingle Bells

Post by Big bird » Mon Dec 12, 2016 4:11 pm

Thanks, like the arrangement.
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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L - Jingle Bells

Post by bert » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:22 pm

You're welcome, glad you like it.

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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L - Jingle Bells

Post by burtong » Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:03 pm

Did somebody ask for whom the bells jingle? :-)
Look forward to trying them.

You reminded me of my guitar teacher who was playing music with a young child in the lesson before me. He was playing 'pop goes the weasel' and then for fun he played it one last time in the minor key. It was not nearly such a happy and light-hearted song. Such is the skill of the professional musician.

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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

Post by bert » Tue Dec 13, 2016 8:23 am

burtong wrote:Did somebody ask for whom the bells jingle? :-)
It was either that or "The One Horse Open Hearse". The last one being a bit too macabre and not very christmassy, IMO.
burtong wrote:It was not nearly such a happy and light-hearted song. Such is the skill of the professional musician.
By rewriting a song the difference in major and minor becomes very clear. Your guitar teacher probably changed "pop goes the weasel" on the spot, whereas I really had to work it out on paper. Such is the lack of skills of an amateur. :wink:

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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

Post by Terry Sanderson » Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:36 pm

But at least you're able to do it Bert ;-)
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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

Post by bert » Tue Dec 13, 2016 1:29 pm

Terry Sanderson wrote:But at least you're able to do it Bert ;-)
:) True, but doing it on the spot is quite a bit harder, me thinks.

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Re: [PDF] Pierpont, J. L. - Jingle Bells

Post by Terry Sanderson » Tue Dec 13, 2016 1:58 pm

me thinks too :guitare:
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