Anon. - Red River Valley - D02 Video

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Title format: Composer's surname, forename - op.xx/xx Title - tags (if known)
e.g. Granados, Enrique - op.37/05 Andaluza - D09 Video
or Ságreras, J. S. - op.19 Maria Luisa - D04 (For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or Ságreras, J. S. - 1/49 Lesson (One digit for lesson-book / two digits for lesson.)
or Anon. - Samba Lele - D03 (Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.)
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Ken Kim
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Anon. - Red River Valley - D02 Video

Post by Ken Kim » Thu Jul 04, 2019 2:57 am

Hello, all. :bye:

I am currently a D02 student of online lesson.
I am posting here to share this Anonyme Red River Valley.
It is rather short but familiar melody to enjoy and practice. :casque:
This piece wasn't introduced in any D02 lesson. :)
You will find this tune on page 65 of D02 book. :ouioui:

Any advice and comments are welcome.



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Judy Verbeeten
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Re: Anon. - Red River Valley - D02 Video

Post by Judy Verbeeten » Thu Jul 04, 2019 1:59 pm

Ken, I genuinely enjoy listening to and watching your videos. I love that song - brings back memories of my youth. I also learn from watching your playing style - your excellent left hand and right hand positions and limited movement of both hands. I particularly want to try to emulate the legato you achieve with your playing.

Ken, you are a poster child for the success and progress that any dedicated student can achieve by faithfully following the Delcamp method (solely through the online venue). To think that you only started 2 years, is quite extraordinary. Thank you again, for sharing.

May I wish you a happy July 4th and a terrific summer (here in Canada we celebrate Canada Day on July 1). It is very hot here in Toronto also (just like Indiana), and what better way to beat the heat than practice guitar in a nice air-conditioned home.

All the best, Judy.

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