01/09/05 Kaigarabushi, Llamerada

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01/09/05 Kaigarabushi, Llamerada

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01/09/05 Ashley Jones sends: Kaigarabushi. Japanese folk melody. Copeland brass low D. I originally recorded this one on a Bb whistle but personally think its more suited to a lower keyed instrument so thought i'd re post it. Llamerada. Bolivian folk melody. Hoover brass trad bore Bb whistle. This is one of the latest Andean tunes ive learned. (saved in misc)
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Re: 01/09/05 Kaigarabushi, Llamerada

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TonyHiggins wrote:01/09/05 Ashley Jones sends: Kaigarabushi. Japanese folk melody. Copeland brass low D. I originally recorded this one on a Bb whistle but personally think its more suited to a lower keyed instrument so thought i'd re post it. Llamerada. Bolivian folk melody. Hoover brass trad bore Bb whistle. This is one of the latest Andean tunes ive learned. (saved in misc)


I know that this is an old thread. But, Tony suggests that the lower key is wonderful. Ashley does a wonderful job with this tune.

Now, I haven't been able to find the abc notation or the sheet music for this in a penny whistle.

Anyone have a clue? I would love to learn this tune.

Thanks.

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Re: 01/09/05 Kaigarabushi, Llamerada

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Actually, Ashley is the one who liked the lower key (besides me). The text is from him.
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