Kentucky MandolinNovember 17th, 2006
Here is an example of how I play Bill Monroe’s tune Kentucky Mandolin. I play it different than most, wrong by some accounts, but for the most part it’s pretty close to the original recording. The main difference is that instead of the unison “D” note in the A part I play a “C” and an “F” for a bluer sound.
I’ve broken the film up into five sections. The first is the entire tune and the following four clips are close-ups of the right and left hands for the A and B parts.
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