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16 comments:

  1. Lester, I have just discovered this delightful site. Has certainly opened up a whole new repertoire for me, isolated as I am on the little island of Australia.

    Thank you

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    1. Hope it helps/entertains you. New stuff due any day now :)
      LB

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  2. Dear Lester, Thank you so much for posting all your wonderful music, it's an absolute joy to listen to, I'm learning to play mandolin and its great to try and play along for practise. Just wanted to let you know its very much appreciated.
    Yours Sincerely
    Sharon. x

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    1. Hi Sharon
      It's comments like yours that makes it all worthwhile. A lot of people have helped me out on my 40 odd years of playing so this is my thank you to them by helping others.

      LB

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  3. HI Lester. Great site for tunes, I am looking for a tune to put with "Fete du village". any sugestions?

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  4. Dear Lester, Thanks so much for your wonderful site. I sit in front of my computer for hours at a time, just playing along with you... I have learned so many tunes...

    Colleen :)

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    1. That's what it's all for, I owe many people who helped me to play so this is my way of paying back.

      LB

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  5. Thanks for posting these tune. So many I'm going to learn for Burnley folk club and other sessions around east lancashire. Being an Oxford boy I grew up going out to pubs in Oxfordshire with the parents playing folk and morris. Now in my late 30s I am doing the same but the sessions up here arn't the same as down south. Will be following your videos with interest,

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  6. Awesome site, and thanks so much.

    I wonder if you could play this tune...it's Russian, so a different genre. But I have been battling to play it and thought seeing you play it would help.

    It is called Katyusha

    https://youtu.be/WbLx35Fq6zE

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  7. Lester, thank you so much for this. I started learning the melodeon last March, in my 62nd year. I've got about 5 tunes under my belt and I really just wanted to play tunes I know and can warble along to. Your repertoire is just the ticket. Many thanks. Have you ever played Stille Hostvind? I saw it on YouTube but I can't find any notation. Best wishes.

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  8. Tried to listen to Grandfather's Clock, but . . . . .

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  9. Hi Lester - thanks for a nice slow session at the Melodeon Playgroup. It's inspired me to do a spreadsheet of tunes to learn for next year alongside the Morris ones that I am learning already. I was just looking for Worcestershire Hornpipe and wondered if it is one that you are planning to do - or is it here under another name?

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    1. Hi Linsey. Worcestershire Hornpipe is not currently here but I shall add it to the never ending list of tunes to learn. But, as the saying goes, don't hold your breath :)
      Now off to learn 3 tunes for the coming weekends melodeon workshop, I'm on the receiving end this time

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    2. Much appreciated! Hope you enjoy the workshop Lester :)

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