Yeah I'm playing the Koonce arrangement and it doesn't seem to be in my copy
Haha alright ! Well if you get the chance to check and your version does have it be sure to show me !;-)petermc61 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:47 pm
Thanks , to be honest I didn't think it was written by Bach. Still, do you want notes he's playing to di this ?
I'm sorry but I don't understand what you are asking!redmcq wrote: ↑Wed Sep 13, 2017 1:29 pmThanks , to be honest I didn't think it was written by Bach. Still, do you want notes he's playing to di this ?
Jeffrey Armbruster wrote: ↑Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:42 pmAmong guys..."guys" is all inclusive. At least that's my take. It's meant as a friendly way to indicate the men and women involved. And to be fair, there don't seem to be any feminine equivalents. "Gals" is likely to get you your head served up on a platter. "Girls" won't work either; "guys and women" is awkward; "dolls...." are you kidding me? What to do, what to do?
I hope this helps with the Bach.
Fair enough. Well that clip is close but not exactly what Jason plays though, since exactitude is called forsoltirefa wrote: ↑Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:53 pmThat isn't what I meant when I questioned his use of "guys." I was (perhaps selfishly) saying, "Hello, I'm THE one who gave you the very information and a reference to what you wanted to know. When I saw the OP's question I took the time to find the Acoustic Guitar Magazine in my files, take a picture of David Russell's measure 40, open a dropbox account and upload it for the OP. So thanks guys didn't seem like the reply I thought might be appropriate.
How about, "Wow, that's exactly what I I was looking for."