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Dauphine (Won't You Be My Queen?)
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1676 posts
Mar 22, 2020
7:11 PM
Here's Dauphine, an instrumental I wrote on my return from New Orleans in late 2018, but only recently recorded:

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3163 posts
Mar 22, 2020
7:59 PM
Winslow, let me be the first to say- Stupendous! It's very far from what I've ever tried. Maybe one day before I'm done. Hats off to you Sir.
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777 posts
Mar 22, 2020
8:23 PM
Very enjoyable listening!!!!
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The Iceman
4052 posts
Mar 23, 2020
7:40 AM
I enjoy a musical approach to the diatonic in which notes created by bending technique are used as "stand alones" in a melodic line backed up by the fearlessness of leaning into them and sustaining rather than letting the "harmonicky" aspects dictate notes chosen.

Very nice song using Major Seventh tuning (2nd position) as well as that occasional 6 hole OB.
The Iceman
175 posts
Mar 25, 2020
10:16 AM
The words "smooth" and "finesse" come to mind Winslow. Nice job.
Wailing ptarmigan
14 posts
Mar 29, 2020
8:33 PM

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