Merry BlackSmith

[center]Here’s a tune I learned as part of a St Patricks Day challenge, at the harmonica academy,
I’m pretty satisfied with how it came out.

1st time through it’s about 90% to speed.
2nd time through I just looped it, same as the 1st.
3rd time through I got it just about up to speed.
Not saying it’s perfect but close to speed.

Easy tune to learn and it even sounds good at slower speeds, but very difficult to get up to
faster speeds.

Here’s a version I put on youtube a little bit slower.

The Merry BlackSmith

Harp On!![/center]

Very Nice Bro! You got the tabs for that somewhere?
–BT

BT,

Here’s the tabs right here:

A Part played twice
6B 7B 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B 6B 6D 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B

6B 6D 7B 8D 8B 8D 7B 6D 8D 8D 7B 8D 9D 8B 8D

7B 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B 6B 6D 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B

6B 6D 7B 8D 8B 8D 7B 6D 6B 6D 7D 7B

B Part played twice
9B 9B 9D 8B 8B 8D 7B 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B

6B 6D 7B 8D 8B 8D 7B 6D 8D 8D 7B 8D 8B 9D 8D

9B 9B 9D 8B 8B 8D 7B 7B 6B 6D 6B 5B 6B

6B 6D 7B 8D 8B 8D 7B 6D 6B 6D 7D 7B

And here’s the backing at full speed:

Your going to probably need some kind of software to play it in to slow it down so you can gradually get it
up to speed. I use Mixcraft but you can use Audacity it’s free. It took me about a month to learn it. Good luck with it and I want to hear you play it when you get it. Remember it sounds real good played at half that speed. Really fun tune.

harp On!!

OOPs almost forgot use your Key Of “D” harp.

Thanks bro! If it took you a month I’m gonna be here for years! LOL

–BT