Song Identification Help

Strumelia
Strumelia
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2 weeks ago
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Gregg Schneeman] As a matter of fact, as you can see in my two "Play Music On The Porch:videos the big beard is gone! Didn't get along with face mask efficiency, and no Renaissance Faire.
 

For what it's worth, Gregg I think you look great with the super short beard!  My husband did the same thing, for the same reason.  nod




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Susie
Susie
@susie
2 weeks ago
375 posts

Thank you for your help! Gonna work on this one, now that I have some info on it.

Gregg Schneeman
Gregg Schneeman
@gregg-schneeman
2 weeks ago
26 posts

Susie:


Gregg Schneeman:


Susie:


Can someone identify the song that is played here in this video? Thanks.



"My Own House Waltz" into tune #2 I do not know and back to "My Own House Waltz" then into "Ye Banks and Braes"



Thanks, that gives me a starting point to work on this (and tab it out). A lovely tune.


Further Correction --- It is "My Own House Waltz" -- Not "Home"


updated by @gregg-schneeman: 09/05/20 01:49:34PM
Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
2 weeks ago
1,291 posts

So you shaved your beard, Gregg, to help stop the spread of the virus.  That's dedication!  Perhaps if you still had it you'd know the name of the middle tune, too!




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Gregg Schneeman
Gregg Schneeman
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2 weeks ago
26 posts

Dusty Turtle:

@susie, you must have been writing at the same time @gregg-schneeman was.  He identified the the tune at the beginning and at the end (I didn't even make it that far) but there is a third tune in the middle he doesn't know.   No surprise Gregg knew the answer.  You don't get a beard like that without acquiring a lot of knowledge and wisdom. 

As a matter of fact, as you can see in my two "Play Music On The Porch" videos the big beard is gone! Didn't get along with face mask efficiency, and no Renaissance Faire. 

Susie
Susie
@susie
2 weeks ago
375 posts

Gregg Schneeman:


Susie:


Can someone identify the song that is played here in this video? Thanks.



"My Own Home Waltz" into tune #2 I do not know and back to "My Own Home Waltz" then into "Ye Banks and Braes"



Thanks, that gives me a starting point to work on this (and tab it out). A lovely tune.

Don Grundy
Don Grundy
@don-grundy
2 weeks ago
161 posts
Duane Porterfield might know.
Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
2 weeks ago
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@susie, you must have been writing at the same time @gregg-schneeman was.  He identified the the tune at the beginning and at the end (I didn't even make it that far) but there is a third tune in the middle he doesn't know.   No surprise Gregg knew the answer.  You don't get a beard like that without acquiring a lot of knowledge and wisdom. 




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As a musician, you have to keep one foot back in the past and one foot forward into the future.
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Susie
Susie
@susie
2 weeks ago
375 posts

Dusty Turtle:

It sounds a lot like Southwind, but I don't think it's the same song.  Both are in 3/4, the first few notes are the same, and the B part goes up to the octave, so there are striking similarities.  But there are also both melodic and harmonic differences.

I wish I could identify it, but I can't. I'm sure someone will.

Thanks Dusty. I'm thinking the same thing. Similar, but different, so that's why I was wondering if it's a different song altogether. If I can't get a definitely answer, I'll just write it out myself, just by having the audio. I've done that on many occasions, so not a problem....just a little more work.

Gregg Schneeman
Gregg Schneeman
@gregg-schneeman
2 weeks ago
26 posts

Susie:


Can someone identify the song that is played here in this video? Thanks.



"My Own House Waltz" into tune #2 I do not know and back to "My Own House Waltz" then into "Ye Banks and Braes"


updated by @gregg-schneeman: 09/05/20 01:45:15PM
Dusty Turtle
Dusty Turtle
@dusty-turtle
2 weeks ago
1,291 posts

It sounds a lot like Southwind, but I don't think it's the same song.  Both are in 3/4, the first few notes are the same, and the B part goes up to the octave, so there are striking similarities.  But there are also both melodic and harmonic differences.

I wish I could identify it, but I can't. I'm sure someone will.




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Dusty T., Northern California
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As a musician, you have to keep one foot back in the past and one foot forward into the future.
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updated by @dusty-turtle: 09/05/20 11:57:24AM
Susie
Susie
@susie
2 weeks ago
375 posts

I thought it sounded like it at the beginning, but it has embellishments/parts I have never heard. 


updated by @susie: 09/05/20 12:03:50PM
Salt Springs
Salt Springs
@salt-springs
2 weeks ago
185 posts

"Southwind", and I'll bet Duane Porterfield is the musician.


updated by @salt-springs: 09/05/20 12:18:52PM
Susie
Susie
@susie
2 weeks ago
375 posts

Can someone identify the song that is played here in this video? Thanks.