Gail Webber

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Hawks and Eagles


streams: 20
video file: 6.6MB, 00:01:44

Gail Webber
11/26/14 12:57:20PM @gail-webber:

Thanks, Lexie. I appreciate you listening.


Lexie R Oakley
11/26/14 12:13:13PM @lexie-r-oakley:

Sounds really good Gail, Thanks for playing for us.Grin.gif


Gail Webber
11/13/14 12:14:25PM @gail-webber:
Thanks Helen!
Helen Seiler
11/13/14 03:29:24AM @helen-seiler:

Gail, this is fabulous in so many ways......well done!


Gail Webber
11/11/14 02:37:41PM @gail-webber:

Thanks Bob and Terry. It's a fun one for sure.


robert schuler
11/10/14 10:16:58AM @robert-schuler:
Boil them hawks and eagles down. Hawks and eagles is a variation on the cabbage tune. And always fun to play... Bob.
Gail Webber
11/10/14 10:11:38AM @gail-webber:

Thanks Cindy and Randy. Yes, Randy, I am lucky to be able to take lessons from Joe Shelton. I've learned many good tunes from him!


Cindy Stammich
11/09/14 11:13:33PM @cindy-stammich:

This sounds great Gail!!! Love the slides!!!Grin.gif


Randy Adams
11/09/14 08:05:18PM @randy-adams:

I like it Gail....and you have a good teacher!


Gail Webber
11/09/14 11:08:45AM @gail-webber:

Hi Patty. Thanks a lot. I don't have a tab for it. I video my teacher doing a new tune. I normally write it out from there and then learn it. This time I just learned from watching his video.


Patty from Virginia
11/08/14 07:48:28PM @patty-from-virginia:

Gail, I like this a lot!!! You did a fine job. Is there tab for this?Smile.gif


Gail Webber
11/08/14 12:12:25PM @gail-webber:

Thanks everyone. John P, it's an old time fiddle tune. My dulcimer teacher is also a fiddle player, so I tend to get a lot of fiddle tunes from him! It needs a bit more work, but is a fun tune. Of course, probably like many others, I can do a better job when I'm not recording!


robert schuler
11/08/14 09:22:35AM @robert-schuler:

Nice job. H&E is one of my favorite tunes. It exemplifies the simplicity of old time and the excitement that makes you want to get up and dance. Anybody interested in this tune should look up fiddler Norman Edmonds... Bob.


John Keane
11/08/14 07:58:36AM @john-keane:

Nicely done!


Guy Babusek
11/08/14 12:04:40AM @guy-babusek:

That was wonderful, Gail!


john p
11/07/14 10:57:10PM @john-p:

Hi Gail,

Enjoyed that very much 113.gif

Not a tune I remember hearing before, but it sounds familiar from somewhere and I had no trouble picking it up. Where am I likely to have heard it ?

If you're playing N/D it will fit entirely on the melody string by playing in Ionian(DAA). Starts on the 10th fret, instead of the 7th fret in DAd.


Dan Goad
11/07/14 09:21:06PM @dan-goad:

Thank you, Gail.


Gail Webber
11/07/14 09:15:29PM @gail-webber:

Dan, I'm playing in DAd.


Dan Goad
11/07/14 08:41:46PM @dan-goad:

What tuning are you using, Gail?


Gail Webber
11/07/14 08:38:31PM @gail-webber:
Dan, it's actually not too hard to learn. The first part is on the melody string, the second part is on the middle string and the last part is on the bass string.