Tatts, thanks for your comments. I DO have it arranged, in three different versions, published in my book "Celtic Variations". You can read about that and my other products, AND check out some of my free tab at: www.ninazanetti.com
If you like this style of playing, you probably would also like the work of Linda Brockinton.
Enjoy, and please feel free to contact me by email or phone (info on my website) if you have any questions.
Just visited your website after a viewing a discussion in fingerpicking group. The piece on the front page “Bridget Cruise” is absolutely beautiful- exactly the kind of music I’d love to play. I don’t suppose you have that piece tabbed out by any chance?
this is Jeff Foster I live in Oswego NY and if you know of any players in my area please help me find them if something dont come up should be at cranberry gathering if there is any way you can help let me know please!!! JEFF.
Hello again Nina,
I receive email updates from the Pocono group regularly however I have not become a member of the group.I knew that you would be there teaching a master class and considering my interest in the finger picking style,I thought it would bea great opportunity to meet youand learn fromyou.
I am waiting for more updates from the Poconogroupin the way of a schedule of activities and classes. I will check to see if anything is new on their web site.
My husband and Iare discussing the possibility ofstaying in the Pocono area for the weekend of the festival.I have never been to a festival so I am really looking forward to participating inone.
Have a nice evening,
Thankyou for responding. I am familiar with your book Celtic Variationsand it is actually on my "wish list" I have a longlist! I really just needed some guidance as towhat may be the best to move ahead at this time on my learning journey.
I have downloaded "Annie Laurie" and "Will Ye No' Come Back Again" from your site and I enjoy playing those.
Weather permitting I may be able to make it to the Pocono Festival in January.
Have a wonderful day!
Hi Nina, p[lease see my message in your INBOX.
I wasn't sure to post this info, but wanted to let people know that I've just added some new FREE TAB on my website www.ninazanetti.com . Go to the free tab page, and then scroll down to the bottom. The tune is "Slane", a beautiful Irish hymn sometimes known as "Be Thou my Vision" or "Lord of All Hopefulness". I've provided two different versions of the tune, one simple and one more complex; they could be played together, to provide variation in a performance. Both arrangements appear in both PDF and tabledit formats. This tune is one of my favorites and appears on my newest CD, "Beside Still Waters".