Olá fire, here you go.
Foster was to Americana as Gonzaga was to Baião, one of the most enduring pre-civil war American songwriters and I (used to) always play a few of his tunes at senior events. Unlike Gonzaga, he never found fame, and died tragically at age 37 in 1864. Boa sorte!
Thanks!! This arrangement in the "bassland" It will help me a lot.FS,
I have another arrangement:
Hi Dingo, I think there are two possibilities:
1. They are indicating that the melody is the two half notes, but that you can play the other notes as a variation.
2. You hold down the C and F notes for two beats each, while playing the other notes with a different finger. Sort of a harmony. You get to choose the fingers that you use. Obviously, in this case you do not "play" the C quarter note.
Same in measures 6,7, etc.
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