Three Row TUNES

This tune is an example of using the third row of buttons to obtain a better flow of a passage. The g notes marked "x" are the only pushes in a run of pull notes. Playing them as xL2^ gives a smoother sound.

Played AAB as written gives a 24 bar tune often useful in the sets.


Bowral Jig

The Bowral Jig comes from the scottish style fiddle playing of Frank Collins whose tunes were recorded on acetate disc in Goulburn in the 1950's. After his death the discs were kept by relatives who made them available to John Meredith and Chris Sullivan.

The third bar needs the third row xL1^ for the Bb notes. The g notes mark with the "x" can be played xL2^ for a smoother flow.