This instrumental tune originates from old time fiddle music. Here Tom Bekeny plays it in a lower tempo with a vamp.
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Alright, let us move on to another piece, this is an instrumental piece, called Soldier’s Joy, in the key of D Major and this is really I believe comes from fiddle music, old time fiddle music and found its way into the Bluegrass Repertoire. Key of D Major and it sounds like this.
Play it maybe a little bit slower tempo at first and then, take it a little quicker. I also started off like I showed in violin Cabbage Down and in setting the tempo with the just kind of a vamp.
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