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  • Derroll Adams: Critiques de Banjo Troubadour | The Official Derroll Adams Site
    DE BANJO TROUBADOUR Critiques Le Canard Folk Disques du mois Marc Bauduin Mars 2015 Focus Le VIF L EXPRESS Belgicana Philippe C Février 2015 Présentation de Banjo Troubadour le jeudi 19 février 2015 à Den Hopsack Antwerpen Télécharger l affiche Derrière eux une peinture de Derroll Adams Photo Anne Fournier Photo Anne Fournier Le Cri du Coyote n 144 Printemps 2015 Texte et photos Alain et Anne Fournier A la

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/fr/banjo-troubadour-critiques.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Derroll Adams banjo techniques by Walter De Peuter | Basics Mobile Devices
    of all learned techniques till now It is the intro of Derroll s song called The Skunk as found on Along the way Derroll played it using drop thumbing but it suits us now to play it with the untill now known techniques Your browser does not support HTML5 video Your browser does not support HTML5 video Top of page Hammering on brush off By Golly isn t this something This is the essential trick I wasn t able to find see intro Saying it with Derroll s words I was sitting by the stove with my shoes off fooling around on the banjo and there it was the technique I never saw by any other banjo picker as far as I know This must definitely be Derroll s own contribution to the universal banjo techniques Doing a normal hammering on pulling off the pulled off note is always lower than the hammered one because we stay on the same string Not so with Derroll Here the pulled off note is higher The whole trick is to hammer on a string and then brush down over the next higher string with the same finger Sounds easy but needs some time to become right So here we go On 1 the middle finger of the LEFT hand hammers on the 4th string in position 2 On 2 the middle finger of the LEFT hand brushes down over the 3th open string Then the right hand makes the simple basic strum If you want to master the banjo in Derroll s style this trick is a must to learn He used it ever since his first recordings and is essential for his style You will not find this technique yet in the songs tabs I hope to correct this in the upcoming ones Anyway you can replace most of the hammer ons pull offs with this new find Your browser does not support HTML5 video Top of page Double thumbing A different way of picking The thumb plays the melody alternating with the fifth string The middle finger plays the first string Your browser does not support HTML5 video Top of page Drop thumbing Unlike double thumbing the thumb plays on the 2dn and 4th time like we are used to in the basic strum The middlefinger plays the melody strings while drop thumbing The thumb drops to the 2nd or 3th string on the 2nd time to fill in with an extra note This is exactly the same way drop thumbing is used in the old clawhammer style Combining all the above shown techniques gives you a pretty close idea of Derroll s way of playing Sample of I ain t got no home as found in Patrick Ferryn s Movie I was born in Portland Town Your browser does not support HTML5 video Top of page Walz tempo A banjo can walz too Just count from 1 to 6 over and over again On 1 pluck up the 2nd string

    Original URL path: http://www.derrolladams.org/walter/mobile/basics.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Derroll Adams banjo techniques by Walter De Peuter | Songs Mobile Devices
    and De Muziekdoos Your browser does not support HTML5 video Your browser does not support HTML5 video Watch Derroll himself play the song Top of page Oregon This song was written by Tucker Zimmerman especially for Derroll It can be found on 65th Bithday concert Songs of the banjoman and Along the way Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Deep Elm Blues It can be found on Feelin Fine Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page The Sky It can be found on Feelin fine Songs of the banjoman and Banjoman Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Dixie Darling It can be found on Live Along the way and Banjoman Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Freight Train Blues It can be found on Feelin Fine Live and Banjoman Your browser does not support this audio format Watch Derroll himself play the song Top of page Love Song It can be found on Banjoman Feelin Fine and Songs of the banjoman Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Mr Rabbit It can be found on Feelin Fine and the film by Patrick Ferryn It is a good example of the drop thumb technique Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Memories It can be found on Songs of the banjoman Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page Cluck Old Hen It can be found on Along the way Your browser does not support this audio format Top of page The Valley It can be found on Live Feelin fine and Songs of the banjoman Here is your opportunity to practice the Hammer on Brush off technique Your browser does

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