Uh-Oh, I am sorry that I made you feel that way. I practiced the song in the old version and was coming to enjoy the little bit of jockeying to and fro. There was a grace to that arrangement.I hope you don't think I was criticizing your work. I thank you for these and that's why you are one of the two blogs that I put on Humble Baritonics.
I am glad that you kept the old version too!
I was kidding, Jeff, about you cracking the whip. But you did catch me out, as this was one instance when I got ahead of myself: in my haste to share a new discovery, I put out the tabs without properly trying them out and making adjustments. The main thing is, you were paying attention! Thank you.
I so enjoy your work. I decided to look back on all your posts and read everyones comments. My breath was taken away when I saw a comment from my dear friend John Kavanagh. He was a true lover of classical music and his ukulele (Frank) and so inspired me to learn about this genre and play on for my dear friend. Thanks for this gift today. Cheers!Heidi
Thank you, Heidi, for your kind words. John was indeed one of the first to post a comment on this blog shortly after its inception: I'm sorry I did not have a chance to meet him.