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  1. Russell
    February 12th, 2016 @ 8:40 pm

    Nice arrangement, very helpful instructions for both hands. The only question I have, and my ear is not good enough to pick it up in the playing, is the switch between plucking when five or less note chords are played, and the thee occasions when 6 note chords are played and presumably strummed. Perhaps the players skill is being modestly displayed.