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Gitlitz, PaulPaul Gitlitz
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The Unfortunate Hoe

The Unfortunate Hoe
Paul Gitlitz


Piano, Violin, Guitar
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Paul Gitlitz
Paul Gitlitz
Instrumentation

Piano, Violin, Guitar

Style

Celtic

Date2008
CopyrightPaul Gitlitz © All rights reserved
Source / WebGlitchless Productions
Added by paul-gitlitz, 19 Feb 2008

2 comments



By torca-marcelo , at 00:00
torca-marcelo

Parabéns pela partitura e pela música!
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By alexandre-pappas , at 09:34
alexandre-pappas

I Like to wake up and dance in the morning in my home with this music.
It is so refreshing and amusing so I start my day very happy with it .
GO ON GITLITZ,GO ON!!!!!!
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Informations of Paul Gitlitz
Hello fellow musicians,
Written on 2009-02-18 by paul-gitlitz
I am happy to have seen the vast number of downloads my tunes have had over the years. I'm even happier to have heard comments from those of you who have written.
I know not all speak English, but I love to hear from you. Comments are welcome whether good or bad, since it helps me find out what others seek in the music they love.
I have had a tune negatively commented on and realized I chose to call it a Tango when it was a Reel with a bit of a Tango feel.
This may be exciting for a player of reels and very disappointing for a Tango player.
I am altering most of my tunes to be listed as Celtic although some sound American or Russian or Latin they are basically all coming from the 32 bar fiddle tune common to Celtic music and intended to be used for dancers. The bulk of the tunes are reels, jigs, and waltzes with a few polkas, hornpipes, airs and swing tunes. Even the swing tunes are really reels with a swing feel.
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