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Old 01-27-2001, 07:07 AM   #4
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Good points PWB49, it is mental and it takes a lot to get over it. But the more you are comfortable around Ole man drum and the more you respect the drum the easier songs will come to you. Thats if you have worked on them to learn them right.......

Since were on the subject of Gourd songs a friend brought a great point last weekend. When you lead a gourd song keep it in the eight set of songs. Like of other types of songs you have you slow, medium, and fast songs....Make sure you were a song fits. Cause a slow song at the end of a gourd dance kills the whole think. I have seen it happen..So order is just has important as being able to lead the song.

As a friend tells me all the time every song has its place and time to be sung.

TMS

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