[Dixielandjazz] Delete if you're not interested in key/tonecolor

Scott Anthony santh at pacbell.net
Thu Oct 5 14:51:31 PDT 2006

Eddie Peabody tuned up a whole step to make his banjo sound brighter. 
Consequently, I learned a lot of tunes (that should have been in C) in the 
key of D when I started playing.

Scott Anthony

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> I'm not sure about the UK bands, but according to the  biography "Trumpet
> Blues", Harry James would tune his entire section  slightly sharp to give 
> them a
> "brighter" sound.  Maybe it is a concept  rooted in truth.
> Lewis D.  Custode, Jr., CLU, ChFC, CASL
> Trumpet/Vocalist
> "Barroom Buzzards"
> Buffalo, NY
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