Heather Bloom


This is one of Kirby’s best-known solos, being an arrangement of two Scottish melodies, — ‘Annie Laurie’ and ‘Loch Lomond’ — with just a snatch of ‘A Hundred Pipers’ in the introduction, and including two original sections in Morley style.   It was recorded by Kirby in 1930, and the discs sold very well, but unfortunately his contract was with the Piccadilly Company which made no more banjo records, and failed a little later.    The solo involves a few examples of quick shifting, but taken at a steady tempo it can make a rewarding addition to the average banjoist’s repertoire.

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Weight 0.04 kg
Dimensions 210 × 297 × 1 cm

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