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Banjo Lessons: Composition Part 3: 30 Seconds to a Minute Part 1 - “Napa Scramble”

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[MUSIC]
Okay,
here's another strategy for composing.
Bill Monroe is once, was once known to
have said,
I can write a tune in 30 seconds to a
minute.
And I took that up as a challenge to see
if I could do it and I've,
I've come up with a few of these things.
So I'm gonna see if I can do one right now
and the clock will be running here.
So let's see what comes out.
[MUSIC]
Okay.
I'm not saying it's Beethoven's Ninth
Symphony, but
it's something that came out, and you
could work with that.
So why don't you do one of your own, and
send us a video of it?
Let's see, see what you can come up with.
30 seconds to a minute, no more.
Not a minute and a second.
It has to be a minute or less.
Okay, good luck.
[MUSIC]