Begin the Beguine (Musician's P.O.V.) Ukulele





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Published on Sep 22, 2012

The FoOP JAZZ TRIO play Begin the Beguine. "Begin the Beguine" was written around about 1935 by Cole Porter. A "Beguine" is a style of music and dance, and in particular a slow, close couples' dance. The FoOP JAZZ TRIO features Steven Strauss on electric concert ukulele, Ed Johnson on wash-tub bass ("gutbucket"), and Cynthia Wilson on the drums. This music was recorded on September 22, 2012.

Videographed and sound engineered (such as it is) by Pip R. Lagenta. The video and audio are edited by Pip R. Lagenta.

The FoOP JAZZ TRIO, or Friends of Old Puppy, play at the Nabolom Bakery in Berkeley, every Saturday morning (starting at 10 a.m.).

["Point-of-view", or "p.o.v.", are shots that use camera angles to record the scene from a particular player's viewpoint.]

"(Annoyed Grunt)"
-- Recorded LIVE! --
Berkeley, California

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