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Blues Vintage:
Yes, that's fine by me.

Johnm:
Hi all,
I've created a Piano Instrumentals page in Weeniepedia, joining the two other piano pages that were already up there. I will continue to add to it as folks post other piano instrumentals. The page lists the tunes, with keys indicated when you click on them and the players, with links to threads that mention them.
All best,
Johnm

Johnm:
Hi all,
I have the Piano Instrumentals page up in Weeniepedia, and I've entered all of the instrumentals that have been posted so far, with the keys of the tunes indicated and pages on the different players. If a given player already had a page up in one of the earlier piano Weeniepedia pages, his page will stay in whatever page his first piece was posted in, Piano Players/Blues Singers for self-accompanied singers, or Piano Accompanists, for pianists accompanying other singers.

On a completely different topic, I wonder if any of you ever go to the Song Family pages. I think they're really interesting and there are so many different versions transcribed of many of the songs, all with links to the threads in which the songs were originally posted and transcribed.
All best,
Johnm

Blues Vintage:
Looks good. I think Whistling Alex Moore's Blues was played in G.

Thomas8:
Thanks John, I've found the most common pre-war piano key positions to be C,Eb,F,G,Ab,Bb

So any instrumentals in the more common keys found today such as A,B,D and E are probably sped up or slowed down or recorded on a piano tuned down

Heifer Dust - Bb
Whistlin' Alex Moore's Blues - G
Windy City - Bb

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