Bonapartes Retreat - Erynn Marshall - Tune Tramp (CD, Album)

1 min read

About the author


View all posts


  • The Bonaparte Retreat Restaurant has a widespread reputation as an outstanding restaurant in an old grist mill. In addition to its stunning decor - - Bonaparte's Retreat is known for its good food. Customers regularly come from a mile radius to eat at Bonaparte's Retreat. Their Guestbook contains signatures from all over the world.
  • Explore releases from The Bonaparte's at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Bonaparte's at the Discogs Marketplace.
  • Oct 23,  · Bonaparte's Retreat Glen Campbell Album Capitol Albums Collection [Intro] Eb [Verse 1] Eb Met the girl I-I love in a town way down in Dixie Beneath the stars up above She was the sweetest girl I ever did see [Chorus 1] Bb So I held her in my arms and told her of her many charms, I Eb Kissed her while the guitars played Bb Eb The Bonaparte's.
  • Print and download Bonaparte's Retreat sheet music composed by American Fiddle Tune arranged for Piano. Instrumental Solo in D Major. SKU: MN
  • It was released in July as the album's second single. Campbell's version peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada. Willie Nelson also covered the song as a bonus track on the reissue of his concept album Red Headed Stranger.
  • Here is a fun D tune, with the fiddle NOT in DDAD, from a jam with some of the great guys from the Atlas Stringband at Fiddle Tunes ' Here's some of our Bonaparte's Retreat, and some likely tab too. This great A tune is from John Salyer, recorded at Fiddle Tunes ' I .
  • May 26,  · Re: bonaparte's retreat sheet music /copland/stepp version You can get the sheet music at Do a search, click on ' session tune Bonapartes Retreat ' and the top banner then gives you the options, ie sheet music, ABC etc.
  • One of the best-known pieces from the archive is a distinctive version of the fiddle tune “Bonaparte’s Retreat,” recorded by Alan and Elizabeth Lomax in Salyersville, Kentucky, in According to the American Folklife Center’s founding director, Alan Jabbour, “Bonaparte’s Retreat” is probably Irish in origin, and was used for.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *