Pete's Tune


Pete’s Tune


Pete Radcliffe was a history teacher at our school.  He lived at the end of our road and was a keen guitarist.  I’d started playing, and he introduced me to some of his favourites, Larry Coryell, John McLaughlin, Al Di Meola.  Pete didn’t take a guitar group at school but this piece was written very much with that in mind.  It’s in 6 parts: 4 lines are for students or early starters, and are fairly simple.  Then there’s a bass line for a more advanced member of the group, and a part for the teacher, Pete’s part I suppose, which fills in the chords.  A simple, catchy tune, with the sort of chords we were listening to at the time.  Pete invited the whole history class over one night and cooked a fantastic salmon fondue.  I kept the recipe for years.

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A happy little tune, for happy little guitarists (Grade I?), and their teacher playing the not-very-difficult chords.

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