David Talisman
HAWAIIAN SLACK 2
By: David Talisman
Catalog ID: 326269   Duration: 2:08   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 99   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Music | Hawaiian Music
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Solo Hawaiian slack guitar, calm and tranquil, very soothing and heartening. Slack guitar became popular in the 1960s and again in the 1970s during the Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance, but is thought to have developed in the 1800s in Hawaii.   Keywords: Slack Guitar Means to Begin With a Classically Tuned Steel Guitar, Then the Player 'De-Tunes' Or Slightenly Loosens the Strings. Heartwarming, Beautiful



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