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Ariel Hornpipe

Genre: Old-Time  Key: A  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 6/3/2013
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Notes: Transcribed from the YouTube video. It's Stinnett's setting of a New England / Cape Breton hornpipe also known as Ball and Pin Hornpipe. The Ariel was a clipper ship. It's an easy tune with kind of a tricky melody.

Dry and Dusty, Missouri setting

Genre: Old-Time  Key: D  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 3/18/2012
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Fox chase

Genre: Old-Time  Key: A  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 6/3/2013
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Notes: I really liked this tune, so I learned it from the video on YouTube. It's deceptively simple for a four-parter. Stinnett gets a lot of music out of not so many notes sometimes.

Lost Indian

Genre: Bluegrass  Key: D  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 2/1/2010 - 1 Member Comments
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Money Musk - Bob Walters

Genre: Old-Time  Key: A  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 6/9/2013
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Notes: This is a transcription of the recording on http://slippery-hill.com/RP/018-MoneyMusk.mp3. It bears little resemblance to the transcription in Christeson. It's a great example of the best in Missouri Valley Old Time music, with 4 parts and variations on two of them. Not to hard to play, but can sure befuddle the ear. I've played through it a lot, comparing it with the recording, and I think I have it pretty much right. Christeson's reed organ drowns out the fiddle in some places, and the fidelity of the wire recorder adds to the difficulty of hearing, as well.

Ragtime Annie, Eck Robertson

Key: D  Tuning: Standard  Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KCFiddles, updated: 4/2/2013 - 1 Member Comments
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Notes: Finally got around to revising this to make it more readable with Musescore. The old software I had wouldn't let me do a lot of things. This is, I think, an accurate transcription of Eck's first time through each section on the CD. I've played it in MIDI against the recording, and against the way I play it (learned from the recording), and can't find any deviations. If you do, let me know and I'll edit. If anybody wants the Musescore file or a universal format, I can probably load that up as well.

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