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6/8 IN F AND B FLAT

 

1. Nameless tune played by Bill Bigford, accompanied by Paul Gifford, dulcimer, Marion, Michigan, Winter 1977.

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2. Nameless tune played by Wilbur Brown, accompanied by Pete Keller, tenor banjo, Dan Johnston, piano, and Paul Gifford, dulcimer, Harbor Springs, Michigan, September 6, 1977.

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3. Nameless tune in F and B flat played by Bill Cameron, Brimley, Michigan, accompanied by Paul Gifford, piano, August 13, 1977.

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4. Nameless tune played by Varsal Fales and Les Raber, accompanied by Bud Pierce, guitar, Paul Gifford, piano, and William White, dulcimer, Hastings, Michigan, June 14, 1981.

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5. Nameless tune played by Edward Kranz, accompanied by various instruments, at jamboree, Port Hope, Michigan, April 30, 1977. This resembles the first change of Cub Berdan's Pacific Quadrille, in G/D/G/C.

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6. Nameless tune played by Gale McAfee, accompanied by Paul Gifford, dulcimer, Manton, Michigan, May 1976.

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7. Nameless tune in B flat and F played by Russ Nelson, accompanied by Paul Gifford, second fiddle, William White, guitar, Lansing, Michigan, January 7, 1978. I think he probably learned this from his father. Wilbur Brown played a 2/4 version of this, but I think this is the original, as I heard another person play this, although I have no clue to its origin.

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8. [Fagin's] played by Russ Nelson, accompanied by Paul Gifford, guitar, Lansing, Michigan, January 7, 1978. This probably also came from his father. I found this in a book under this title, but have forgotten the specifics.

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