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X:1 T:Adrian's Reel S:Fred Stoneking (1933-2009, Mo.) M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Reel R:Quick D:Voyager Records, Fred Stoneking - Play Me Something Quick D:and Devilish (2013). F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/content/adrians-reel Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G G,B,DB, G,B,DE|G2 GB ABGE|CEGE CEGB|c2ed edBG| AGFE DFAB|d2 df edef|gagd egd2|1[G3B3][Gc] [GB][GA]GD:|2[G2B2][GB][Gc] [G2B2]|| +slide+g2-gdga g3a|b2ba gage|c3(c/d/ e2)g2|bagb agge| f2df efdd|adfd edef|1gdBG dBAG|+slide+B2+slide+B2 ABGG:|2 gdBG dBAF|G2 GA G4||



ADRAIN'S REEL. American, Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "Adrian's Reel" is from the playing of Missouri fiddler Fred Stoneking (1933-2009), born Chilhowee, Johnson County, Missouri. The hornpipe was also in the repertory fiddlers Pete McMahon and Dwight Lamb, and was also played by Fred's father, Lee Stoneking (1907-1989), a farmer who was among the best fiddlers of his generation in west central Missouri (recorded in the field playing the tune in the 1970's). It may, however, have been named for Iowa fiddler Fred Adreon (1871-1949), who was the source for "Adrian's Hornpipe."


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Recorded sources : - Caney Mountain Records CLP 230, Lonnie Robertson - "Old Time Fiddle Tunes By Lonnie Robertson - One Of Missouri's Best Old Time Fiddlers" 1975). Field Recorders Collective FRC 708, "Lee Stoneking: Missouri Fiddle & Banjo Playing" (2015). Voyager Recordings VOY-366-CD, Pete McMahan - "50 Old-TIme Fiddle Gems"." Voyager Recordings, VRCD 377,Fred Stoneking - "Play Me Something Quick and Devilish" (2013. Recorded in 1977).

See also listing at :
Hear Fred Stoneking playing the tune in 1977 at Slippery Hill [1]



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