Annotation:Aunt Polly

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X:1 T:Aunt Polly S:Earl Collins (Missouri/Oklahoma/Calif.) M:C L:1/8 N:DDad (fiddle) N:Drone liberally throughout. Play 1st strain an octave higher 2nd time through. D: F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D (F/G/F) D2 (F/G/F) D2|F2A2F3(F|A2)A2FEDF|E2F2 F4| (F/G/F) D2 (F/G/F) D2|F2A2F4|(F/G/F) D2 E2F2|1D8:|2 D6|| |:(3ABc|d2d2- ddfe|d3B A2(Bc|d2)dB A2EF|(E/F/E) D2 E2F2|D6 (3ABc| d2d2- ddfe|d3B A2(Bc|d2)dB A2EF|(E/F/E) D2 E2F2|D8||

AUNT POLLY. American, Air or March Tune (whole time). D Major. DDad tuning (fiddle). AB. "Aunt Polly", a march-like melody, is from the playing of fiddler Earl Collins, who was born and raised in Missouri, removed to Oklahoma in adulthood, and finally resided in southern California. The piece is played with drones throughout, giving it a 'bagpipey' sound.

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Hear Earl Collins play the tune at Slippery Hill [1]

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