Annotation:Barber's Rag (The)

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X:1 T:Barber's Rag S:John W. "Dick" Summers (1887-1976, Marion, Indiana) M:C| L:1/8 R:Country Rag F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C ze|gage gage|gagb gage|cdcA cdcA|cdce cdcE| G2G2 GABc|d2g2g2ge|c2(g2+slide+c'2)a2|g6e2| ageg ageg|agbg agec|dcAc dcAc|dcec dcAF| G2 GA BABc|dg2a gege |abag eg d2|c6:|| |:EF|G2e4 d2|d2c4G2|A3(e f2)A2|A6A2| G3A B2c2|d2e2f2d2|c(ef)d eceg|a2g2e2c2| G2e4 d2|d2c4G2|A3A A2f2|A6A2| G^FGA BGBc|dBde fefg|a2Bc e2d2|[E6c6]|| EF|G2 e2 eged|cAGE CECD|[A,2F2]f2 {g}fefg|f2 Ac AcA2| G2 f2 {g}fefg|fdBd BGAB|cBcd edeg|aged cAGE| G2 e2 eged|cAGE CECD|[A,2F2]f2 {g}fefg|f2 Ac AcA2| G^FGA BGBc|dBde fefg|a2Bc e2d2|[E6c6]||

BARBER'S RAG, THE. American, Country Ragtime (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. The first strain is reminiscent of "Stone's Rag."

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Hear John W. Summers' field recording at Slippery Hill [1]

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