Blue Goose (1)
X:1 T:Blue Goose  T:Grey Goose T:Susan's Gone S:Buddy Thomas (1935-1974, northeastern Ky.) M:C| L:1/8 D:Round 0032, Buddy Thomas - Kitty Puss (1976) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/blue-goose Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G ef|g2g2+slide+b3b|a2g2e3g|edBA GBAG|EG2[GB] [G2B2]ef| g2g2 b3a|baga edef|gedc BGAG|E[G,2G2] [G,G] [G,2G2]|| |:([DB][Dc]|[D2d2])[D2d2][DB][DA][DB][Dc]|[D2d2][DB][DA] G2[DB][Dc]|[D2d2][Dd][Dd] [DB][DA]G[DB]|[DA]FDF G2:|| P:Alternate 'B' part |:([DB][Dc]|[D2d2])[D2d2][DB][DA][DB][Dc]|[D2d2][DB][DA] G2 [DA][Dc]|[DB][Dd][De][Dd] [DB][DA]G[DB]|[DA]FDF G2:||
BLUE GOOSE , THE. AKA - "Grey Goose," "Susan's Gone." American, Reel (cut time). USA, northeastern Kentucky. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune is a variant of the better-known "Barlow Knife (1)" (see note for "Barlow Knife (1)"). Mark Wilson also notes that the tune was called "Boatin'/Boating Up Sandy (7)" in the Portsmouth, Ohio, region (although that name has been used for several tunes). See also Glen Lyn, Virginia, fiddler Henry Reed's "Cabin Creek (1)," another tune in the "Barlow Knife" family.