Bumblebee on a Gourd Vine
X:1 T:Bumblebee on a Gourdvine N:From the playing of Benny Thomasson (1909-1984, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Tx.) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Very Quick" N:AEac# tuning (fiddle) N:"+" = pizzicato note D:Voyager VRCD 34, Benny Thomasson - "Say Old Man, Can D:You Play the Fiddle?" (1999) D:County Records CD 2737, "Benny Thomasson Legendary Texas Fiddler" (2005) D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/bumblebee-gourdvine Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A AB|c2 cB c2 cB|cecA B-AFG|ABce cBAF|1ECEF- A2 :|2ECEF- A2A2|| |:"+"c2 "+"A2"+"c2 "+"A2|"+"c2 "+"A2 BAFA|"+"c2 "+"A2"+"c2 "+"A2|ECEF- A2A2:| |:A,CEG A2Ac|BAFG A2AF|ECEG A2 cA|BAFG A2 ((3AGF| E)CEG AGAc|BAFG A2AB|cecA BAFA|E[AA][AA]B A2:||
Texas gourd flowers have a floral aroma that attracts pollinators, primarily honey bees and specialized squash bees, but also lures insects that harm the flowers, such as the striped cucumber beetle.