Annotation:Cameron Men's Polka (1)

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X: 1 P: Angus Polka #1 (Cameron Men's Polka #1) D: Boys of the Lough, Farewell and Remember Me Z: Nigel Gatherer scots-l 2002-9-3 (chords by John Chambers) M: 2/4 L: 1/16 K: D |: "D"A2f2 "G"B2g2|"D"A2f2 f2ef | "A7"gfed cdef | "E7"edcB "A7"AGFG | |"D"A2f2 "G"B2g2|"D"A2f2 f2ef |"Em"gfed "A7"cABc|1 "D"d2f2 d3B:|2 "D"d2f2 d3 z || |: "D"F2A2 ABAF | "G"G2B2 "Em"B2cB | "A7"A2cB AGFE |"D"DFAB "A7"A2AG | | "D"F2A2 ABAF | "G"G2B2 "Em"B2cB | "A7"ABcB AGFE |"D"D2F2 D2z2 :|]

CAMERON MEN('S) POLKA [1]. Scottish, Polka. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part (Bain): AABB (Miller & Perron). The title derives from the Angus-based group The Cameron Men; brothers William, James and George on fiddles, with Stewart on piano. They recorded numerous sides in the 78 RPM era, and this polka is sourced by Nigel Gatherer to the group's 1934 Beltona recording.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Bain (50 Fiddle Solos), 1989; p. 34. Miller & Perron (101 Polkas), 1978; No. 39.

Recorded sources: -CCF2, Cape Cod Fiddlers - "Concert Collection II" (1999).

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