Cameron Men's Polka (2)

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X: 1 T:Cameron Men's Polka No.2 D:Boys of the Lough, Farewell and Remember Me Z:Nigel Gatherer N:Transposed down an octave M:2/4 L:1/16 K:A E2c2 c3B | A2F2 F3A | E2A2 AGAB | c2B2 B3z | E2c2 c3B | A2F2 F3A | E2A2 BABc | B2A2 A3z :| C2E2 EFED | C2E2 EFED | C2E2 A2c2 | BABc B2E2 | C2E2 EFED | C2E2 E3A | F2A2 G2B2 | c2A2 A3z :|



CAMERON MEN('S) POLKA [2]. Scottish, Polka. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part (Bain): AABB (Miller & Perron). The title derives from the group from Angus called The Cameron Men, fiddlers William, James and George on fiddles, and Stewart on piano--all brothers. They made numerous recordings in the 78 RPM era, and Nigel Gatherer sources this polka to the group's 1934 Beltona recording.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Bain (50 Fiddle Solos), 1989; No. 23. Miller & Perron (101 Polkas), 1978; No. 40.

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



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