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X:1 T:Cheat Mountain C:Cecil & John Snow M:C| L:1/8 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D f2a2 aba(e|f2)d2d2(3[de][ce][Be]|Ac[ce]c A[A2e2]e |[Af]e d2[df]>e| a2aa abag|f2d2d2(3[de][ce][Be]|Ac[ce]c A[A2e2]e |[Af]e d2[df]>e| a2ab aaae|f2d2d2(3[de][ce][Be]|Ac[ce]c A[A2e2]e |[Af]e d2[d2f2]|| DE|F2[FA][FA] [FB][F2B2][FA][FB]-|[FB][FA][FA][FB] [F2B2]BF|G2[GB][GB] [Gc][Gc}[GB][GA]|G2[GB][GB] [Gc][Gc]AE| F2[FA][FA] [FB][F2B2][FA][FB]-|[FB][FB][FA][FB] [F2A2][FA]-|[FB][FB][FB][FA] [FB]A F2|D4:||

CHEAT MOUNTAIN. American, Reel (cut time). USA, West Virginia. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. There is a Cheat Mountain in eastern West Virginia. West Virginia fiddler Israel Welch played Cheat Mountain for square dances in the eastern panhandle of the state.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Armin Barnet (Seattle, Washington) [Songer].

Printed sources : - Songer (Portland Collection), 1997; p. 47.

See also listing at :
Hear Cecil & John Snow's field recording at Slippery Hill [1]

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