Cincinnati Rag (3)

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X: 1 T: Cincinnati Rag [3], The M: C L: 1/8 S: printed MS handed out at 2006/11/4 NOMAD session Z: 2006 John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu> F:http://jc.tzo.net/~jc/music/abc/Contra/rag/CincinnatiRag_C.abc K: C age \ | "C"g4 zage | c6 G2 | "F"Ac2d cAc2 | "C"G4 zage | "C"g4 zage | c6 ^c2 | "D"d2e^f- fed2 | "G"g4 z || age \ | "C"g4 zage | c6 G2 | "F"Ac2d cAc2 | "C"G4 zGAB | "F"cBcc "F#dim"dcAc | "C"G2ga "A7"ge^cd | "D7"e4 "G7"ecd2 | "C"c6 |] AB \ | "C"c2c2 AGEG | ABcB AGED | "C"[E4C4] "F"[F4C4] | "C"[E4C4] A,B, | "C"C2cG AGED | C2cB AGEG | "D7"Bd3 dBA2 | "G"G6 || A,B, \ | "C"C2cG AGED | C2cG AGEC | "F"A,4 C4 | "E"B,8 | "F"A,G,A,B, "F#dim"CB,CD | "C"EG2A "A7"GAE2 | "D7"E4 "G"ECD2 | "C"C4 z |]



Cincinnati Rag [3]. American, Country Rag. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABCD. Recorded in 1930 on 78 RPM by Virginia guitarist Byrd Moore (1889-1949) and fiddler Clarence Greene in Richmond, Indiana, for Champion Records, a subsidiary label of Gennett Records. It was not a hit, and sold only seventy-six copies in the first year and a half after its release, earning the musicians only a couple of dollars in royalties.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Songer (Portland Collection, vol. 2), 2005; p. 39.

Recorded sources: -Champion 16357 (78 RPM), Moore and Greene (1930).

See also listing at:
Hear the Red Mountain White Trash's recording at Slippery Hill [1]



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