Coon Dog (4)
X:1 T:Coon Dog  N:From the playing of Vincent Crawford (1918-1996, Anderson N:County, north-central Ky.), recorded in the field in 1985 by John Harrod. M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Quick" D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/3571 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G [B2g2]-|[Bg]dBa g3e|d2B4[B2g2]-|[Bg]dBa g2d2| +slide+[e3e3]f [e2e2][B2g2]-| +slide+[Bg]dBa g3e|d2B4[D2A2]-|[DA]GFE D2F2|[G3B3]c [G2B2]:| +slide+[G2B2]-|[GB]DBc [G2B2]G2|+slide+[G3B3]c [G2B2][_E2B2]-|[=Ec]dcd [E2c2] G2 | [E3c3]d [E2c2][Dd]c| BGDc [G2B2]G2|+slide+[G3B3]c [G2B2][D2A2]-|[DA]GFE D2F2|[G3B3]c [G2B2]:|
COON DOG . AKA and see "Thumping/Thumbing Bug." American, Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune was in the repertory of Anderson County, north-central Kentucky, fiddler Vincent Crawford, Mercer County, central Ky., fiddler Cecil Thurman and others in their region, and coexisted with other "Coon Dog" named (but musically different) tunes. Elsewhere in Kentucky the tune was called "Thumping-" or "Thumbing Bug."