Devil on a Stump

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X:1 T:Devil on a Stump S:Hollow Rock String Band M:C| L:1/8 D: F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/devil-stump Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C [e4e4][e2e2]([e2e2]|e)(dc2)A2G2|[B3g3](f [B2g2]) [B2g2]-|[Bg]gag edc2| [de]-[ee][ee] [ee]-[e2e2]g2-|gedc B2A2-|A2BG(AB) G2|[E3c3]d [E4c4]:| |:(D|E2)[E2c2]E2[E2c2]|EE[Ec][Ec] [E2A2]G2-|GABG [G2A2][G2B2]|GG[GB]G (AB)G2| G2([GA][GB])[G2c2]([GA][GB])|cccc A2G2-|GABG ([GA][GB])G2|[E3c3]B [E3c3]:|]



DEVIL ON A/THE STUMP. Old-Time, Breakdown. USA, Kentucky. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABB (Phillips/Stamper): AABB (Phillips/Jabbour). Some variations of this tune may go under the name "Devil in the Kitchen." The tune appears to be related to the "Wagner"/"Wagoner (1)" family of tunes. The musical motif of the first several measures of the first strain is shared with several tunes in 'C' major in American 'old-time' tradition, including "Lets go Boys the Party's over," "Battle of Droop Mountain," "Fun's All Over (1) (The)," and "Wag'ner One Step."


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Kentucky fiddler Art Stamper [Phillips]; Alan Jabbour with the Hollow Rock String Band (N.C.) [Phillips].

Printed sources : - Phillips ('Traditional American Fiddle Tunes, vol. 1), 1994; pp. 69 & 70.

Recorded sources : - County CD2712, Art Stamper - "The Lost Fiddler" (c. 1982).

See also listing at :
Hear the Hollow Rock String Band Recoding at Slippery Hill [1]



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