Annotation:Dry Gin Rag

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X:1 T:Dry Gin Rag S:Willie Narmour (1889-1961) and Shellie Smith (1895-1968) (Carroll County, Mississippi) M:C| L:1/8 R:Country Rag Q:"Moderately quick" D:OKeh 45390 (78 RPM), Narmour & Smith (1930) F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C g>g g>g-||agec GABc |d2 A>B A2[A2e2] |fgfd B2 fd|A2 G/G/G G2g2| agec GABc |d2 A>B A2[A2e2] |fgfd BGAB|[E3c4]c [E2c2]|| G2|E4 F2G-F|EGcd edcA|E4 F2(GF)|EGce g4| g4 g2(e<g)|agec G2F2|E4 F2G-F|EGcd edcA| G2 Ac BGAB-|cB d2 [E2c2] g2-||

DRY GIN RAG. American, Country Rag (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). From the playing of biography:Willie Narmour and Sherril Smith of Carroll County, Mississippi. Narmour and Smith recorded the tune twice: first for Okeh Records in New York in Sept., 1929 (released in 1930), and again with their second record company, Victor, in 1934 (released on Victor's subsidiary Bluebird label).

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - Bluebird 5669 (78 RPM), Narmour & Smith (1934). County Records, Rafe Stefanini - "Ladies Fancy" (2015). Document Records DOCD 8066, "Narmour & Smith Vol.2 Complete Recorded Works (1930-1934)" (1998). OKeh Records 45390 (78 RPM), Narmour & Smith (1930).

See also listing at:
Hear Narmour and Smith's recording at Slippery Hill [1] and [2]

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