Annotation:Frosty Morning (3)

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X:1 T:Frosty Morning [3] N:From the playing of John Morgan Salyer (1882-1952, Salyersville, Magoffin County, eastern Ky.) N:recorded at home 1940/41 by his sons on a disc player M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Air N:AEac# tuning (fiddle) Q:"Brisk N:A low 'A' drone note is bowed underneath the pizzicato notes ("+") D:Berea Sound Archives Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A AB|Sc2c2 cB|cB A2 EA|c2c2B2|c4 AB| c2c2 cB |cB A2 EA|F2A2 c2|A4|| A2|:[A,2E2]f2e2|[A,2E2]e2ec|e2e2ef|ec c2AB| [c2c2][c2c2][c2c2]|+slide+[cc]BA2 AB|[c2c2][c2c2]cB|1[c4c4]cE:|2 [c4c4]AB|| [c2c2][c3c3]B|cBA2 EA|F2A2c2|A4|| "drone"A,8|:"+"E2"+"c2"+"A2|"+"E2"+"c2"+"A2|"+"E2"+"c2"+"A2|[E2A2][F4A4]-|[F2A2][F2A2][FA][FA]| [E2A2][EA][EA] [EA][EA]|E2A2B2|1r{B}c4"drone"A,2:|2E2A2B2|A4"drone"A,2:|3 E2A2B2S||

FROSTY MORNING [3]. AKA and see "Drunken Hiccups (1)," "Rye Whiskey (1)." American, Air (3/4 time). A Major. AEac# tuning (fiddle). ABB'CDD'D". "Frosty Morning [3]" is Magoffin County, east Kentucky, fiddler biography:John Salyer's (1882-1952) version of the air better known as "Rye Whiskey (1)" or "Drunken Hiccups (1)." It retains much of the same features of those tunes, including melodic contour, cross-tuning (AEac#), and use of pizzicato notes, though details differ somewhat. Salyer plays it at a very brisk walking pace. The "Frosty Morning" title is unique to his playing.

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Hear John Salyer's 1940-41 home recording at Berea Sound Archives [1]

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