Goodbye My Honey I'm Gone (2)

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X:1 T:Goodbye My Honey I'm Gone [2] N:From the playing of fiddler George Lee Hawkins N:(1904-1991, Bath County, northeastern Ky.), recorded N:in the field in 1946 for the Library of Congress by Artus Moser. M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Fast" D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/goodbye-my-honey-im-gone Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:Gmin c|-dg2a g2fg|agfa gfed|Bcde [d2f2][df]g|agfa gfdB| (c[c3g3])[c3g3]g|agfa gfdB|G2 GA B2c2|dfdc BG3A-| Bcdc BGFC|DG2A G3||G-|G4 +slide+B3c|dfdc BG2 A-|BcBF GF2C-| DFDA, B,A,G,A,|[C2F2][C2G2]B2c2|dfdc BG2A-|Bcdc BAFC|DG2A G3||



GOODBYE MY HONEY I'M GONE [2]. American, Reel (cut time). G Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. An archaic-sounding reel from the repertoire of fiddler George Lee Hawkins (1904-1991, Bath County, northeastern Ky.), who was recorded for the Library of Congress fortwo days in April, 1946, at the Renfro Valley (Ky.) Folk Festival by Artus Moser. Hawkins was in his prime at the time, and his playing is skillful and unique.


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Recorded sources : - Library of Congress AFS 07932 B01, George Lee Hawkins (1946)

See also listing at :
Hear George L. Hawkins' 1946 recording at Slippery Hill [1]



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