Heel and Toe Polka (3)

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X:1 T:Heel and Toe Polka [3] M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Polka S:Ford - Traditional Music in America (1940) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G (DB)BB | (DB)BB | G/F/G/B/ ed | dA A2 | |1 (DA)AA | (DA)AA | F/E/F/G/ BA | AG D2 :| |2 c/B/c/e/ ge | eddc | BBAA | GGGz || K:C G2 cE | GGGz | (G/E/)C/E/ Gc | B3z | G2 d>F | AA A2 | F/B,/D/F/ AG | c3z | g2 e>E | GGGz | G/E/C/E/ Gc | A3 ^G/A/ | f3 ^G/A/ | e3 e/f/ | g/a/b/c'/ d'g | c'c'/c'/ c'z ||



HEEL AND TOE POLKA [3]. The second part of this tune is part of the March from the Opera Fatinitza written by Franz von Suppe in 1876. The German folk song "Du Bist Verruckt Mein Kind" uses the same melody.


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Ford (Traditional Music in America), 1940;






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