Indian Nation (4)

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X:1 T:Indian Nation [4] T:Betty Baker [1] N:Hiram Stamper (1893-1992, Knott County, eastern Kentucky), recorded by Bruce N:Greene, Jan., 1977. M:C| L:1/8 N:GDad tuning (fiddle) Q:"Fast" D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G B-[dd]-|[dd] [d3d3]- [dd]e[dd]B|AGBG AG D2 [D2A2]|[DA]-[D2B2]d BA G2|AGEG D2[DB]A| [D2B2]Bd BA GG|AGEG D2[D2B2]|[DB]ABd BAGG|AGEG D2[D2B2]| |[Bd]-[d2d2]e dBAG|AGEG D2[D2A2]|[Bd]-[d2d2]e [d3d3]d|e2 dA Bd d2| [d2d2][d2d2]e2d2|[Bd]-[d2d2]f- edBG|AGEG D2[D2B2]| [Bd]-[d2d2]f- edBA| [Bd]-[d2d2]d [d2d2][d2d2]|eg g2 A-B2d|B-AG2 AGEG|D2 "etc."

INDIAN NATION [4]. American, Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "Indian Nation [4]" is also known as "Betty Baker (1)" and was in the repertoire of several east Kentucky fiddlers such as Ed Haley, Manon Campbell and Clyde Davenport.

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Hear Bruce Greene's 1977 field recording of Hiram Stamper playing the tune at the Digital Library of Appalachia [1]

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