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X:1 T:Katy Did Waltz N:From the playing of fiddler David Myers (Marshall N:County, southwest Ky.), recorded in the field in Oct., 1991 N:by Steve Rice. M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/5267 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G D GA||SB3A- Bc|B(G FG) EG|[c2e2]- [ce]B c-d|c3B c^c|d3c d2| {e}f2b2a2|g2B2e2|[d2e2]-[^c2e2]([=c/e/]d/c)|B3A- Bc|B(G FG) EG| c3B c-d|c3(B c^c)| d3^c d2|+slide+f2b2a2|[B2g2]- [Bg][Be] [Bg][Ba]|[B4g4]|| fg|af bf a2|g2 (fg/f/) e2|d3 B AG|[EA][F2A2][EA]D2| [E/A/][FA]G/ A/B/c de|a2 gf e2|d2f2a2|d'2=c'2c'2|| a3^g ab|a2A2d2|{e}[d3f3]e fg|a2 (f/g/f) ed|c<A Bc de/f/| g2 (f/g/f) e2|d2 fd fd|=c2 ac a2S||



KATYDID WALTZ. American, Waltz (3/4 time). "Katy-Did Waltz" was recorded in February, 1929, in New York City, by the Blue Ridge Mountain Trio, consisting of steel guitarist Frank Wilson, banjo player Walter Bowman and fiddler Charlie Bowman. The waltz was in the repertoire of fiddler Jim Herd of Sunnyside, Washington. Herd's family was originally from Tennessee, then removed to Missouri. Herd moved to Washington State when still a young man.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - Vasser Clemens [Phillips].

Printed sources : - Phillips (Traditional American Fiddle Tunes, vol. 2), 1995; p. 261.

Recorded sources: -Columbia 15372-D (78 RPM), Blue Ridge Mountain Trio (1929). Voyager 340, Jim Herd - "Old Time Ozark Fiddling."



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