Liberty Two-Step

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X:1 T:Liberty Two-Step M:2/4 L:1/8 K:D fAfA|f/g/f/e/ d/e/f/a/|gBgB|g/a/g/f/ e/d/B/e/| fA fA|f/g/f/e/ dc/d/|e/f/e/d/ Bc|1 dd/e/ dd/e/:|2 d>e d(3B/c/B|| |:AA/B/ A/G/F/E/|D/F/A/d/ fd|A>B/2c/2 d>F|[E>A>]F [EA][EA]| A>B AGFE|DFAd fd|e/f/e/d/ Bc|1 d>d [df] (3B/c/B/:|2 d>e dd/e/||



LIBERTY TWO-STEP. AKA and see "Liberty (1)," "Ti-Jean." Canadian, Two-Step. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. A version of the American tune "Liberty (1)," among other names. "Reel de Tí-Jean" shares the same first strain, but the second strains differ.

Additional notes

Sources for notated versions: - Johnny Morrissey (1913-1994, Newtown Cross, Queens County, Prince Edward Island; late of Vernon River) [Perlman]; fiddler Dawson Girdwood (Perth, Ottawa Valley, Ontario) [Bégin].

Printed sources : - Bégin (Fiddle Music from the Ottawa Valley), 1985; No. 67, p. 77. Perlman (Fiddle Music of Prince Edward Island), 1996; p. 160.

Recorded sources: -Apex AL 1613, "The Best of Don Messer and his Islanders, Vol. 6."



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