McKinney Waltz

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X:1 T:McKinney Waltz S:East Texas Serenaders (Mineola, Texas) M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Waltz D:Brunswick 429 (78 RPM), East Texas Serenaders (1929) F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C G,2A,B,C2|E2B,2C2|G6-|G6|G2 AB cd|ea- a2 g2| B6-|B6|G,2B,2D2|F2E2D2|A6-|A4 DF| G6|F6|cA GE DC|A,4_A,2|G,2-A,3D-|E2B,2C2| G6-|G4A-B|c6|f2e2d2|a6-|a4 A-B|c6| ^c6|ga ge cA|G3^F G2|A6-|B3AG2|c6-|c4|| g2-|g^f gf gf| ag ec A2|G6-|G2 Eg2-|g^f gf g^f |ag ec (3B_BA| B6-|B4g2-|g^f gf gf |ag ed c-A|G6-|G3 B- AB| g6|f4-g2|ga ge cA|G6|g^f gf gf|ag ec cE| G6-|G2A2-B2|c4- cB-|c2g^f3|f4-fg|f4 A-B| c6|^c6|ga ge cA|GA GE G(G,/^G,/|A,6)| B,3A,G,2|C6|C4||

McKINNEY WALTZ. American, Waltz (3/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune is presumably named for the town of McKinney, Texas, just northeast of the city of Dallas. It is about 75 miles away from the East Texas Serenaders home area, around Mineola, east Texas.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: -Brunswick 429 (78 RPM), East Texas Serenaders (1929). Document Records DOCD 8031, "The East Texas Serenaders: Complete Recordings in Chronological Order 1927-1937" ().

See also listing at:
Hear the East Texas Serenaders 1929 recording at [1] and Slippery Hill [2]

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