Monroe's Farewell to Long Hollow

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MONROE'S FAREWELL TO LONG HOLLOW. AKA - "Farewell to Long Hollow." Bluegrass, Breakdown. A Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). Composed by the legendary "father of bluegrass," mandolinist Bill Monroe, although he never recorded it. The tune was popularized through the 1983 recording by Alabama fiddler James Bryan.

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Printed sources:

Recorded sources: Bee Balm 302, "The Corndrinkers." Rounder 0175, James Bryan - "Lookout Blues" (1983). Rounder Records, "The Warrior River Boys" (1990)

See also listing at:
See/hear the tune played by the Ga. string band Curly Maple on youtube.com [1]




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