Nutley Waltz

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NUTLEY WALTZ. English, Waltz. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABB'. The tune was named for a village near source Scan Tester's home in Sussex. His unusual first name derives from a boyhood family nickname, "scantelope," shortened in intimate use.

Scan Tester



Source for notated version: influential anglo concertina player Lewis Scan Tester (1887-1972, Sussex), recorded in 1964 by Reg Hall [Callaghan].

Printed sources: Callaghan (Hardcore English), 2007; p. 86.

Recorded sources: Musical Traditions MTCD327-8, Oak - "Country Songs and Music" (2003). Topic 12TS455/6, Scan Tester - "I Never Played to Many Posh Dances" (1990). Veteran VTVS03/04, Scan Tester - "I Never Played to Many Posh Dances" (re-release of 1990 Topic album). Wildgoose Records WGS317CD, Keith Kendrick - "Well Seasoned" (2004).




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