Old Horse and Buggy

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X:1 T:Old Horse and Buggy M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel S:Art Stamper N:From a transcription by John Lamancusa, by permission; see http://www.mne.psu.edu/lamancusa/tunes.htm Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:A EF|A2 A2 cBAA|c2e4 EF|A2A2 cBAA|F2E4 EF| A2 Ac BABA|cdef e2 ef|ecBA F(GA)c|B/c/B AB A2 EF| A2 Ac (3BcB AA|c2e4 EF|A2 Ac (3BcB AA|F2(E2 E2)EF| A2A2 cBAd|cdef e2 ef|ecBA FGAc|B/c/B AB A2A2|| ef2=g fede|fa2b a3 (a|a2)_af ecBA|ce2(e e2)ce| ef2=g fede|faab a2 af|e2c2 BAAc|B/c/B AB A2e2| ef2=g fede|fa2b a3f|e2 ef ecBA|ce2(e e2)ce| ef2=g fede|faab a2 af|e2c2 BAAc|B/c/B AB A4|| P:"Alternate A part" [A,2E2A2] Ac BABA|c2(e2e2)e2|E2 Ac BABA|c2A2E2A2| [A,2E2A2] Ac BABA|cdef e2 ef|ecBA FGAc|B/c/B AB A4||

OLD HORSE AND BUGGY. AKA and see "Horse and Buggy-O." American, Reel (cut time). A Major. AEae tuning (fiddle). AA'B. The tune was in the repertoire of Kentucky fiddler Art Stamper, although the original source may have been his father, Hiram Stamper (1893-1992). See also Missouri fiddler Fred Stoneking's version under the title "Horse and Buggy-O."

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Susan Songer with Clyde Curley (Portland Collection vol. 3), 2015; p. 153.

Recorded sources : - County CO-CD-2729, Art Stamper - "Goodbye Girls, I'm Going to Boston" (2000).

See also listing at :
Jane Keefer's Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources [1]
See/hear the tune played on youtube.com [2]
See John Lamancusa's transcription, from Stamper's playing [3]
Hear Art Stamper's recording at the Old Town School of Folk Music [4] Hear Paul Tyler's slower, learning, version at the Old Town School of Folk Music [5]

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