Old Man (4) (The)
X:1 T:Old Man , The M:C L:1/16 R:Reel S:Surenne - Dance Music of Scotland, p. 72 (1852) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G G3Bd2B2 e6g2 | (dcBA) G3B AA3A3G | G2B2d2B2 e6f2 | g2a2g2d2 BB3 B4 | G3Bd2B2 e6g2 | (dcBA) G2B2 AA3A3B | G2B2d2B2 e6f2 | g2a2g2d2 BB3 B4 || g2a2g2e2 d2e2d2B2 | g2a2g2e2 a2g2a2b2 | g2a2g2e2 d2e2g2b2 | a2f2g2d2 BB3B4 | g2a2g2e2 d2e2d2B2 | g2a2g2e2 a2g2a2b2 | g2b2e2g2 d3eg2b2 | a3fg3d BB3 B4 ||
OLD MAN , THE. AKA and see "Old Man Will Never Die (The)," "Trip to Bath (4)." Scottish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune was originally published as "Trip to Bath (4)" in London music publisher Straight and Skillern's Two Hundred and Four Favourite Country Dances, vol. 1 (c. 1775, No. 104, p. 52).