Phyllis Gayle Breakdown

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X:1 T:Phyllis Gayle Breakdown C:Bill Eddy (Mo.) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:Grey Eagle Records 101, Bill Eddy - "Now that's a Good Tune" (1989) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/phyllis-gayle-breakdown Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A A,2-|A,CEF A2A2|ABce efec|dfed cAcB|EGBG EGBG| A,CEF A2A2|ABce efec|dfed cAcB|EGBG A2:| |:fg|agab afea|fece fece|fgab afea|fe[ce][de] e2e2| ea2b afea|fece fece|fe[ce]A BAFD|EFAB A2:|]



PHYLLIS GAYLE BREAKDOWN. American, Reel (cut time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune was composed by Slater, Missouri, fiddler Bill Eddy (1915-2010), named in honor of a daughter. Eddy was a farmer in Saline County, Mo., a contest fdiddler and a contest judge, and a proponent of the Little Dixie style of fiddling of the central part of the state.

Bill Eddy [1]


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Recorded sources: - Grey Eagle Records 101, Bill Eddy - "Now that's a Good Tune" (1989. Various artists).



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