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X:1 T:Rabbit N:From the playing of Kentucky fiddler Estill Bingham, recorded in the field N:by Bob Butler around 1987. M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Quick" N:GDad tuning (fiddle) D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D [Ad]-[d2d2] [dd] [d4d4]|de fd e2c2|[d2d2][d2d2] A2 B-c|[d2d2][d2d2] AFFD|1G2[G2B2]D4:|2 G2[G2B2]D3|| c|BAGB AAFD|G2G2 [D3A3]c|BAGB AAFD|G2G2 D3c| BAGB AAFD|G2[G2B2] A2B-c|[d2d2][d2d2] AFFD|G2[G2B2]D4||

RABBIT. American, Reel (cut time). USA, Kentucky. D Major (‘A’ part) & D Mixolydian (‘B’ part). GDad tuning (fiddle). AB. Jeff Titon (2001) says the tune is distantly related to two other Kentucky fiddle tunes, “Russian Rabbit” and “Indian Squaw (2).”
Estill Bingham

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Estill Bingham (1899-1990, Pineville, Bell County, Ky., recorded c. 1986) [Titon].

Printed sources : - Titon (Old-Time Kentucky Fiddle Tunes), 2001; No. 132, p. 159.

Recorded sources : - Hear Estill Bingham play the tune (recorded by Bob Butler c. 1986) at Berea Digital Archive [1], the Digital Library of Appalachia [2] and at Slippery Hill [3]

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