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X:1 T:Red River Waltz S:The Stripling Brothers, Charlie (1896-1966) and Ira (1898-1967), west Alabama. M:3/4 L:1/8 Q:"Moderate" R:Waltz D:Vocalion 5366 (78 RPM), The Stripling Brothers (1929) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/red-river-waltz Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C (3gag (ef)|g4f2|g4a2|g3a g2|[e4g4] +slide+[eg][df]| [c4e4][eg][df]|[c3e3]G AE|G6-|G4-^G2|[A3A3][^GA] [AA]B| c3B c^c|d3 {Bc}BA|G6-|G3(g ef)|g4f2|g4a2|g3a g2| [e4g4] +slide+[eg][df]|[c4e4][eg][df]|[c3e3]G AE|G6-|G4-^G2| [A3A3][^GA] [AA]B|c3{ag}(fg)|a3 (ge2)|G2F2G2|A3^GA2|B2 [ee][de]|c6-|c2||



RED RIVER WALTZ [2]. American, Waltz (3/4 time). USA, Ala. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. "Red River Waltz" was recorded in Chicago, Ill., in August, 1929, by the Stripling Brothers, Charles Nevins Stripling (1896-1966) and Ira Lee Stripling (1898-1967), a fiddle and guitar duo originally from Pickens County, west Alabama. The waltz was issued in Canada as "La Valse De La Riviere Rouge," but the groups name remained The Stripling Brothers on the label, and was not changed to a more local sounding name as happened with other American releases aimed at the Francophone population.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - The Stripling Brothers [Phillips].

Printed sources : - Phillips (Traditional American Fiddle Tunes, vol. 2), 1995; p. 300.

Recorded sources: -County 401, "The Stripling Brothers." Document Records DOCD 8007, "The Stripling Brothers vol. 1, 1928-1934" (1997). Vocalion 5366, Stripling Brothers (Ala.) {1929}. Vocalion 5366 (78 RPM), The Stripling Brothers (1929). Catgut - "Rabbit on the Road: Bluegrass and Old Time Music in Australia."

See also listing at:
Hear the Stripling Brothers' 1929 recording at Slippery Hill [1] and on youtube.com [2]



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