Richmond Cotillion (2)

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X:1 % T:Richmond Cotillion [2] M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel S:Emmett Lundy (Galax), recorded for the LOC in 1941 Z:Transcribed by Andy Kuntz AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G GABc d2ef|g2Bc d2ef|g2 AB cBA2|dBGA BcBA| GABc d2ef|g2Bc d2ef|g2 AB cAFA|1 G2G2G2 (3DEF:|2 G2G2 G3 _B-|| |:=BdBG AGAB|G2[G2B2] [G3B3]A|F2 A3B AB|G2 [G2B2][G3B3] _B-| =BdBG AGAB|G2[G2B2] [G3B3]A|F2 A3B AB|1 G3(G, G3)_B-:|2 G3 (G, G2) (3DEF||

RICHMOND COTILLION [2]. Old-Time, Breakdown. USA, Virginia. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB.
Emmett Lundy
This tune, which is unrelated to “Richmond Cotillion (1),” was played by Dalhart (near Galax), Grayson County, southwest Virginia, fiddler Emmett Lundy (1864-1953) and recorded for the Library of Congress in 1941. It was probably miss-named on the recording, and to date no one has discovered what the original title might have been. Some call it "Emmett Lundy's Cotillion" or "Lundy's Cotillion" as a result.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - 5 String Productions 5SP05002, The Hoover Uprights – “Known by their Reputation” (2005).

See also listing at:
Hear Emmett Lundy's 1941 field recording (AFS 04944 B04) at Slippery Hill [1]. Lundy is backed by his sons Kelly Lundy (gtr.) and Jeedy Lundy (bj.).
See banjo tab for Lundy's cotillion [2]
See John Lamanscua's standard notation transcription [3]

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