Rockville Waltz (The)

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ROCKVILLE WALTZ (THE). American, Waltz (3/4 time). A Major. AEae tuning (fiddle). One part. The tune has been sourced to a recording called “The New Beehive Songster: New Recordings of Utah Folk Music, Vol. 2” , a 1970’s collection of various artists; from the harmonica playing of Larkin Gifford (1906-1997), Springdale, southern Utah. Rockville is another town in Utah.

Additional notes

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Recorded sources: - Okehdokee Records OK76004, Larkin Gifford - The New Beehive Songster, vol. 2" (1976. Various artists). OLDWEST-CD007, Skip Gorman – “Fiddles in the Cow Camp.”

See also listing at:
Hear the waltz played by Ron Kane And Meghan Merker at the Internet Archive [1]
See/hear Ron Kane & Skip Gorman play the tune on youtube.com [2]



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