X: 1 % T:Roscoe's Waltz M:3/4 L:1/4 F:http://www.benpaley.com/domains/benpaley.com/local/abc/lewes_2010_03_27.abc C:Roscoe Parish arr © Ben Paley 2010 O:Galax, Virginia, USA N:I don't actually know if Roscoe Parish wrote this tune or if it was just known from his playing. R:Waltz Q:170 P:2A2B K:D P:A |: A>B A/2B/2 | A B c | d>e d/2e/2 | d e f | g f e | f e d | c>B c/2d/2 | e c A | B c d | A F A | A F A | d>f e/2^g/2 | f2 f/2g/2 | a f d | e f e | d>d d |1 d3 :|2 d e f | P:B |: g>g g | g a b | f>f f | f g a | e>f e/2f/2 | e d e | f e d | B c d | A>B A/2B/2 | A F A | A F A | d>f e/2^g/2 | f2 f/2g/2 | a f d | e f e | d>d d |1 d e f :|2 d z2 |]
ROSCOE’S WALTZ. AKA – "Flying Indian Waltz," “Roscoe Parish Waltz.” Old-Time, Waltz. AAB. Recorded by Hart & Blech and Bruce Molsky, learned from fiddler and banjo player Roscoe Parish (1897-1984) of Coal Creek, Virginia. The tune is a crooked waltz-time version of the Scottish air and jig “Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre.” Kerry Blech notes that he later found an almost note-for-note version of “Muckin'” in Samuel Bayard’s book Dance to the Fiddle, March to the Fife (1981), a volume of southwestern Pennsylvania-collected fife and fiddle tunes.