Schottisch från Haverō

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X: 1 T: Schottisch fr\aan Haver\"o T: Schottisch fr\aan H\"arjedalen O: H\"arjedalen Z: 1997 by John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu> M: C| L: 1/8 K: Dm |: "Dm"D2 DE F>G FE | D2 A2 "A7"A4 | "Dm"d>^c de f2 f2 | |1,3 "A7"e>f e^c A2 A2 :|2,4 "A7"e2 {f}e^c "Dm"d4 :| |: "Dm"{f}[a2A2] a^g ([a2A2]a2) | [fA]>g ~fe ([f2A2]f2)| |1,3 "A7"[e2A2] {f}e^c A2- A2 | "Dm"{G}F>G FE {F}E2 D2 :| |2,4 "A7"e2 {f}e^c A>c ec | "Dm"d2 d2 d4 :|



SCHOTTISCH FRÅN HAVERŌ. AKA "Schottisch från Härjedalen." Scandinavian, Schottische (cut or 2/4 time). D Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. The tune has been in ‘folk-process’ and has turned up in Western fiddling sessions under the title “Trail of Tears.” West coast fiddler Stuart Williams says he learned it many years ago from Gary Lee Moore, who had learned the tune in 1972 at a Texas fiddler contest from some visiting fiddlers from Finland. Moore was told at the time that their title translated as “Tune of Tears.”

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Recorded sources: -Wild Goose WGS 320, Old Swan Band – “Swan-Upmanship” (2004).



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