X:1 T:Untitled Schottische T:Schottische  N:From the playing of Alfred Bailey (1918-1996, Fleming N:County, northeast Ky.), recorded in the field in 1986 by John Harrod. N:Bailey had the tune from his Uncle Harry(?). N:Play eighth notes 'swung', as in a schottische. M:C| L:1/8 R:Schottische Q:"Moderate" D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/3821 K:C ^fg|agec G2^fg|agfd A2[G2_B2]-|[G=B]g^fg =fdBG|cdcA [E2c2]^fg| agec G2^fg|agfd A2[G2_B2]-|[G=B]g^fg =fdBG|[E2c2][E2c2][E2c2]|| CE|GcecG2 FG|AcfcA2 _B2 |Bg^fg =fdBG|cdcA [E2c2] CE| GcecG2 FG|AcfcA2 _B2 |Bg^fg =fdBG|[E2c2][E2c2][E2c2]||
SCHOTTISCHE . American, Schottische (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune is from the repertory of Flemingsburg, Fleming County, northeastern Kentucky fiddler Alfred Bailey (1918-1996), who learned it from his Uncle Harrold (? garbled in his introduction).