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X:1 T: Snyder's Clock B:E.F. Adam, "Old Time Fiddlers Favorite Barn Dance Tunes," St. Louis, 1928, No. 21 M:2/4 L:1/8 K:G Bc|d2b-d c2a-c|B-dga g-edB|A-dfg f-edc|B-dga g-eBc| d2b-d c2a-c|B-dga g-edB|A-dfe d-cBA|G2GA G2:| |:Bc|d-edB e2ec|d-edB c-BAB|c-dcA d2dB|c-dcA B-ABc| d-edB b2bg|a-baf g2fe|d-efe d-cBA|G2GA G2:|

SNYDER'S CLOCK. American. The first part in an international strain which appears in "Pretty Baby," "National Schottische," "Military Schottische," "Russische Polka." See also Glen Lynn fiddler Henry Reed's "Jawbones."

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Printed sources : - Adam (Old Time Fiddlers' Favorite Barn Dance Tunes), St. Louis, 1927; No. 21.

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