Annotation:Spanish Dance (2)

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X:1 T:Spanish Dance C: N:From the J.E. Sedlak manuscript, Portland, Oregon 1863 Z:V.T. Williams M:3/4 K:D A2|f2ff ff|e2ee ee|d2dd dd|(d2c2)d2|e2ee ee|e2f2g2|b4a2|f4A2| f2ff ff|e2ee ee|d2dd dd|(d2c2)d2|e2ee ee|a2A2c2|d3A fe|d2z2|| A2|A4(Bc)|d4(cd)|e4de|f4A2|A2f2e2|d2c2d2|e3f gf|ed cB AG| F4d2|(d2c2)d2|B6|d2c2B2|A3AA2|A2B2c2|d3A fe|d2z2|]

SPANISH DANCE (2). USA (Western/Pacific). Waltz (3/4 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The Spanish Dance was a popular couple mixer in Sicilian circle formation which survives today as "Waltz Country Mixer." In spite of the title, it is not Spanish.

This tune comes from a music manuscript created by Joseph E. Sedlak, originally from Bohemia, who was a musician, music instructor, and dance band leader in Portland, Oregon in the 1860's and 1870's.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Sedlak manuscript

Printed sources : - Williams (The Aurora Violin Manuscripts), 2016.

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