Annotation:St. Jobe's Waltz

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X:1 T:St. Jobe's Waltz S:A.L. Steeley with the Red Headed Fiddlers M:3/4 L:1/8 D:Brunswick 460 (78 RPM), Red Headed Fiddlers (1930) F: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C G3F ED|:C2E2G2|[E3c3][EB][E2c2]|[F3d3][Fc][F2d2]|[A4A4]B2|G2[G2B2][G2d2| [B2g2][Bf][B3g3]|a2a4|[c3e3]d cA|C2E2G2|[E3c3][EB][E2c2]|[F3d3][Fc][F2d2]|A3GA2| G2BG d2|f2e>dB2|c4B cd|c4||ef|(g3 a/g/ e2)|c'4 e>f |(g3 a/g/ e)d|c6| G>(AB>)(cd>)(^f|g2)^f2g2|a2^g2a2|[e6e6]|ef|(g3 a/g/ e2)|c'4 e>f | (g3 a/g/ e)d|c6|G>(AB>)(cd>)(e|f)de>dB>d |[E3c3]d c[EB]-|[E6c6]|]

ST. JOBE'S WALTZ. American, Waltz (3/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. "St. Jobe's Waltz" was recorded by the Texas group The Red Headed Fiddlers in Dallas on Oct. 27th, 1929, but was not released by their recording company, Brunswick Records, until the next year. The group that day consisted of fiddler Albert L. 'Red' Steeley (born c. Oct, 1871), of Tallalaga Co., Texas, along with J. Warner "Red" Graham and Albert Wisrock on guitars, and William Wisrock on mountain dulcimer.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - A.L. Steeley with the Red Headed Fiddlers [Phillips].

Printed sources : - Phillips (Traditional American Fiddle Tunes, vol. 2), 1995; p. 304.

Recorded sources : - Brunswick 460 (78 RPM), The Red Headed Fiddlers (1930). Document 8038, The Red Headed Fiddlers – “Texas Fiddle Bands” (reissue).

See also listing at :
Hear the Red Headed Fiddlers recording on youtube [1] and at Slippery Hill [2]<

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