Stonewall Jackson (1)
X:1 T:Stonewall Jackson  N:Ed Haley (1885-1951, Ashland, northeastern Ky.), recorded M:C| L:1/8 N:GDad tuning (fiddle) Q:"Moderately quick" D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/1469 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C efg2 aged|cBcA G2G2|+slide+BdBA GBdB| cdcA G2ef| gaeg aged|cGEF G2[G2c2]|BdBd BGAB|c2G2 [E2c2]ef| gaeg aged|cdcA GG[G2c2]|BdBA GBdB|cAEF G2ef| gaeg aged|cdcA G2[G2c2]|BdBd BGAB|c2 G2[E2c2]|| K:G B-d2e dedc|Bdga b4|abag fgaf|gage dedc| Bdde d2 e2|gfga b4|1bagb agfa|g2 b2 g4:|2abag f2a2|g4+slide+=f4|| P:Alternate 'B' part B-d2d d2d2|dega b4|abag f2af|gage dcBc| B-dde d2e2|dega b4|abag f2a2|g2b2g4||
STONEWALL JACKSON . AKA and see “Richmond Cotillion.” American, Quadrille (cut time). USA; Kentucky, Indiana. C Major (Haley): D Major (Gilbert/Bailey). Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune, named for the second most famous Confederate generals of the American Civil War, is well-known today under the “Richmond Cotillion” title. It appears as "Stonewall Jackson" in the repertories of several north-central and northeast Kentucky fiddlers.