Stonewall Jackson (3)

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X:1 T:Stonewall Jackson [3] N:From the playing of fiddler Harvey "Pappy" Taylor (Effingham, southern Illinois), N:via Gary Harrisoon (Ill.) and the Canote Brothers (Seattle) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel N:Play AABBBB D:Pickaway Press, Harvey Taylor - "Dear Old Illinois" (2007) D:Field Recorder FRC 607, "Indian Creek Delta Boys" (2008) D:https://slowerthandirt.org/tunes/stonewall-jackson/ Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G ((3DEF|G2)[G2B2]G2[G2B2]|A2A2 AcBA|G2[G2B2]G2[G2B2]|AGEF D2((3DEF| G2)[G2B2]G2[G2B2]| A2A2AcBA |B2dB ABGA|B2G2G2:| |:ef|g2b2b2ag|e2a2a2e2|d2 ef gage|dBAB G2:|



STONEWALL JACKSON [3]. American, Reel (cut time). USA, southern Illinois. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB (Harrison): AABBBB (Canote). "Stonewall Jackson [3]" (no relation to other tunes by that name) is from the repertory of fiddler Harvey "Pappy" Taylor of Effingham, southern Illinois, recorded in the field by Gary Harrison (1954-2012). The second strain is repeated four times by the Canote Brothers (Seattle), who play a 'C' chord at the cadence of the second repetition of the part (even thought the same melody is played).


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Printed sources : - Harrison & Burgess (Dear Old Illinois), 2007; p

Recorded sources : - Pickaway Press, Harvey Taylor - "Dear Old Illinois" (2007). Field Recorders Collective FRC 607, "The Indian Creek Delta Boys" (2008).

See also listing at :
Hear the Canote Brothers' downtempo version at Slower than Dirt [1]



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