Sweetest Flower Waltz

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X:1 T:Sweetest Flower Waltz C:D.H. Williams N:From the playing of fiddler Daniel H. Williams with the East N:Texas Serenaders M:3/4 L:1/8 Q:"" R:Waltz D:Decca 5458 (78 RPM), East Texas Serenaders (1937) D:Document DOCD 8031, "East Texas Serenaders: 1927-1937" (1998) D:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8_X4Dhx6uA D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/content/sweetest-flower-waltz-0 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C +slide+Sg6-|g2 g4|g-e ag ec|[^F_e]-[G=e]- [G4e4]-|[G2e2]z2 A2|[E^c]-[F4d4]-| [F4d4] dA|[_EB]-[=Ec][E4c4]-|[E2c2](e2 f^f|g6-)|g2 g4|g-e ag ec| [^F_e]-[G=e]- [G4e4]-|[G2e2]z2 E2|[F2B2]G2A2|B[ce]- [e2e2] zd|c6-|c2-c|| K:F A- AB|c2 ac ac|ac ac bc|ac ac ac|bc ac bc|ab gB gB| aB gb gc/B/|A2 f2- fg|fc- Bc AB|c2 ac ac|ac bc ac| [c4a4][c2a2]|[c2a2][c2a2]c2|c2 Bg- g2-|g2 ag cB|Af- f2-fg|Tf4 efS||



SWEETEST FLOWER WALTZ. American, Waltz (3/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). The tune was recorded by the the group The East Texas Serenaders in Dallas, Texas, at the beginning of December, 1927. The tune is credited on their later Decca recording (1937) to the group's fiddler, Daniel H. Williams (the Serenaders also consisted of John Munnerlyn, tenor banjo, Cloet Hamman, guitar, and Henry Bogan, cello). However, there is a report that Williams learned it from a northern fiddler named Mr. Brigsley.


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Silberberg (Complete Fiddle Tunes I Either did or Did Not Learn at Tractor Tavern), 2005; p. 193.

Recorded sources : - Columbia 15229-D (78 RPM), East Texas Serenaders (1927). County 410, "The East Texas Serenaders, 1927‑1936" (1977). Decca 5458 (78 RPM), East Texas Serenaders (1937). Document DOCD 8031, "East Texas Serenaders: 1927-1937" (1998). Victor V40199 (78 RPM), Ashley's Melody Men (1930). Voyager VRLP 319-S, Ace Sewell - "Southwest Fiddlin'" (1977).

See also listing at :
Hear the East Texas Serenader's 1927 recording at Slippery Hill [1]



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