Annotation:That Mysterious Reel

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THAT MYSTERIOUS REEL. American, Reel or Breakdown. U.S.A, North Dakota. A minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Joe Pancerzewski learned the tune from Elvy Osborne, who had learned it from a Mr. Oard, an older fiddler who was once a featured act with the Orpheum Circuit theater chain. Osborne had entered "composed in the Black Hills Country, 1882" beside the tune in his notebook.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - "Mr. Oard" via Elvy Osborne [Pancerzewski].

Printed sources : - Pancerzewski (Pleasures of Home), 1988; p. 5

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