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TULSA.. American, Reel. USA, Texas/Oklahoma. A Major ('A' part) & E Major ('B' part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Fiddler Joe Pancerzewski learned this tune around 1931 from Chet Hawley, who was from Tulsa, Oklahoma, at Elvy Osborne's barbershop in Minot, North Dakota. Elvy was a good fiddler, and his barbershop was jam session central for fiddlers.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Chet Hawley, c. 1931 (Tulsa, Oklahoma) [Pancerzewski].

Printed sources : - Pancerzewski (Pleasures of Home), 1988; p. 10.

Recorded sources : - Victor V-40254, Jack Cawley’s Oklahoma Ridge Runners (1930). Voyager 341, Joe Pancerzewski - "Legendary Northwest Fiddler" (1972). Voyager CD 361, “Floyd Engstrom: Kitsap County Fiddler".

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