Virginia Cotillion

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X:1 T:Virginia Cotillion C:George P. Knauff M:6/8 L:1/8 N:Single sheet published by George Willig, Baltimore, 1839. R:Jig/Cotillion F:https://picryl.com/media/virginia-cotillion Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D DAF DAF|EAG EAG|FAd dcd| fee ed/c/B/A/| DAF DAF|EAG EAG|FAd fec|edd d2|| d/e/|f2e {e}dcd|fee e3|efg ABc|dAF D2e| f2d {e}dcd|fee e3|efg ABc|edd d2Z|| f/g/|a2a afg|a2a afg|ad' d'c'd'|d'c'c' c'2e/f/| g2g gef|g2g gef|gba gfe|e2d d2z||



VIRGINIA COTILLION. American, Jig (6/8 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABC. Composed by George P. Knauff, and published by George Willig in Baltimore in 1839, the same year that Knauff and Willig issued their Virginia Reels volumes. "Virginia Cotillion" was printed separately on a single-sheet. It is a simple tune, with simple accompaniment, and was perhaps used by Knauff for his music lessons either from his business in Farmville, Va., or his boarding school tutelage.

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