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X:1 T:Wagoner N:From the playing of John Morgan Salyer (1882-1952, Salyersville, Magoffin County, eastern Ky.) N:recorded at home 1941/42 by his sons on a disc player M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Moderately Quick" D:Berea Sound Archives https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/4286 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C ((3G,A,B,|[C2E2]) [C2E2][G,E]-[G,G][G,2G2]|cBAB c2[c2e2]|abae g2ge|c2[ce][ce] c2((3G,A,B,| [C2E2]) [C2E2][G,E]-[G,G][G,2G2]| {AB}c3c c2BG|AGDE D2 Bc|dcBA GFED| C2[C2E2][C2E2]G2|cBAB c2[ce]|abae g2 ge|c2[ce][ce]c2|| |:gg|[M:C|]e(c[c2e2])eg2a|[M:5/4]gge[de] [c2e2][ce][ce] [c2e2]|[M:C|]BGAG BG G2| g2ec- c2^f2-|gag=f efga| bag2 gece|[M:3/4] ec [c2e2]:||

WAGONER [3]. AKA - "Wagner." American, Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABB. This 'crooked' or irregularly metered reel was in the repertoire of Magoffin County, east Kentucky, fiddler John Salyer (1882-1952). Two versions of the tune were recorded by his sons, Glen and Grover, on a home disc machine in 1941 and 1942, and they accompany him on many of the tunes. Salyer plays "Wagoner" at a moderately quick pace, slower than some of his all-out breakdown tunes.

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Hear John Salyer's 1941/42 two recordings at Berea Sound Archives [1] [2]

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