Walking in the Parlor (6)
X:1 T:Walking in the Parlor  N:From the playing of Welzie Chrisawn (Burnsville, Yancey County, N:northwestern N.C.), recorded in the field in 1992 by Bruce Greene. M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Quick" D:https://dla.acaweb.org/digital/collection/berea/id/4051/ Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:F A-c2-|c2A2 c2Ac-|c2A2 G4|c2A2c2 AA|[M:3/2]cA G2F6c2-| [M:C|]c2A2c2Ac-|c2 A2 G3c-|c2A2 c2AA|[M:3/2]cA G2F6|| F2|[M:C|]DCDF C2F2|D2FFG2 F2|DCDF C2A2|[M:3/2](B/4c/4B/A)G2 F6F2| [M:C|]D2FD C2F2-|F2FF G2 F2|DCDF C2A2|[M:3/2](B/4c/4B/A)G2 F6F2||
WALKING IN THE PARLOR . American, Reel (cut time). G Major. GDad tuning (fiddle). AA'BB. Collector and musician Bruce Greene recorded this version of "Walking in the Parlor", a widespread tune in Appalachian fiddle repertory, from Burnsville, North Carolina, fiddler Welzie Chrisawn. After he played the tune for the tape, Chrisawn opined "I don't like that." "You don't," prodded Greene, to which Welzie averred "Not much." "Why not?" said Bruce. "Too hard to play," responded the elder musician.