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X:1 T:Waltz [16] T:Maxey's Waltz S:Howard L. Maxey (Franklin County, southwest Virginia) M:C| L:1/8 N:Drone liberally throughout. F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/waltz-g D:Library of Congress, AFS 02742 B01, Howard L. Maxey (1939) Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G B3c dc|B2-A2G2|E3E-GG|[G2c2][G2B2][G2c2]| [D3d3]e fe|d2e2dc|B3c BA|[D2B2]-[D2A2]G2| B3c dc|B2-A2G2|E3E-GG|[G2c2][G2B2][G2c2]| [D3d3]e dB|cAF2A2|G3A GF|[G,4G4]|| [G,2G2]|[B3g3][Bg] [Bf][Bg]|[A2a2][A2g2][A2e2]|d3c BA|G2F2(3EFE| D2FG A2|+slide+c3d ec|d2[G,2G2]c2|[D2B2]-[D2d2]d2| [B3g3][Bg] [Bf][Bg]|[A2a2](3gag e2|d3c BA|G2F2(3EFE| D2 FG AB|c2 (3BcB A2|G3A GF|G6||



WALTZ [16]. AKA - "Maxey's Waltz." American, Waltz (3/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. An untitled waltz in the repertoire of fiddler Howard L. Maxey of Ferrum, Franklin County, Southwest Virginia, who was recorded in 1939 by Herbert Halpert on a field collecting trip for the Library of Congress.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - Library of Congress AFS 02742 B01, Howard L. Maxey (1939).

See also listing at:
Hear H.L. Maxey's 1939 recording at Slippery Hill [1]



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