X:1 T:Washington Quadrille N:From the playing of fiddler and brakeman Andy Palmer N:(1881-1939, Anderson County, Ky.) with Jimmy Johnson's String Band M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/washington-quadrille D:Yazoo 2200, Jimmy Johnson String Band - "Kentucky Mountain Music vol. 6" (2003) D:Champion S-16389 (78 RPM), Jimmy Johnson's String Band (1931) Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C g2-|c'2 efg2 ag|efed c2dc|BGBc dBGB |cdef g2g2-| c'2 ef gagf|efed c2dc|BGBc dcBd|[E6c6]:| K:G |:Bc|d2 gfe2 d2|g2a2b4-|b2a2e2f2|gfag f2 ge| d2 gfe2 d2|g2a2b4-|b2a2e2f2|1gfga g2:|2 g6||
WASHINGTON QUADRILLE. AKA and see “Up and Down Old Eagle Creek,” “Taylor’s Quickstep (2).” Old Time, Breakdown. USA, Kentucky. C Major (‘A’ part) & G Major (‘B’ part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’BB’. Each strain is in a different key, a format known in some parts of the United States as a "quadrille". "Flop Eared Mule (1)" is perhaps the most familiar example of this kind of tune, and is similar in character.