Buckley's Reel

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 Region    United States
 Genre/Style    Old-Time
 Meter/Rhythm    Reel (single/double)
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 History    USA(Central)
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 Artist    Pete McMahon
 Title of recording    Ozark Mountain Waltz
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    Missouri State Old Time Fiddler's Association 001
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BUCKLEY'S REEL. Old-Time, Reel. G Major. Howard Marshall believes the source Pete McMahan "probably got this from Cleo Persinger (d. 1969), a great Boone County fiddler who won first at Weiser in 1964. Cleo called it Buckeye Reel. The tune is distinctive in the 'B' part for its use of 32nd notes. The 'A' part resembles 'Hooker's Hornpipe' and other tunes (in Missouri)."

Recorded source: Missouri State Old Time Fiddler's Association 001, Pete McMahan - "Ozark Mountain Waltz."


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