Hog Eye an' a 'Tater

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 Theme code Index    115L1 3b43b7bL
 Also known as    Hog Eye (2), Hog-Eyed Man, Granny Will Your Dog Bite? (1), Boating Up Sandy (3), Fire on the Mountain (1), Sally in the Garden (1)
 Composer/Core Source    Henry Reed, Luther Strong
 Region    United States
 Genre/Style    Old-Time
 Meter/Rhythm    Reel (single/double)
 Key/Tonic of    A
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Dorian
 Time signature    4/4
 History    USA(Mid Atlantic)
 Structure    AABB
 Editor/Compiler    Samuel Bayard
 Book/Manuscript title    Hill Country Tunes
 Tune and/or Page number    No. 75
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1944
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X:1 T:Hog-Eyed Man T:Hog Eye an' a 'Tater S:Luther Strong (1892-1962, Hazard, Perry County, Ky.) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel N:ADae tuning (fiddle) N:The 'c' notes are played between natural and flat, placing the N:tune in either dorian or mixolydian mode. D:Library of Congress AFS 01535 A02 (1937) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/hog-eyed-man Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:Amix ABAG E2E2|+slide+c4 cdcA|GBAG E2A2|[M:2/4]A2 A2-| [M:C|]ABAG E2E2|+slide+c2 cdc2G2|ABAG E2DG|E2A2 A2|| ed|c2^G2 ABcd|e2 e=g e2d2|c2^G2 ABcd|[e2e2][d4e4]e[de]| [c4e4]- [ce] A [ce][de]|"*"[e4e4][e2e2][d2e2]|[ee]dcA =G2AG|E2A2A2[c2e2]|| P:Substitution "*"[e2d2][e2e2][e2e2]g2|aged c2 AG|E2 A2A2[c2e2]|

X: 1 T: 75. HOG EYE AN' A 'TATER B: Sam Bayard, "Hill Country Tunes" 1944 #75 S: Played by Irvin Yaugher Jr, Mt Independence, PA, Oct 19 1943. As played by his great-uncle. N: This is not the melody which accompanies the well known and often recorded sea shanty called N: "Hog eye," nor is it the playparty song tune with a similar name known farther south (see N: Sharp-Karpeles, "English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, II, No.250). A somewhat N: different version, with the parts in reverse order, is in Bayard Coll., No.288, from Greene N: County, where the title is simply "Hog Eye," and has an indecent meaning. N: N: In Fayette County, this tune has the following associated rhyme: N: I went down to Sally's house N: 'Bout ten o'clock or later; N: All she had to give to me N: Was a hog-eye and a 'tater. N: The rhyme accompanying the set known in Greene County is: N: As I was going down the street, N: A pretty little girl I chanced to meet; N: I stepped right up and kissed her sweet, N: And asked her for some hog-eye meat. N: No other sets of the tune are known to the editor. R: reel M: 4/4 L: 1/8 Z: 2010 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> F:http://trillian.mit.edu/~jc/music/book/HillCountryTunes/HillCountryTunes.abc K: Am A2 |\ ABAG E2AB | c2dB c2G2 | ABAG E2AB | ^/c2A2 A2G2 | ABAG E2AB | c2cA d2d2 | e^fed B2AB | ^/c2A2 A2 || AB | ^/c2B2 c2d2 | e2^f2 e3d | ^c2B2 c2d2 | e2A2 A2AB | ^/c2B2 c2d2 | e2^f2 e3d | ^c2A2 B2zd | ^/c2A2 A2 |]