National Schottische

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 Theme code Index    53H42H 31H1H3
 Also known as    Curlew Hills Polka (The), German Schottische (1), Good Luck Polka, Heel and Toe Polka (8), Military Schottische, Pretty Baby, Snyder's Clock
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    England, United States
 Genre/Style    Contra
 Meter/Rhythm    Schottische/Schottis/Jennkka/Reinlander
 Key/Tonic of    G
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4, 2/4
 History    USA(Mid Atlantic), USA(New England)
 Structure    AA'B, AABABACC
 Editor/Compiler    Elias Howe
 Book/Manuscript title    Book:Diamond School for the Violin
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 56
 Year of publication/Date of MS    c. 1861
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 Record label/Catalogue nr.    
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 Score   (1)   

X:1 T:National Schottische M:2/4 L:1/8 N:Appears as first figure of "May Flower Schottische Quadrilles" B:Elias Howe - Musician's Omnibus No. 1 (1863, p. 56) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G B/c/|db ca|Bg g/d/B/G/|Fe e/d/c/A/|Gg g/d/B/c/| db ca|Bg g/d/B/G/|Fe e/d/c/A/|G{A}G/F/ GOy|| B/4A/4^G/4A/4|gfe f/4e/4^d/4e/4|fed e/4d/4^c/4d/4|eB ^cA|d/4e/4f/4g/4 f B/A/^G/A/| fed e/4d/4^c/4d/4|eB ^cA|d^d f/e/=d/=c/!D.C.!y|| GA/B/ c/d/e/f/|gB d2|eA c2|dG B2| GA/B/ c/d/e/f/|gB d2|eA cF|GG/F/ G B/c/!D.C.!Oy|]

X:1 T:National Schottische M:C L:1/8 N:Printed as a banjo duet, played against "Home Sweet Home" -- kerr's did this pairing too N:"Arranged by J.H. Lee" B:S.S. Stewart's Banjo and Guitar Journal (Aug./Sept., 1886, p. 10) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:E GA|B2g2 A2f2|G2e2 eBGE|D2c2 cBAF|1 E2 e2 eBGA:|2 E2e2e2z2|| DEFG ABcd|e2 G>c B>^A B>^B|c2 F>G A>GA>^A|B2 E>F G>^F G2| DEFG ABcd|e2 G>c B>^A B>^B|c2 F>G A>GA>F|E2e2e2||

X:1 T:National Schottische C: N:From the J.E. Sedlak manuscript, Portland, Oregon 1863. Sedlak, originally from N:Bohemia, was a musician, music instructor, and dance band leader in Portland, Oregon N: in the 1860's and 1870's. Z:V.T. Williams M:2/4 K:A cd|e2c'2 d2b2|c2a2- aecA|G2f2- fedB|A2a2- aecd|e2c'2 d2b2| c2a2- aecA|G2f2- fedB|A2AG A2:||:c/B/^A/B/|a2g2 f2g/f/^e/f/| g2f2 e2f/e/^d/e/|f2c2 ^d2B2|efga g2c/B/^A/B/|a2g2 f2g/f/^e/f/|g2f2 e2f/e/^d/e/| f2c2 ^d2B2|e3f edcd||e2c'2 d2b2|c2a2 aecA|G2f2 fedB| A2a2 aecd|e2c'2 d2b2|c2a2 aecA|G2f2 fedB|A2{B}AG A2:|z2 P:Trio K:D |:A2^GA f2f2|A2^GA f2f2|c2^Bc b2b2|bage cBA^G| A2^GA f2f2|A2^GA f2f2|c2^Bc bage|d2{e}dc d2z2:|