Peek-a-boo Waltz

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 Theme code Index    53H2H 1H76
 Also known as    Svensk Anna's Vals
 Composer/Core Source    William J. Scanlan
 Region    Canada, United States
 Genre/Style    Contra, Down-East/Maritime, Old-Time, Scandinavian
 Meter/Rhythm    Waltz/Valse/Vals
 Key/Tonic of    D
 Accidental    2 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    3/4
 History    USA(Deep South), USA(Mid Atlantic), USA(New England), USA(Great Lakes/Northern Tier), USA(Ozarks/Western Tenn), USA(Southwest), USA(Western/Pacific)
 Structure    AB, AABB, AA'BB'
 Editor/Compiler    Stephen F. Davis
 Book/Manuscript title    Devil's Box vol. 19 No. 4
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 33
 Year of publication/Date of MS    Winter 1985
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X:1 T:Peek-a-Boo Waltz L:1/8 M:3/4 B:Stephen F. Davis - "Devil's Box", vol. 19, No. 4, Winter, 1985, p. 33. N:Transcribed by Frank Maloy who learned the tune from his Uncle Bob N:Dunaway. "Uncle Bob was a fine old-time fiddler and singing school N:instructor. He played old-time tunes, such as this one, with great skill N:and precision. With his neatly combed handle-bar mustache, Stetson hat N:and long black coat, he really 'looked the part' of the authentic old-time fiddler." Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D FG|"D"A2f2e2|"G"d2c2B2|"D"[A2A2]F2B2|[A4A4] FG|A2f2e2|d2c2d2| "A7"e3 ^d ef|"7"[A4e4] FG|"D"A2f2e2|"G"d2c2B2|"D"A2F2B2|[A4A4] A_B| "G"=B2g2f2|"A7"e2B2c2|"D"d3 c de|"D"d4 FG|A4f2|A4 A_B| "G"=B4g2|"E7"B4 Bd|"A7"c3 d c2|B3 c B2|"D"[A3A3] B AG|[F4A4] FG|"D"A4f2| A4 A_B|"G"=B4g2|"E7"B4 Bd|"A7"c2B2A2|g2f2e2|"D"d2A2F2|[D4D4]||

X:1 T:Peek-a-boo Waltz N:From the playing of fiddler Mulkey Kent (1907-1974, Evening Shade, N:Sharp County, Arkansas). Known as the “Dean of Old-Time N:Fiddlers,” Joseph Mulkey Kent won 31 first prizes for his fiddling, N:including the 1927 Arkansas State Fiddle Championship. Recorded N:in 1959 by John Quincy Wolf (Lyon College). M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Waltz D:http://web.lyon.edu/wolfcollection/songs/kentpeek1253.mp3 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D A2|+slide+[A3f3]f ed|A2F2B2|[A4A4][A2A2]|F3Ad2|+slide+[e3e3][ee][e2e2]| [c3e3]A- B2|[A4A4][A2A2]|[F3A3]ED2| +slide+[A3f3]f ed|A2F2B2| [A4A4][A2A2]|F3Ad2|+slide+[e4e4][e2e2]|[c3e3]Bc2|A2B2c2|d4|| |:d2|B2[B2g2][B2g2]|B2[B2g2][B2g2]|A2[d2f2][d2f2]|A2[df]g[d2f2]|+slide+[e3e3][ee][e2e2]| [c3e3]A- B2|[A4A4][A2A2]| [A2g2][A2f2][A2g2]|A2[Af]f [A2f2]|A2[Af]f [A2f2]| +slide+[e3e3][^de]-[e2e2]|[c3e3]B cB|A2B2c2|[d4d4]:||