Snouts and Ears

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 Theme code Index    1H131H 752H5
 Also known as    Snouts and Ears of America (The)
 Composer/Core Source    Sarah Armstrong
 Region    Scotland, United States
 Genre/Style    Old-Time, Scottish
 Meter/Rhythm    March/Marche, Polka, Reel (single/double)
 Key/Tonic of    A
 Accidental    3 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/4
 History    USA(Mid Atlantic)
 Structure    AABB
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X:1 T:Snouts and Ears S:As played by Jimmy Blue on an LP Z:Nigel Gatherer L:1/8 M:2/4 K:A e | aA A>B | ce ab/a/ | ge e/f/g/a/ | be ef/g/ | a/g/f/e/ dc | Be e/f/e/d/ | cA BA/B/ | cA A :| B | cA A>B | ce ef/e/ | dB B>c | da a/f/e/d/ | cA A>B | ce ef/e/ | dB a/f/e/d/ | cA A :|

X: 62 T: 58. THE SNOUTS AND EARS OF AMERICA B: Sam Bayard, "Hill Country Tunes" 1944 #58 S: Played by Mrs Sarah Armstrong, (near) Derry, PA, Nov 5, 1943. N: The title of this fine, spirited tune may not be a corruption, but as it stands it is N: incomprehensible. The editor knows of no other version; but it is not impossible that N: the air is a derivative of the familiar "Irish Washerwoman" tune, recase in 4/4 time, N: and with the order of parts reversed. If so, it makes a distinct improvement on the N: original melody. R: reel M: 4/4 L: 1/8 Z: 2010 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> K: D A2 |\ d2D2 D2D2 | F2A2 d2ed | c2A2 ABcd e2A2 A2Bc | dcBA G2F2 | E2[A2D2] ABAG | F2D2 E2DE | F2D2 D2 :: D2 | F2D2 D2D2 | F2D2 [A2D2]BA | G2[E2A,2] [E2A,2][E2A,2] | A2d2 d2AG | F2D2 D2D2 | F2A2 A2BA | G2E2 A3G | F2D2 D2 :|