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 Theme code Index    1656 31H52
 Also known as    Chicken Stampede, Cripple Creek Girls, Goin' Up Chaney, Hop Along Sally, Hop Skip Squirrel, Hop Squirrel, Off with Your Jacket, Old Dad, Old Mother Goodwin, Pigtown Fling, Preacher in the Woodpile, Rocky Point Jig, Stony Point (1), Stoney Point Reel, Wake Up Jacob, Wild Horses at Stoney Point, White Horse (3), Buck Creek Girl, Kelton's Reel, Nigger in the Woodpile (2)
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    United States
 Genre/Style    Old-Time
 Meter/Rhythm    Reel (single/double)
 Key/Tonic of    G
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/2
 Structure    AB, AAAB, AA'B, AA'BB, ABCD, AABBCC
 Editor/Compiler    Ira Ford
 Book/Manuscript title    Traditional Music in America
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 35
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1940
 Title of recording    
 Record label/Catalogue nr.    
 Year recorded    
 Score   (1)   

X:49 T:Wild Horse M:C L:1/8 S:Charlie Poole, JSP 7734 N:Alternate titles: Stony Point, N..... in the Woodpile F:http://folkmads.org/music/abq-megaband/abc-tunes-archive/ N:Transcribed by Bruce Thomson K:G ((3DEF)|:"G"G2ged2ed|B2gedB AF|G2ged2ed|BAGB "D"AGED| "G"G2ged2ed|B2gedB AF|G2ge dBAd|[1"D"BAFD"G"G2((3DEF):|[2"D"BAFD"G"G4|| |:"Em"e3ee3g|fgaf gfed|e3ee3g|fgaf "G"g4:| |:"G"gfga bgeg|"D"fefg afdf|"G"gfga bgeg|"D"fgaf "G"g4:|

X:1 T:Wild Horse N:From the playing of John Morgan Salyer (1882-1952, Salyersville, Magoffin County, eastern Ky.) N:recorded at home 1941/42 by his sons on a disc player M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Fast" P:Play 'B' part twice, 'A' part repeat at will. D:Berea Sound Archives https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/4286 Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G P:A d-Bge d-Bed|B-Aee dBGA|G2ge d-BAd|BGAF G2|| |:DE|G2ge dBAd|B2e2 dBGD|G2 ge dBAd|BGAF G2 DE| G2 ge dBAd|B-Ae2 dBGD|G2ge dBed|BGAF G2:|] P:B |:B-AB-d e3g| fedf edB-A|B-dee e2a2|abaf g2[B2g2]:|

X:1 T:Wild Horse N:From the playing of fiddler Ed Haley (1885-1951, Ashland, east Ky.) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Quick" D:Rounder 1133/1133, Ed Haley - "Grey Eagle (1997) D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/wild-horse Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G G2 g-e d2 ed|B2 ge dBFA|G2ge d2 ed|BGAF G2EG| D2 ge dBef|g2 ge dBFA|G2ge ffed|BGAF [G3B3][G_B]-| [G2=B2]g2 ffef|g2 g2 dBFA|[G2B2][B2g2] eedc|BGAF G2 EG| D2 ge fdef|g2 ge dBFA|G2gd egdc|BGAF G2|| |:[G2_B2]-|[G=B]ABc dfed|Bdde dBGA|Bdge dged|BGAG EFGA| |1GABc dfed|Bdde dBGA|Bdge dged |BGAG- G2:|| |2GABc dBed|Bcde dBGA| Bcde faed|BGAG [G2B2]|| ((3Bcd|e2)e-de2ef|gefd edBA|(B2e2) efge|fgaf gfed| EEed efed|EedB edB2|E2 e2 efge|fgaf gfed| EBed e2e2|fedB edBG|Ee2d efge|fgaf gfed| EGBd efed| fedB edB2| gabg abag|bgaf gage|| [G2B2]ga gdef|gdef gdef|g2 ga g2ed|BAGA BGAB| G2B2]ga gdef|gdef gdef|[B2g2]fa gded|BGA(G [G2B2])ef| |:Sg2g2bgbg|f2f2 afaf|g2ga bgb2|fbaf gdef| g2g2bgbg|f2f2 afaf|g2ga bgbg| fbaf g2|| (3DEF|G2ged2ed|B2 ge dBFA|G2 ge d2 ed BGAG-G2efSy|]

X:1 T:Wild Horse N:From the playing of fiddler Emma Lee Dickerson (1923-2001, born Emma Lee N:Johnson on Little Fork in Elliot County, Ky.) N:recorded in the field by Barbara Kunkle, Feb., 1974, in Greenup County, Ky. M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel Q:"Very Fast" D:https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/703 Z:Andrew Kuntz K:G DE|G2g2ddee| BBgd edBA| G2g2 dded |BGAG [G2B2][G_B]-[G=B]-| [G2B2]gg dded|BBgd edBA| G2g2 dded |BGAG - G2:| AA|[Be]-[ee]-[ee][ee] [e3e3][Be]-|[M:5/4][e3e3]e efed BA|[M:C|][Be]-[e3e3][e3e3][ee]-|[e2e2]ba g2ed| [Be]-[ee]-[e2e2] [e3e3][ee]-|[e2e2]gg edBA| [Be]-[ee][e2e2] [e3e3] e|[M:3/2] b2a2 g3a g2||

X:1 T: Chicken Stampede B:E.F. Adam, "Old Time Fiddlers Favorite Barn Dance Tunes," St. Louis (1928) M:2/4 K:G (3DEF|G2ge d2ed|Bdgd edBA|G2ge d2ed|BAAB AFED| G2ge d2ed|Bdgd edBA|G2ge d2ed|BGAF G2:| |:ed|Bdef e3g|fedf edBA|Bdef e3g|fgaf g2:| |:ef|[gB]2[gB]2 [bB][Bg][bB][Bg]|[Bf]2[Bf]2 [Ba][Bf][Ba][Bf]|[gB]2[gB]2 [bB][Bg][bB][Bg]|[Bf][Bg][Ba][Bf] [Bg]2:|