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  • #29298

    Blucy
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    This tune sounded fun. Wilson’s Clog apparently
    Although I tried to copy the link earlier and it lead to a different video of the same guy playing fiddle in his band Aolin. But different tune. So if this goes to the dance floor, well you know I goofed it. If he’s playing a tune on mandolin, that’s it. 😉

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp7YSycR4dQ?list=PL8D677E4AF973C796&w=877&h=493%5D

  • #29300

    Blucy
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    ok yeah, this one. The other post of the same title went to some fiddling at a dance (by the same guy). Also amazing on his part but less good sound quality. bumping the one with the right link
    this embedded code should also work
    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp7YSycR4dQ&w=877&h=493%5D

  • #29301

    Blucy
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    Also this version in Library of Congress online from 1966 audio recording of Henry Reed from the Reed family home 😉
    on fiddle, listed as Schottishce in C with notes that it is sometimes called Wilsons Clog, or German Waltz, or related tune Nightingale Clog
    http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afcreed.13034b33

  • #29302

    Blucy
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    This one sounds learnable, and has the B part; by Graham Townsend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lvvo7A0FZAw
    from 1967

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