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Cold Frosty Morn/Fall of Richmond

Posted by rteale

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Size: 2,381kb, uploaded 3/22/2010 8:25:52 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time

I call this the "loser's medley" - "Cold Frosty Morn" supposedly derived from tune the pipers played as they gathered the dead from the battle of Culloden; leading into "The Fall of Richmond" very apocryphally associated with the fall of the confederate capital in the civil war - hence loser's medley. Knocked off rather sloppily on my fretless mountain banjo built be Dennis Harrison, which I've had for a month or two. Recorded through my Mac microphone.



2 comments on “Cold Frosty Morn/Fall of Richmond”

Jimiah Says:
Tuesday, March 23, 2010 @12:02:12 AM

Hello Ray,
Nice work mate,
JIm

bluemule_77 Says:
Sunday, August 29, 2010 @6:36:52 AM

Nicely done! A couple of things regarding the information presented, however:

This tune is "Frosty Morning," not "Cold Frosty Morning." One "Cold Frosty Morning" is an old time tune from Melvin Wine, and the other which is associated with Culloden, is a different tune entirely with the "CFM" name. Finally, the other tune is "Falls of Richmond" and is about the waterfalls on the St. James River.

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