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Peachbottom Creek

Posted by carlb


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Size: 1,111kb, uploaded 2/14/2011 9:51:37 AM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time

There are so many fiddle tunes that banjo players learn. Well, here's the reverse. Peachbottom Creek is the great Wade Ward banjo tune (f#DF#AD) that I adapted to fiddle (GDAE). My friend Bob Graff and I played this in the fiddle-banjo duet contest at the Henry Reed Festival in 2010. Thanks to Terry Reed who archived this (June 29, 2010) at the WNRV-AM (990) radio web site .

2 comments on “Peachbottom Creek”

Don Borchelt Says:
Sunday, February 27, 2011 @6:19:30 AM

Well, it isn't every day that you see a tune go from banjo to fiddle, instead of the other way around. And a fine job of work, too, it sounds like it came from the fiddle all along. Well done, Carl (and Bob)! I can't get enough of that D tuning.

gailg64 Says:
Saturday, November 10, 2012 @10:45:56 AM

Very, very nice, Carl, and a real inspiration for Dwight & me!

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