Posted by Adam Kiesling, written by Rev Josiah K. Alwood
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Size: 6,555kb, uploaded 1/9/2012 2:59:06 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
I think this hymn was first written around 1880 or so by the Rev. Josiah K. Atwood. I've heard a few different versions over the years, including a great one from my friend Bonnie, but I think I was finally driven to work out an arrangement after listening to Hobart Smith. Mac Traynham and Shay Garriock also have a nice fiddle and banjo take on their "Turkey on the Mountain" album. My friend Meghan Dudle on fiddle (fiddle is tuned to DDAD), and I'm playing a Menzies gut strung tack-banjo in standard tuned down to D.
Friday, January 18, 2013 @8:34:23 PM
One of my favorites. A great banjo and fiddle duet.
Adam Kiesling Says:
Thursday, February 14, 2013 @5:20:40 PM
Thanks Uncle! I've been enjoying some of the tunes you've posted.
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