Posted by vrteach
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Size: 4,644kb, uploaded 7/24/2008 9:28:06 AM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
The UIS Old-Time Jam crowd.
Friday, July 25, 2008 @2:38:35 PM
Nay, but the proper name is Frosty Morning (no *Cold* in the title). See page 114 of The Fiddler's Fakebook for proof.
Okay, I have put the wet noodle away.
That was great! The All Volunteer String Band does this one in medley with Kitchen Girl for barn dances.
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 @8:31:14 AM
Very true, but the "Cold" is pretty commonly added. I don't remember where I learned the tune, but I've called it Cold Frosty since I picked it up in 1978 or '79.
But, the definitive recording of it (Alan Jabbour's field recording of Henry Reed, Aug 27, 1966) is indeed titled "Frosty Morning".
I should also note that when I play this solo, I don't do the standard melody either--I switch what most people do as the A & B parts, and my low part is compatible but different.
john fincher Says:
Friday, October 24, 2008 @7:04:56 AM
I never tire of this tune - it's good to hear so many people enjoying it. I also play it as a set with Kitchen Girl and and The Bear Dance - all in Sawmill.
Saturday, November 29, 2008 @5:48:05 PM
I Like it. There is kind of a "ravel bolero effect" in the way the rest of the guys fall in. This tune is just great
Don Borchelt Says:
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 @7:12:02 AM
Nothing "cold" about this jam session. Very exciting.
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