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- Still House
- Red Fox
- Säckpiplåt efter Carl Valström

My father, Tom Paley, played a version of this tune with a less unusual second part, which also has lyrics.

I learnt this version from banjo player Dan Stewart. The second part begins with a two-bar phrase played three times. In this transcription I've written the phrase in three different ways to suggest some of the possibilities for variation.

I learnt this tune from banjo player Dan Stewart.

Trad arr. © 2011 Ben Paley

Trad arr. © 2011 Ben Paley

Trad arr. © 2011 Ben Paley

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