Friday, 28 February 2014

Tune 376 - Tombigbee




An American waltz whose name comes from the Tombigbee river which flows through Mississippi and Alabama. 

The box I am playing is a conversion I have made to a D/G melodeon of a Hohner Student 1 Piano Accordion.


X:376
T:Tombigbee Waltz
M:3/4
L:1/8
K:G
BA|G2 B2 B2|B d3 BA|G2 B2 B2|B d3 Bc|
B2 A2 A2|A3 B cd|e2 d2 d2|d3c BA|
G2B2B2|B d3 BA|G2 B2 B2|B d3 Bc|
B2 A2 A2|A3 B cd|e2 d2 F2|G4||
d2|g4 d2|g4 d2|e2 d2 e2|B4 Bc|
B2 A2 A2|A3 B cd|e2 d2 d2|d4 d2|
g4 d2|g4 d2|e2 d2 e2|B4 Bc|
B2 A2 A2|A3 B cd|e2 d2 F2|G4||

2 comments:

  1. Hmm ... You've confused Mississippi with Misouri. ;-) If you ask google about "Tombigbee river", it'll show you a map of the watershed.

    Nice version of a nice tune, though. It's well known among the "Old TIme" and contra-dance musical crowds here in the US.

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