A, E, and D Quadrille

As played by Bob Walters from the Nebraska region

Quadrille in A, E, and D

From the Bob Walters Collection

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Recording of Bob Walters found on the Slippery-Hill website

To my ears, this sounds more like a formal European quadrille (or at least part of one) than an old time tune. This is a three-part tune, and as its name would imply, the first part is in the key of A, the second part is in E, and the third part is in D. I had to play it through many times before I got comfortable with the key changes.

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