Marmaduke's Hornpipe (Bill Driver)

As played by Bill Driver from the Missouri region

Hornpipe in D

From the Ozarks and Missouri Valley Collection

3 files for this tune:

Melody-Only Transcription (PDF)
Full Transcription (PDF)
MIDI

Source:

Recording of Bill Driver found on the Slippery-Hill website

Comments:

This tune is reputedly named after General John Sappington Marmaduke of the Confederate States of America, and is apparently a standard of Missouri fiddling. Here is Bill Driver's version. I'm wouldn't swear to the ordering of the parts in the transcription; the fragmentary nature of the source recording may have led me to swap the A and B parts. Play this one very fast.


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