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Stoney point, Traditionnel

From parker_b%aplvax.span@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov Tue Mar 15 23:37:23 EST 1994 Article: 3217 of rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic Xref: undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic:3217 Path: undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca!watserv2.uwaterloo.ca!torn!howland.reston.ans.net!cs.utexas.edu!not-for-mail From: parker_b%aplvax.span@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov (Bo Parker) Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic Subject: TAB: Stoney Point Date: 15 Mar 1994 12:41:17 -0600 Organization: UTexas Mail-to-News Gateway Lines: 148 Sender: daemon@cs.utexas.edu Message-ID: <940315124241.1c02@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov> NNTP-Posting-Host: cs.utexas.edu Status: ORS Hi folks I tried to post this through the rmmga<->Usenet gateway yesterday and I don't think it made it through. So I have posted this copy to Usenet rec.music...acoustic through the utexas.edu mail->news gateway. My apologies if you get this twice. Here's another nice flatpicked fiddle tune, Stoney Point. It's in three parts, which are in G, Em, and G. Parts A and B are 16 measures each, and Part C is eight measures. This should be played at about quarter note = 200-220 beats/minute. Measures 7-8, 15-16, 23-24, 31-32 are good "generic" runs that can be used in several different contexts. TAB: Stoney Point (traditional, arrangement and TAB by Bo Parker, bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov) [ed note: tab removed since it is superceded by a later message -dgaudet] As always, if there are any mistakes, questions, comments, etc., please email me at bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov Enjoy -Bo Parker bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov (preferred) parker_b%aplvax.span@fedex.msfc.nasa.gov I do not speak for my employer, whoever that is. ``Squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast & bulbous.'' ``Got me?'' From parker_b%aplvax.span@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov Mon Aug 8 14:06:50 EDT 1994 Article: 6351 of rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic Xref: undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic:6351 Path: undergrad.math.uwaterloo.ca!watserv2.uwaterloo.ca!torn!spool.mu.edu!howland.reston.ans.net!cs.utexas.edu!not-for-mail From: parker_b%aplvax.span@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov (Bo Parker) Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.acoustic Subject: TAB: Stoney Point (repost w/added section) Date: 8 Aug 1994 11:43:54 -0500 Organization: UTexas Mail-to-News Gateway Lines: 172 Sender: nobody@cs.utexas.edu Message-ID: <940808114308.42c4@Fedex.Msfc.Nasa.Gov> NNTP-Posting-Host: news.cs.utexas.edu Status: ORS Hi (This is a repost of "Stoney Point" with the fourth part added.) Here's another nice flatpicked fiddle tune, "Stoney Point," also known as "Wild Horses" "Wild Horses at Stoney Point," or even "Pig Town Fling." It's in four parts, which are in G, Em, G, and G. Parts A, B, and D are 16 measures each, and Part C is eight measures. This should be played at about quarter note = 200-240 beats/minute. Measures 7-8, 15-16, 23-24, 31-32 are good "generic" runs that can be used in several different contexts. TAB: Stoney Point (traditional, arrangement and TAB by Bo Parker, bo_parker@fbpmac.msfc.nasa.gov. Part D arrangement based on a Steve Kaufman arrangement.) Pickup measure >>> |-3-| | | | | |-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------------| |-------------0-2-4-| |-------------------| |-------------------| Part A G D G 1 | | | | 2 | | | | 3 | | | | 4 | | | | |------3-0-----0---|-----3-0---------|-----3-0---0-----|-----------------| |----------3-----3-|-0-------3-0---0-|---------3---3---|-0---------------| |*-0---------------|-------------3---|-0-------------3-|---0-----0-------| |*-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----2-0---2-0---| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|---------------2-| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| __1__________________________________ G D | G D G 5 | | | | 6 | | | | 7 | | | | 8 | | | | |-----3-0-----0---|-----3-0---------|-----3-0-1-0-----|-1----------------| |---------3-----3-|-0-------3-0---0-|-------------2-3-|---3-2-1----------| |-----------------|-------------3---|-0---------------|---------3-0-----*| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------2-0-*| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------------| |-3---------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------- | _ 2 ________________________________ | G D G 15 | | | | 16 | | | | |------------0---0-|-----------------| |------0---3---6---|-3---0-----------| |--0-2---5---------|---5---2-0---0-2-| |------------------|-----------------| |------------------|-----------------| |------------------|-----------------| Part B Em D Em D Em 17 | | | | 18 | | | | 19 | | | | 20 | | | | |----0-----0---3---|-2-3-5-2-3-2-0---|---0-----0---3---|-2-3-5-2-3--7---| |--0-----3---------|---------------3-|-0-----3---------|----------------| |*-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| |*-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| __1________________________________ | Em D Em D G 21 | | | | 22 | | | | 23 | | | | 24 | | | | |----0-----0---3---|-2-3-5-2-3-2-0---|-0---0-2-3-0-----|----------------| |--0-----3---------|---------------3-|---3---------3-1-|-0--------------| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|---2-0---0-----*| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------4-------*| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|----------------| _ 2 __________________________________ | D G 31 | | | | 32 | | | | |------0-------7-8-|-10-8-7------------| |----0---7-8-10----|--------10-8-------| |--3---------------|-------------------| |------------------|-------------------| |------------------|-------------------| |------------------|-------------------| Part C G D G D G 33 | | | | 34 | | | | 35 | | | | 36 | | | | |----0-----7---7---|---0---------------|---0-----7---7---|----------------| |--8---8-10--8---8-|-7---7-8-10-8-10-8-|-8---8-10--8---8-|-7-----7-8------| |*-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|---7-9---------*| |*-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|---------------*| |------------------|-------------------|-----------------|----------------| |------------------|-------------------|-----------------|----------------| Part D G D7 G A7 D7 41| | | | 42 | | | | 43 | | | | 44 | | | | |-----3---0---3---|-----------------|-----3---0---2-3-|-5-3-2-0---------| |-----------------|-0---0---0-1-0---|-----------------|---------3-1-0---| |*0---------------|-------2-------2-|-0---------------|---------------2-| |*----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| _1________________ G D7 G C | D7 G 45| | | | 46 | | | | 47 | | | | 48 | | | | |-----3---0---3---|-----------------|---3-2-5-3-0-----|-----------------| |-----------------|-0---0---0-1-0---|-------------3-1-|-0---------------| |-0---------------|-------2-------2-|-0---------------|---2-0---0------*| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------4-----2-4*| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| |-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| _2________________ | D7 G 56| | | | |-----------------| |-0---------------| |---0-2---0-------| |-------4---------| |-----------------| |-----------------| You can mix these parts together basically any way you want and then play this: Ending: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-|-3-0-1-0---------|---0-------------|-----------------| |------------------|---------3-0-1-2-|-3---------------|-----------------| |------------------|-----------------|-----3-0-2-0-----|-----------------| |------------------|-----------------|-------------3-0-|-2-0-----0-------| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----1-2---2-1-0-| |------------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------| | | | | | | | | |------------------|-----------------| |------------------|-----------------| |------------------|-0---------------| |----------0-2-3-4-|-----------------| |----0-1-2---------|-----------------| |--3---------------|-----------------| NOTES: each "|" marks a beat (quarter note). * is a repeat symbol. * |-3-| indicates a triplet. As always, if there are any mistakes, questions, comments, etc., please email me at parker_b%aplvax.span@fedex.msfc.nasa.gov Enjoy -Bo Parker parker_b%aplvax.span@fedex.msfc.nasa.gov <-new address, eh? "I poked at it with a stick."


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