Rainbow Socks slip jig

By Oliver Schroer

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Rainbow Socks has been added to 8 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Rainbow Socks
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
M: 7/8
|:D2 DE FED|AD BD AFD|G,B, DG FED|EF ED CB,A,|
D2 DE FED|AD BD AFD|G,B, DG FED|1 A,D CE D2A,:|2 A,D CE DCB,||
|:A,2 c2 cdd|G,2 B2 AFD|D2 DE FED|GB AF E2D|
A,2 c2 cdd|G,2 B2 AFD|D2 DE FED|1 A,D CE DCB,:|2 A,D CE D3||
2
X: 2
T: Rainbow Socks
R: slip jig
M: 9/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
M: 7/8
|:d2 de fed|ad bd afd|GB dg fed|ef ed cBA|
d2 de fed|ad bd afd|GB dg fed|1 Ad ce d2A:|2 Ad ce dcB||
|:A2 c'2 c'd'd'|G2 b2 afd|d2 de fed|gb af e2d|
A2 c'2 c'd'd'|G2 b2 afd|d2 de fed|1 Ad ce dcB:|2 Ad ce d3||

Five comments

Re: Rainbow Socks

Oliver Schroer was a wonderful and inventive musician to be certain. Listen to any of his albums for proof of this. A query…does anyone know where I might be able to source other tunes by Oliver. Thinking specifically of “A Thousand Thankyous”.
Many thanks ( from a fellow Canuck)*
* term given, with respect, to Canadians in general

Re: Rainbow Socks

For any very adventurous fiddle players playing the flute friendly version, changing the B part’s second bar from a G on the D string to double-stopping both G and D strings makes the bar far easier, and also sounds cool 🙂

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