If there are suposed to be all those C-naturals, should we presume that the other ‘C’s’ are supposed to be sharps - which would mean a little change of key. Surely the B section bar-6 should be a C#?
Little Thatched Cabin
Here’s howI play it.
T: Little Thatched Cabin, The
Z: Jack Gilder
A,D~D2 FGAB|=cdDE FGA^c|~d2cd BdAG|FADB, =C2 B,C|!
A,D~D2 FGAB|=cdDE FGA^c|~d2 cd BAGF|1 EDCE D3 B, :|2 EDCE DABc ||!
d2 fd Adfd|g2 fg edBc|d2 fd Adfd|=cAGE =CDEC|!
d2 fd Adfd|B/c/d ef ~g2 ag|faec dBAG|1 FAEA DABc:|2 FGEG D4||!
Isn’t this just the Log Cabin? https://thesession.org/tunes/834
No, that’s a log cabin… they used logs to build those.
::Uncomfortable half smile trying to humour Jack by looking as though I understood what he said::
Those c sharps/c naturals
you are absolutely right- I can only blame the lateness of the hour, the fact that I was transcribing by ear, and Doc the cat was being very insistant that the typing fingers should be scratching his ears, so he kept grapping them…..but in real life I play it it pretty muc has you have written it out- thanks for correcting it! (Doc would thank you too, but he’s busy chasing my other hand…