The Jumping White Nut Eater reel

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The Jumping White Nut Eater has been added to 18 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: The Jumping White Nut Eater
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
B2BG c2Bc|A=F(3=F=F=F =FGAc|(3ddd gd (3ccc =fc|1 BdcA GFGA:|2 BdcA Gdef||
gG(3GGG dGBd|=fc(3ccc cdef|gG(3GGG dGBd|=fdcA ~=F3A|
(3ddd gd (3ccc =fc|BGdG (3=F=F=F GA|B2GB c2Bc|1 dg=fd cdef:|2 dg=fd c2cA||
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X: 2
T: The Jumping White Nut Eater
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmix
B2BG c2Bc|AF ~F2 FGAc|~d2gd ~c2fc|1 BdcA GFGA:|2 BdcA Gdef||
|:gG~G2 dGBd|fc ~c2 cdef|gG~G2 dGBd|fdcA ~F3A|
~d2gd ~c2fc|BGdG ~F2GA|B2GB c2Bc|1 dgfd cdef:|2 dgfd c2cA||

Three comments

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The tune from Liz Carroll that follows Baiting the hook on her solo album with Daithi Sproule. You can find it at
Play them as fast as possible, and after that smash your fiddle against the wall (that’s a joke, obviously ha ha).

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Key, accidentals

This tune seems tobe in G mixolydian to me. Also, the notation is confusing. Normally, one accidental covers all subsequent occurances of the samenote for the duration of the measure, so there’s no need to put all those natural signs after the first one on the f in any given measure—however, since you notated it this idisyncratic way, do you intend all the fs not marked natural to be sharp?

If you had posted it in G mix, you’d only need to add those infrequent f sharps.

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