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Song Name: The Mountaineer's Courtship Audio Example and Tab By: Traditional/recorded by Ernest Stoneman (Pops Stoneman)
Posted By: marcy Difficulty: Any
Key: Any Genre: Country
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio: The Mountaineer's Courtship Audio Example and Tab
Created: 2016-01-01 11:15:09 Modified: 2016-01-01 11:17:12
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Song:

 

Here's a song Ernest Stoneman (Pops Stoneman) recorded with his
wife. He played the tune in first position with tongue blocked octaves
as in the video example. The video is played on a D harp. Both the
video and tab show the tune in the upper and lower octaves. It's a
real fun tune, hope you like it!

 

 The Mountaineer's Courtship

 

 6   7         7     7 -8        8       8        -8 -8       8 -8   7  
So when you gonna court me, court me, court me?

 

6       7        7     7 -8     8         8      8   -8 -8   -8 -8      8 -8      7  
So, when you gonna court me, my pretty little wreckless boy.

 

3 4           4     4    -4     5    5 5     -4 -4 -4      5 -4 4
I guess I'll court you Saturday,Saturday, Saturday.

 

3 4         4    4      -4     5 5 5          4     -4 -5-5      5 4       -4 4
I guess I'll court you Saturday--that is if the weather is good.

 

 

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