More tunes from Chirps

Ten Cents
From Jim Reed of Benton, Illinois.

slow version of Ten Cents

Bob Walter’s Hornpipe
From Bob Walter (1889-1960), who played on the radio in Shenandoah, Iowa and for many dances on the Central Plains.

slow version of Bob Walter’s Hornpipe

Leonard Finseth’s Polka in G
A Norwegian-American fiddler from Mondovi, Wisconsin.

slow version of the Polka in G

All tunes recorded by P. Tyler at Chirps’ new country home in LaGrange, Wisconsin on March 30, 2008

Go to Paul Tyler’s transcriptions of these Chirps Smiths tunes.

To hear the first batch of Chirps Smith tunes.

Chirps Smith is the featured guest for the Fiddle Club of the World’s meeting on Sunday, April 20 at the Leadway Bar & Gallery.

One thought on “More tunes from Chirps

  1. I’m an Old Time enthusiast from the UK who plays a little fiddle (and more banjo), and who visits Clifftop and Mount Airy when he can.
    I love hearing the tunes on this excellent website.

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