Fiddling Infidelities




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Published on Nov 2, 2016

Fiddling Infidelities is a dance tune composed by Larry "Friar" Edwards, inspired by Steve P. Green. We agreed that it needed minor chords, if not an entire part in a minor key. So, the first part is in the key of A, the second part, F# minor. Now it needs a dance to go with it -- one that involves changing partners.

The tune was recorded in Winston-Salem, NC, in July 2016, with Friar sawing on the fiddle and Richard Chance sitting on the stump in the early morning, picking on his double-0 Martin.

Friar hopes you like it and will want to play it, or dance to it. If you record it, please give him credit as the composer.

More on his compositions and recordings at http://www.larryedwards.com/music/.


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