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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.