Montague Processional


Key: D

Form: Reel

ABC

X: 1
T: the Montague Processional
C: David Kaynor
R: reel
M: C|
L: 1/8
K: D
|: “D”D3F “(A7)”A2Bc | “D”d6 ef | “Em”g3f e2d2 | “G”B6 ef | “Em”g2fe “A7″a3g |
| “D”f2d2 “G”g2ag | “D”fafd “A7″egec |1 “D”d2AG “A7″FEDC :|2 “D”d4 “A7″{c}defg ||
|: “D”a3g “(A7)”f2e2 | “D”d6 ef | “Em”g3f e2d2 | “G”B6 ef | “Em”g2fe “A7″a3g |
| “D”f2d2 “G”g2ag | “D”fafd “A7″egec |1 “D”d4 “A7″{c}defg :|2 H”D”d2AG “A7″FE”d.C.”DC |]

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Melody

w/ low-string accompaniment

Low harmony

3-voice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sheet Music in PDF: Montague Processional, The

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Source (if known): David Kaynor (copyright 1985 Swinging Door Music BMI)

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Region: USA, New England

Notes: “I composed this in the summer of 1985 for a “Fiddlers’ Day” in Montague Center, Massachusetts which included, among other activities, a fiddlers’ procession around the village. It can be heard on the Montague Processional recording by Three Good Reasons (Susan Conger, Susie Secco, and me) and on the Lovers’ Waltz recording by Jay Ungar and Molly Mason.”
–David Kaynor

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