March Of Saint Timothy

  1. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Another fun tune composed by Judi Morningstar

    Mandolin - Weber Bridger
    Rhythm guitar - Gibson J45 Studio

    Here is the abc notation:

    T:March of Saint Timothy
    C:Judi Morningstar
    "G"B3c d2 B2 | "D7"A3B c2 A2 | "Em"G3A B2 G2 | "Bm"G2 F2 E2 D2 | "C"E3F G2 E2 | \
    "G"D2 G2 B2 d2 |1 "Am"c3B A2 G2 | "D7"F2 A2 D2 c2 :|2 "Am"cB AG "D7"F2 A2 | "G"G6 dd \
    | "D7"c2 d2 A2 c2 | F2 A2 D2 dd | "G"B2 d2 G2 B2 | D2 G2 B,2 dd | "D7"c2 d2 A2 c2 | \
    F2 A2 D2 dd | "G"d2 D2 E2 F2 | G2 A2 B2 dd | "D7"c2 d2 A2 c2 | F2 A2 D2 dd | "G"B2 d2 G2 B2 | \
    D2 G2 B,2 G2 | "C"E3F "C#dim"G2 E2 | "G"D2 G2 "Em"B2 d2 | "Am"cB AG "D7"F2 A2 | \
    "G"G8 |] \
  2. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    Who knew Saint Timothy had such a cool song just for him. Nice beat, great playing Robert. Another hidden treasure.
  3. crisscross
    Great tune, very well played, Robert!
  4. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Thanks Ginny and crisscross.
    Judi Morningstar emailed me and said "I’ve never given the religious connotation a second thought as it was actually named for the monthly dance we played for when we were first starting out as a band. It was held at St Timothy’s Church in Detroit, hence the name. It was sponsored by the Detroit Country Dance Society, which eventually merged with the newer group, Oakland County Country Dance Society after the dance was moved out to the suburbs."
    So there is a little more background for you!
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