Bill Driver Tune

Players: Warren Helton, fiddle; David Cavins, guitar

Recorded March 27, 2011 at Warren Helton’s home in Vienna, Missouri by David Cavins.

Lauterbach

Players: Billy Lee, fiddle; Vera Blum, electric bass; Howard Marshall, banjo; Phil Peters, guitar

From “Play Me Something Quick and Devilish” (Voyager Records companion CD, 2012).

Heel and Toe Polka

Players: Carol Hascall, fiddle; Don Carricker, guitar; Joyce Carricker, bass

From “Now That’s A Good Tune:” Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling (University of Missouri Cultural Heritage Center, 1989; Voyager Records reissue, 2010). Recorded by Amy Skillman December 11, 1987 at Carol Hascall’s home in Independence, Missouri.

Tiehacker Hoedown

Players: John Williams, fiddle; Howard Marshall, banjo; Michael Breid, guitar

John Williams learned this tune as a teenager from Nile Wilson of Bucklin, MO. From “Fiddling Missouri” (Voyager Records VRCD 344, 1999).

Marmaduke’s Hornpipe

Players: Jake Hockemeyer, fiddle

Recorded at a south Callaway County fish fry, 1965. From “Play Me Something Quick and Devilish” (Voyager Records companion CD, 2012).

Missouri Waltz

Players: Howard Marshall, fiddle; Heinrich Leonhard, guitar; Kathy Gordon, bass

Recorded in Columbia, Missouri, November 22, 2013 by Kathy Gordon.

Red Wing

Players: Howard Marshall, fiddle; John Williams, fiddle; Kenny Applebee, guitar

Performed during Marshall presentation at the State Historical Society of Missouri annual meeting in Columbia, October 13, 2013. Recorded by Sam Griffin.

Grey Eagle

Players: John Williams, fiddle; Howard Marshall, fiddle; Kenny Applebee, guitar

Performed during Marshall presentation at the State Historical Society of Missouri annual meeting in Columbia, October 13, 2013. Recorded by Sam Griffin.

Soldier’s Joy

Players: John Williams, fiddle; Howard Marshall, fiddle; Kenny Applebee, guitar

Performed during Marshall presentation at the State Historical Society of Missouri annual meeting in Columbia, October 13, 2013. Recorded by Sam Griffin.

Iberia Breakdown

Players: Bill Driver, fiddle; probably R.P Christeson, piano

R.P. Christeson collected this tune from Bill Driver in the late 1940s and included several of Driver’s tunes, including this one, in the “Old Time Fiddler’s Repertory.”