Played by Tony Gilmore, about 1953, this tune is attributed to Lyman Enloe, a fiddler and onetime resident of Miller County, Missouri.
It is unclear from the book who is actually playing the fiddle on this tune and it likely is not Tony Gilmore but R.P. Christeson himself.
As played by Tony Gilmore. There are many versions of this tune, not all of which are suitable for an old-time square dance, as is Tony's version
Played often by Tony Gilmore. Tunes of this type, in which the first two measures are repeated three times in succession, are fortunately rare.