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Uploaded by: LouPloch (04/04/16)
Composer: Jelly Roll Morton
Sample Producer: Metrolina Theatre Organ Society
Sample Set: Barton 3/12
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: New Orleans Funeral song
A traditional funeral song played during funeral processions in New Orleans. STARTING INTRO: Morton: What's that I hear at twelve o'clock in the day-time? Church bells ringing?
St. Cyr: Oh, man, you don't hear no church bells ringing twelve o'clock in the day.
Morton: Don't tell me--somebody must be dead!
St. Cyr: Ain't nobody dead. Somebody must be dead drunk.
Morton: Don't tell me, I think there's a fyoo-neral!
St. Cyr: Well, looky here! I believe I do hear a funeral! I believe I hear that tram-bone blowin'!. Generally played slowly and then uptempo after the service. Another QRS scanned roll.
Performance: MIDI
Recorded in: Stereo
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