Good Night Waltz is a lovely waltz in the keys of C and F that was recorded by early string band performers such as the Kessinger Brothers, the Blue Ridge Entertainers, and the Leake County Revelers. This transcription is based on a Leake County Revelers performance recorded in New Orleans on April 13th, 1927, and released on Columbia records as Columbia #15189-D.

The modulation to the subdominant (i.e. F in the key of C major) is common in marching band music and ragtime.

Good Night Waltz

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