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I wrote this tune while grieving the loss of my friend and fellow musician, Tom Holder. Tom, a fiddle player from Plainfield Massachusetts, was well known for his expertise at repairing fiddles as well as playing them. It was always a delight to see him show up to a session. He was a warm and kind as well as talented individual. Tom lost his life on May 31, 1999 in an accident involving his ultralight aircraft. His death was a loss keenly felt in many circles in the Pioneer Valley © 1999 by David de la Barre All rights reserved

I wrote this tune while grieving the loss of my friend and fellow musician, Tom Holder. Tom, a fiddle player from Plainfield Massachusetts, was well known for his expertise at repairing fiddles as well as playing them. It was always a delight to see him show up to a session. He was a warm and kind as well as talented individual. Tom lost his life on May 31, 1999 in an accident involving his ultralight aircraft. His death was a loss keenly felt in many circles in the Pioneer Valley 1999 by David de la Barre All rights reserved

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X: 1
T:Farewell Tom Holder
M:4/4
L:1/4
Q:100
C:David de la Barre
R:Air
N:I wrote this tune while grieving the loss of my friend and fellow
N:musician, Tom Holder. Tom, a fiddle player from Plainfield
N:Massachusetts, was well known for his expertise at repairing fiddles as
N:well as playing them. It was always a delight to see him show up to a
N:session. He was a warm and kind as well as talented individual. Tom
N:lost his life on May 31, 1999 in an
N:accident involving his ultralight aircraft. His death was a loss keenly
N:felt in many circles in the Pioneer Valley
N: 1999 by David de la Barre
N:All rights reserved
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"G" G G/2A/2 "Bm" B g/2f/2| "C" e/2d/2 c/2e/2 "G" d G/2A/2| B/2D/2 d/2B/2 "D" c/2D/2 F/2A/2| "G" A/2G/2-G2:|
g/2a/2| "G" b b/2a/2 "Em" g g/2f/2| "C" e/2d/2 c/2e/2 "G" d d/2c/2| B/2A/2 G/2B/2 "Bm" e/2d/2 c/2B/2| "C" c/2B/2 A/2G/2 "D" F/2D/2 g/2a/2|
"G" b b/2a/2 "Em" g g/2f/2| "C" e/2d/2 c/2e/2 "G" d G/2A/2| B/2D/2 d/2B/2 "D" c/2D/2 F/2A/2| "G" A/2G/2-G2:|
%1999 David de la Barre

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