Next week my holidays are definitvely over. So I took the chance to record it today...
Here's the video corresponding to this tablature:
As there are so many different versions of "Rosin the Bow" (I tend to believe that "Bow" is older than "Beau" and "rosin" not to be a name, but the verb describing the preparation of fiddle strings), I searched for a really "old" source for the tune.
I made a find here (turn to the second page of the document):
This is a print of 1852 - I didn't find the earliest print of 1838. Don't ask me why it is in a collection of "Ethiopian melodies!"
So I took that melody, transposed it from "G" to "D" and wrote an easy arrangement for it.
Here it is, hope someone likes it. Enjoy!