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Contemporary critics certainly noticed the difference. The first performance of the tune (but not lyrics) may have happened as early as 1841.
The song has been alleged to refer to the notorious Daniel Tucker (1575-1625) of Jamestown, Virginia, and Bermuda.
Its origins remain obscure; the tune may have come from oral tradition, and the words may have been written by songwriter and performer Dan Emmett.
The blackface troupe the Virginia Minstrels popularized "Old Dan Tucker" in 1843, and it quickly became a minstrel hit, behind only "Miss Lucy Long" and "Mary Blane" in popularity during the antebellum period.
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They lacked a fiddle player, and the local innkeeper suggested young Emmett to fill in.
A story dating to at least 1965 claims that "Old Dan Tucker" was written by slaves about a man named Daniel Tucker who lived in Elbert County, Georgia.Its repetitive melodic idiom matches that of earlier minstrel standards, such as "Jump Jim Crow", "Coal Black Rose", and "Old Zip Coon". It begins with a boisterous eight-bar introduction. The remainder consists of sixteen bars with lyrics, half devoted to verse, and half to refrain.The refrain is syncopated in a way that had only previously been used in the minstrel song "Old Zip Coon". " generates a forward momentum and is answered by instruments in one example of the song's black-influenced call and response.Minstrels could begin leaping about at the introduction and coda, beginning the full music at the vocal section. Nathanson called it "the best of what I have denominated the ancient negro ballads.Musicologist Dale Cockrell argues that "Old Dan Tucker" represents a bridge between the percussive blackface songs of the 1830s and the more refined compositions of songwriters such as Stephen Foster. The melody is far superior to anything that had preceded it." The origin of the music of "Old Dan Tucker" has always been obscure, and no sheet music edition from 1843, its year of its first publication, names a composer.