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'''MR. LANE'S MAGGOT'''. AKA - "Lane's Maggot." AKA and see “[[Polly for ever]],” “[[Richmond Ball]],” "[[Round (The)]]." English, Country Dance Tune (2/2 time). D Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A maggot is another term for a dram; a unit of liquid measure, and also meant a small thing of little consequence or a plaything; from the Italian ''maggioletta''. Maggots were longways country dances of the late 17th century often dedicated to a personage or named for a composer; they appear for the first time in the 9th edition of the '''Dancing Master''' (1695). "Mr. Lane's Maggot" is attributed to Mr. Lane who was dancing master to Charles II, who also composed or is associated with Playford's "[[Lane’s Minuet]]" and "[[Mr. Lane's Trumpet Minuet (1)]]" and "[[Mr. Lane's Trumpet Minuet (2)]]."
 
'''MR. LANE'S MAGGOT'''. AKA - "Lane's Maggot." AKA and see “[[Polly for ever]],” “[[Richmond Ball]],” "[[Round (The)]]." English, Country Dance Tune (2/2 time). D Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A maggot is another term for a dram; a unit of liquid measure, and also meant a small thing of little consequence or a plaything; from the Italian ''maggioletta''. Maggots were longways country dances of the late 17th century often dedicated to a personage or named for a composer; they appear for the first time in the 9th edition of the '''Dancing Master''' (1695). "Mr. Lane's Maggot" is attributed to Mr. Lane who was dancing master to Charles II, who also composed or is associated with Playford's "[[Lane’s Minuet]]" and "[[Mr. Lane's Trumpet Minuet (1)]]" and "[[Mr. Lane's Trumpet Minuet (2)]]."
 
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''Source for notated version'':  
 
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''Printed sources'': Barlow ('''Complete Country Dance Tunes from Playford’s Dancing Master'''), 1985; No. 328, p. 79. Raven ('''English Country Dance Tunes'''), 1984; p. 212. Walsh ('''Complete Country Dancing-Master, Volume the Fourth'''), London, 1740; No. 84.
 
''Printed sources'': Barlow ('''Complete Country Dance Tunes from Playford’s Dancing Master'''), 1985; No. 328, p. 79. Raven ('''English Country Dance Tunes'''), 1984; p. 212. Walsh ('''Complete Country Dancing-Master, Volume the Fourth'''), London, 1740; No. 84.
 
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''Recorded sources'': <font color=teal>Alpha Records ALPHA502, Les Witches - "Nobody's Jig: Mr. Playford's Dancing Master" (2001).</font>
 
''Recorded sources'': <font color=teal>Alpha Records ALPHA502, Les Witches - "Nobody's Jig: Mr. Playford's Dancing Master" (2001).</font>
 
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See also listing at:<br>
 
See also listing at:<br>
 
Hear the tune played by Les Witches on youtube.com [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOBgH_tvZ8o]<br>
 
Hear the tune played by Les Witches on youtube.com [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOBgH_tvZ8o]<br>

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