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'''PERCY BROWN'S POLKA.''' AKA - "[[My Auntie Jean]]." English (originally), New England; Polka. C Major (Carlin): G Major (Callaghan). Standard tuning (fiddle). ABC. Percy Brown [http://www.mustrad.org.uk/articles/p_brown.htm] [http://www.eatmt.org.uk/percy_brown.htm] (1903-1980) was an influential melodeon player from Aylsham, Norfolk. The second strain of "Percy Brown's" is employed as the first strain of the Irish polka/song “[[I'll Tell Me Ma]] (When I go Home).” [[File:percybrown.gif|250px|thumb|left|Percy Brown (photo by Dave Arthur]]
 
'''PERCY BROWN'S POLKA.''' AKA - "[[My Auntie Jean]]." English (originally), New England; Polka. C Major (Carlin): G Major (Callaghan). Standard tuning (fiddle). ABC. Percy Brown [http://www.mustrad.org.uk/articles/p_brown.htm] [http://www.eatmt.org.uk/percy_brown.htm] (1903-1980) was an influential melodeon player from Aylsham, Norfolk. The second strain of "Percy Brown's" is employed as the first strain of the Irish polka/song “[[I'll Tell Me Ma]] (When I go Home).” [[File:percybrown.gif|250px|thumb|left|Percy Brown (photo by Dave Arthur]]
 
[[File:d'albert.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Charles d'Albert]]
 
[[File:d'albert.jpg|200px|thumb|right|Charles d'Albert]]
 
That same strain along with the third strain of "Percy Brown's" were composed by Charles d'Albert (1864-1932) as "[[King Pippin Polka]]."  d'Albert was a Glasgow-born pianist and composer who was a student of Franz Liszt. The son of a French/Italian father and an English mother, D'Albert never spoke English fluently, and considered himself to be German, and became a naturalized citizen of Germany later in life. He composed 21 operas, a symphony, two piano concerti, and numerous lesser works.  
 
That same strain along with the third strain of "Percy Brown's" were composed by Charles d'Albert (1864-1932) as "[[King Pippin Polka]]."  d'Albert was a Glasgow-born pianist and composer who was a student of Franz Liszt. The son of a French/Italian father and an English mother, D'Albert never spoke English fluently, and considered himself to be German, and became a naturalized citizen of Germany later in life. He composed 21 operas, a symphony, two piano concerti, and numerous lesser works.  
 
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''Printed sources'': Callaghan ('''Hardcore English'''), 2007; p. 46. Carlin ('''Master Collection'''), 1984; No. 8, p. 18. Miller & Perron ('''101 Polkas'''), 1978; No. 90.
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<font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - Callaghan ('''Hardcore English'''), 2007; p. 46. Carlin ('''Master Collection'''), 1984; No. 8, p. 18. Miller & Perron ('''101 Polkas'''), 1978; No. 90.
 
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''Recorded sources'': <font color=teal>Free Reed Records FRR 011, The Old Swan Band - "No Reels" (1977).</font>
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See also listing at:<br>
 
See also listing at:<br>
See/hear the tune being played on one-row 'C' melodeon on youtube.com [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DleW80upUJA]<br>
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PERCY BROWN'S POLKA. AKA - "My Auntie Jean." English (originally), New England; Polka. C Major (Carlin): G Major (Callaghan). Standard tuning (fiddle). ABC. Percy Brown [1] [2] (1903-1980) was an influential melodeon player from Aylsham, Norfolk. The second strain of "Percy Brown's" is employed as the first strain of the Irish polka/song “I'll Tell Me Ma (When I go Home).”
Percy Brown (photo by Dave Arthur
Charles d'Albert

That same strain along with the third strain of "Percy Brown's" were composed by Charles d'Albert (1864-1932) as "King Pippin Polka." d'Albert was a Glasgow-born pianist and composer who was a student of Franz Liszt. The son of a French/Italian father and an English mother, D'Albert never spoke English fluently, and considered himself to be German, and became a naturalized citizen of Germany later in life. He composed 21 operas, a symphony, two piano concerti, and numerous lesser works.

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Printed sources : - Callaghan (Hardcore English), 2007; p. 46. Carlin (Master Collection), 1984; No. 8, p. 18. Miller & Perron (101 Polkas), 1978; No. 90.

Recorded sources: -Free Reed Records FRR 011, The Old Swan Band - "No Reels" (1977).

See also listing at:
See/hear the tune being played on one-row 'C' melodeon on youtube.com [3]



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