Bonnie Annie (4)
X:1 T:Bonnie Annie  M:C| L:1/8 R:Hornpipe S:Ryan's Mammoth Collection (1883) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:E (g>.a) | (b>.g)(a>.f) e>gf>e | d>ef>d B>cB>A | G>Be>^d c>fa>f | e>(f/2e/4) d>fg>a | b>ga>f e>gf>e | d>ef>d B>cB>A | G>Be>^d c>af>^d | ege :: (d>.e) | (f>.B)(B>.B) B>fg>a | g>ee>e e>fg>a | b>ge>g a>gf>e | d>bc>^a b>ed>e | f>BB>B B>fg>a | g>ee>e e>fg>^a | b>fg>e d>fe>c | B2d2B2 :||
BONNIE ANNIE . AKA and see "Brown's Hornpipe (2)," "Malthouse Hornpipe (The)." Scottish, Clog. E Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. William Bradbury Ryan included another version of the tune in his volume under the title "Copenhagen Hornpipe (1)." The first strain is shared with a large family of British and Irish tunes: Quebec fiddler Joseph Allard recorded a version as "Reel du goglu", and Yorkshire fiddlers Lawrence Leadley (1827-1897) and Joshua Burnett entered a version into their music manuscript books as "Quick's Hornpipe." See also the Irish "Captain Corbett's Hornpipe” and “Captain John's Hornpipe."