Annotation:Bullock's Hornpipe

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X:1 T:Bullock's Hornpipe L:1/8 M:3/2 time K:Gmin G4 B4 d2 cB|A2F2F2 cB A2 GF|G4 B4 d2 cB|A2G2 g2G2 A2 GF:| |:DGFA G2 G,2 B,4|D2 F4 Bc A2 GF|DGFA G2 G,2 B,4|D2 G4 B2A2G2:| |:GABG ABcA BcdB|A2F c2 F2 ABcA|GABG ABcA BdcB|A2G2 g2G2 ABcA:| Gg^fa g2G2 B4|F2 f4 F2 ABcA|Gg^fa g2G2 B4|A2 g4 G2 ABcA| B,2 CB, A,2 B,A, G,4|D2 F4 Bc A2 GF|B,2 CB, A,2 B,A, G,4|D2 G4 B2A2G2||

BULLOCK'S HORNPIPE. AKA - "Bulock's Hornpipe." AKA and see "Old Age and Young." English, Triple Hornpipe. England, North-West. G Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCCD. This 'triple' or 'old' hornpipe is originally found in the Third Volume of the Dancing Master, 2nd edition [1], published by John Young in London in 1726 (as "Bulock's Hornpipe"). See also note for Scottish versions published as "Annotation:Old Age and Young." The first strain is shared with David Young's "Shire of Air", entered into his 1740 music manuscript collection, now called the Bodleian Manuscript.

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Printed sources : - Knowles (Northern Frisk), 1988; No. 47. Offord (John of the Green: Ye Cheshire Way), 1985; p. 20.

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