Carrycoats Hall

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CARRYCOATS HALL. AKA and see "Remember Me." English, Hornpipe. The tune is included under this title in T. Carruther's manuscript in the Beamish Museum. Carrycoats Hall is located near Bellingham and Wark, Northumberland. The tune was composed by Northumbrian fiddler and composer Robert Whinham, and is better known as "Remember Me."

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