Champagne Charlie Galop

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X:1 T:Champange Charlie Galop M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Schottische S:Howe - 1000 Jigs and Reels (c. 1867) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D A |: F2A2 | e2d2 | c2B2 | B2G2 | E2G2 | c2B2 | (A4 | A2) zA | |1 F2A2 | B2F2 | A2G2 | G2G2 | c2c2 | B2G2 | (F4 | F2) zA :| |2 ^A2 B2 | c2d2 | d2F2 | c2B2 | A2^G2 | =G2E2 | (D4 | D2) a2 || f2f2 | f>e d>e | (a4 | a2) z2 | A2A2 | A>D F>A | (d4 | d2) z2 | d2d2 | d>c d>f | d2c2 | c2z2 | c2B2 | {c}B>^A B>c | B2 A2 | A2 z2 | f2f2 | f>e d>f | (a4 | a2) z2 | a2a2 | a>g f>a | (d'4 | d'2) z2 | d2d2 | d>c d>e | f4 | d2f2 | a2a2 | a>g e>f | (d4 | d2) z2 ||



CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE GALOP. American (?), Galop. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'B. A dance arrangement of the music-hall song "Champagne Charlie," written in 1866 by Albert Lee and George Leybourne.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Howe (1000 Jigs and Reels), c. 1867; p. 56.

Recorded sources: -



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