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X:1 T:The Charlotte Cottilion M:2/4 L:1/8 B:The Calvert Collection - Page 10 Z:Nigel Gatherer K:Bb B|d2 e/d/c/d/|[f2d2] [f2d2B2]|gebg|~g2 f2|dBec|!trill! f2df| gecA|[B3F3D3]||B|Bf!trill!fe|!trill!ed!trill!dc|!trill!cB!trill!BA| B/c/d/e/ f/g/a/b/|Bf!trill!fe|!trill!ed!trill!dc|!trill!cB!trill!BA|[A2F2C2] [DFA]|| B/C/|[dB][dB][dB][dB]|eccd|[eG][eG] ge|[e2G4] d2|g2 gg/a/|bfed|bfed| [d2B2F2] [c2A2F2]| {Bc}[dB][dB][dB][dB]|eccd|[eG][eG] ge|[e2G4] d2|!trill!g2 g2| f/g/a/b/ a/g/f/e/|[d2B2] !trill!c2 {Bc}|[B3F3D3]||B|Bfdf|gece| [dB][cA][BG][AF]|B/A/B/c/ BF|BfdfZgece|dcBA|[B3F3D3]||

CHARLOTTE COTTILION, THE. Scottish, Country Dance Tune (2/4 time). B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABCD. The tune was published in Edinburgh in c. 1799 (dates vary) by Thomas Calvert, a musician from Kelso, Scotland. A note with the collection states that Calvert supplied "a variety of music and instruments, instruments lent out, tun'd and repaired."

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Calvert (A Collection of Marches & Quick Steps, Strathspeys & Reels), 1799; p. 10.

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