Cold Frosty Morning (2)

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X:1 T:Cold frostie morning [2] M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Air B:James Oswald – Caledonian Pocket Companion, vol. 4 (1760, p. 16) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G D2|(DE) G2G2|G3A G2|A2 (cB)(AG)|TE4 D2|(DE)G2A2| B2d2 (e/f/g)|TA3G (AB)|G4 (AB)|c2 (dc)(BA)|B2 (cB)(AG)| (AB) (dB) (AG)|TE4 D2|E2G2A2|B2d2 (e/f/g)|TA3G (AB)|G4:| |:de|=f3a Tg>f|{f}Te4 d2|d2e2ga|Tg2e2d2|(=fe)fagf| (ed)(Bd)(eg)|deBdAB|GAGE D2|(DE)G2A2|B2 (ge) (dB)| TA3G (AB)|G4:||:D2|(DE) G2 (AB)|(AG) G2 (AB)|(d<B) (A<G) (A<B)| TE4 D2|DE G2AB|(g<e)(d<B) (A<G)|D2 (d<B) (A>B)|G4 (AB)| c2 (d/c/d/e/) (ge/d/)|Bg (d<B) T(A>G)|(A/G/A/B/) dB (A/G/A/B/)| TE4 D2|DE G2A2|(B/d/e/f/) gdBG|D3B (A/G/A/B/) G4:| |:(de)|=fF f a2 (g/f/)|Te3 (d/e/) (g/e/d/B/)|d2 b2 a/(g/a/b/)|Tg2 T(e/d/e/g/) d2| T(=f/e/f/g/ Tf/e/f/g/ Tf/a/g/f)|T(e/d/e/g/ Te/d/e/g/ Te/d/e/g/)|(d/e/g/e/) (d/e/d/B/) (d/B/A/B/)| L:1/16 G4 T(E3D/E/) D4|\ L:1/8 =f2 (a/g/f) (a/g/f)|(g<e) e2 (a/g/e)|(d>e) (g/e/d/B/) (d/B/A/B/)| G2TE2D2|(DE) G2A2|(B/d/e/f/) (g/f/e/d/) (c/B/A/G/)|TA3G (AB)|G4:|]

COLD FROSTY MORNING [2], A. AKA and see "I Am Asleep and Don't Waken Me (2)," "Past One O'Clock." Scottish, Slow Air or Waltz (3/4 time). F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The air first appears in John Playford’s Apollo’s Banquet, 5th edition (London, 1687), under the title “At past Twelve a Clock, and a fine Summer’s Morning” and in the opera Flora (London, 1737) by John Hippisley, as “At Past One a Clock, and a Cold Frosty Morning.” Scots versions can be found in James Oswald's Caledonian Pocket Companion, vol. 4 (1760, p. 16) and Francis Peacock's Fifty Scotch Airs (Aberdeen, 1762). An American musician, Andrew Wilson, included it in his 1782 commonplace book entitled "Brose and Butter" [Library of Congress]. See notes for "I Am Asleep and Don't Waken Me (2)" and "Past One O'Clock" for more.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Carlin (The Gow Collection), 1986; No. 588. Gow (Complete Repository, Part 2), 1802; p. 4. Oswald (Caledonian Pocket Companion, vol. 4), 1760; p. 16.

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