Copenhagen Hornpipe (1)
X:1 T:Copenhagen Hornpipe  M:C| L:1/8 R:Hornpipe S:Ryan's Mammoth Collection (1883) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:E (ga) | b>ga>f e>gf>e | d>ef>d B>cB>A | G>Be>d c>fa>g | (3.f.g.f (3.e.d.c B2 g>a | b>ga>f e>gf>e | d>ef>d B>cB>A | G>Be=d c>af>^d |e2g2e2 :: (de) | f>BB>B B>fg>a | g>ee>e e>fg>a | b>ge>g a>gf>e | d>bc>^a B2 (de) | f>BB>B B>fg>a | g>ee>e e>f(ga) | b>gf>e (db) (Bd) | e2g2e2 :||
COPENHAGEN HORNPIPE . AKA and see "Brown's Hornpipe (2)," "Jones's Hornpipe (3)," "Malthouse Hornpipe (The)." American, Hornpipe. E Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. W. Blackman printed the tune as "Jones's Hornpipe (3)" in his Selection of the Most Favorite Hornpipes for the Violin (London, c. 1810-22), and William Bradbury Ryan included a 2nd version of the tune in his collection under the title "Bonnie Annie (4)." "Can be used as a Clog," says the note in Ryan's Mammoth. See also Joseph Allard's recording under the title "Reel du Goglu," and north Yorkshire fiddler Lawrence Leadley's music manuscript version as "Quick's Hornpipe." See note for "Captain John's Hornpipe" for more on this large tune family.