Edenside Rangers Quick March (The)

Find traditional instrumental music
Jump to: navigation, search

X:14 T:Edenside Rangers Quick March,The. Car.14 A:Carlisle B:Village Music project, Carlisle MS O:England M:6/8 L:1/8 F:http://www.village-music-project.org.uk/abc/carlisle.abc R:Quickstep S:CarlisleMS,Anon.c1812.AGG's transcription Q:3/8=145 Z:vmp.Chris Partington K:Bb F|B2d B2B|B2d B2d|d2f d2d|d2f d2f|! {c'}bag {g}f2d|{c'}bag {g}f2d|{d}c2c c2c|{B}c2f edc|! B2d B2B|B2d B2d|d2f d2d|d2f d2f|! {c'}bag {g}f2d|{c'}bag {g}f2d|{d}c2B {B}AGA|{A}B2B B2||! f|d2B f2f|d2B {g}f2f|bag fed|{d}c2c c2f|! d2B f2f|d2B {g}f2f|fba bg=e|fgf "^DC"edc||! f2f f2a|{c'}b3 z2a|{a}g2g a2b|{d}c'3 z2b|! a2a c'2a|g2g b2g|aba gf=e|fgf "^DC"egf|]

EDENSIDE RANGERS QUICK MARCH, THE. AKA and see "Bugle Quickstep (4) (The)," "New Bugle Horn (The)." English, March. England, Cumbria. B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). See note for "Edenside Rangers Slow March" for notes on the short-lived Edenside Rangers. County Leitrim piper and fiddler Stephen Grier (c. 1824-1894) entered a version of this march in Book 3 of his large c. 1883 music manuscript collection as "New Bugle Horn (The)," a version of which (in three parts) was printed by Peter Kennedy as "Bugle Quickstep No. 3" (for which see "Bugle Quickstep (4) (The)" in the Traditional Tune Archive).

Additional notes

Back to Edenside Rangers Quick March (The)

(0 votes)