Edinburgh Castle (1)
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EDINBURGH CASTLE . AKA - "Edinborough Castle." AKA and see "As 'Tis Danc'd at the Playhouse," "Country Dance at the Jubilee (A)," "Trip to the Jubilee." English, Country Dance Tune (9/4 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB (Offord, Walsh): AABB (Playford). The melody and dance directions were first printed by Henry Playford (1657 – c. 1707) in 1698 in his Dancing Master Part II, 2nd edition (effectively a version of the ninth edition of the Dancing Master). It was retained in subsequent editions of the Dancing Master through the 16th edition of 1716. For the 17th and 18th editions a different melody with the name "Edinburgh Castle" was printed (see "Edinburgh Castle (3)." "Edinburgh Castle (1)" also was printed in the various editions of John Walsh's The Compleat Country Dancing Master (1718, 1731, 1754). John Offord (1985) finds that the tune is a version of "Black's Hornpipe (5)" set in 9/4 rather than 3/2 time.Country Dance at the Jubilee."