Favorite Hornpipe (5) (A)
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FAVORITE HORNPIPE , A. AKA and see: "J.B. Miller's Hornpipe," "Ned Kendall's Hornpipe (2)," "Old Voile," "Reefer's Hornpipe," "Reel des chantiers," "Reel du chauffeur." American, Hornpipe (2/4 time). F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune appears in Providence, Rhode Island, music teacher, violinist and dance fiddler George Saunders' 1847 violin tutor. It was played by the famous Boston-based keyed bugle virtuoso, Ned Kendall, and is one of the tunes associated with his name.