Annotation:Gardner Lads (The)

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X:5 T:Gardener's Lads. Roose.0895 B:J.Roose, Manchester 1850 Z:Village Music Project. John Adams 2019 C:perhaps James Hill or Robt. Whinham N:Attributed to James Hill in Köhler's Violin Repository, Edinburgh, 1881 N:Dotted in Köhler, other slight differences. N:Attributed, undotted, to Robert Winham in Anon.CocksMS1, no date. Wm. Green in FarneArchive Q:1/4=130 L:1/8 M:C K:A (EF/G/)|ABcA GAFG|EFDE CDB,C| A,CEA FAdc|BEFG ABcd| (3cag (3fed (3Bfe (3dcB|(3AcB (3AGF EFGA|BcdB GEFG| AfeG A2:| |:AB|cB/A/ aA gAfA|eAe'A c'AaA|(3fga (3gfe (3def (3edc|(3Bcd (3ABc (3GAB (3FGA| ABcA GAFG|EFDE CDB,C|A,CEA FdBA|GEFG A2:|

GARDNER LADS, THE. AKA - "Gardiner Lads, "Gardener's Lads." English, Hornpipe. England, Northumberland. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. The composition is credited in Köhlers’ Violin Repository (Edinburgh 1881-1885) to the great 19th century hornpipe composer and fiddler James Hill, of Tyneside, Newcastle. However, it is credited to Robert Whinham (1814-1893), a musician, teacher, composer, dancing master and fiddler originally from Morpeth, in the 19th century William Green music manuscript. The tune was entered (as "Gardener's Lads") in the c. 1850 music manuscript collection of Manchester, England, musician biography:John Roose.

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - William Green ms., in the Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum [Dixon].

Printed sources : - Dixon (Remember Me), 1995; p. 70 (appears as "Gardiner Lads"). Laybourn (Köhlers’ Violin Repository, Book 2) , 1881-1885; p. 143.

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