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X:1 T:Gleamham Hall M:6/4 L:1/8 R:Country Dance Tune B:Thomas Bray – “Country Dances” (London, 1699) N:The volume was dedicated to the 10 yr. old Duke of N:Gloucester, William Henry, son of Queen Anne. N:Bray was a theatrical dancer and dancing master in N:London in the 1690’s. Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Bb F2|BABc B2 cBcd c2|d6 B4f2|d2c2B2 A4 B2|(c6 c4)F2| BABc B2 cBcd c2|d6 B4d2|c2B2A2 G4 F2|(F6 F4):| |:c2|cBcd c2 AGAB c2|F6 f4g2|f2d2B2 e4 f2|(g6 g4) a2| B2a2b2f4 f2|gfga g2c4 b2|b2d2e2c4 B2|(B6 B4):|]

GLEAMHAM HALL. English, Country Dance Tune and Jig (6/4 time). B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Glemham Hall, Little Glemham, Suffolk was built circa 1560 by the de Glemham Family. It continues intact today as a private country estate situated on 3,000 acres (including a working farm).

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Printed sources : - Bray (Country Dances), 1699;

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