Gram's Reformaton (The)

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X:1 % T:Grams Reformation, The M:C| L:1/8 C:A.M. Hope N:One of three hornpipes in the MS by Hope, including “True Blue” N:and “North Shore.” Hope was probably a local composer R:Hornpipe S:John Rook music manuscript collection (Waverton, Cumbria, 1840, p. 220) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D A2|d'c'd'b afdf|gfed cBAG|FAdB GBef|fege dcBA| d'c'c'b afdf|gfed cBAG|FAdf gedc|d2d2d2:| |:AG|FAdA FAdA|GBdB GBdB|FAdA FAdA|BAGF E2 ab/c'/| d'c'd'b afdf|gfed cBAG|FAdf gedc|d2d2d2:|]



GRAMS REFORMATION, THE. English, Hornpipe (cut time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The hornpipe is one of three attributed to "A.M. Hope" in the 1840 music manuscript collection of multi-instrumentalist John Rook, of Waverton, Cumbria, 1840 (p. 220). Hope may have been a local composer. The title is perhaps "Graham's Reformation." See also "North Shore (3)" and "True Blue."

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