Annotation:Grand Turk's March (1) (The)

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X: 1 T:Grand Turk's March [1],aka. BC.28 M:C| L:1/8 Q:1/4=160 S:Benjamin Cooke MS.circa 1770, F.Kidson Coll. R:.March O:England A:Uncertain, probably northern N:See Grand Turk's March JBa.73 The significance of *2 above bar 10 escapes me. N:bar 24 possibly 'd6' in MS Z:vmp.John Bagnall F: K:D (A/B/c)|d2 d2 d2 d2|dcde dede|f2 f2 "^m"f2 f2|fefg fgfg|! a2 a2a2 (ba)|g2g2g2 ag|~f2 ed g2 f2|{f}e6||! cd|e2 e2 e2 f2|"^*2"edcB A2 (7A/B/c/d/e/f/g/|\ a2 a2 a2 b2|agfe d2(ag)|! f2 e2 d2 ag|((3fgf) ((3efe) d2 (ag)|fgab f2 e2|d4||! P:"^Variations" (A/B/c)|dAFA dAFA|dcde dAFA|\ fdAd fdAd|fefg fdAd|! a2 a2 aAAa|g2 g2 gAAg|f2 ed fagf|{f} e6||! ef|edcB edcB|cBA^G A2 ef|aAAa gAAg|f2 e2 d2 ag|! ((3fgf) ((3efe) d2 AG|((3FGF) ((3EFE) D2 ag|fgab f2 e2|d6|]

GRAND TURK'S MARCH, THE. AKA and see "Bodmin Riding," "Count Brown's March," "St. Ives Feast," "St. Ives Well Procession." English, March (4/4 time). The tune appears under this title in the 1747 music manuscript of Humphrey Senhouse (Cumberland) and the 1762 music manuscript of musician Joseph Barnes (Carlisle, Cumbria).

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