H. Martini's Favorite Minuet

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X:1 T:H. Martini's Favorite Minuet M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Minuet S:O'Farrell - Pocket Companion, vol. II (c. 1806) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D d3f e2 | e3g f2 | .d2.e2.f2 | {f}g2e2z2 | .g.f.e.d.c.B | A4 Bc | dA f2e2 | {e}d6 :|a2 abag | {g}f2 fdfa | {a}g2 g3f | fedcBA | d2 d/c/d/e/ f2 | B2 B/A/B/c/ d2 | ef gefd | cdec A2 | d3f e2 | e3g f2 | d2e2f2 | {f}g2e2z2 | gfedcB | A4 Bc | dA f2e2 | {e}d4z2 | FAdd d2 | GBee e2 | FA d3f | {f}e2 dcBA | FAdd dd | GBee ee | FA d2c2 | {c}d6 || A4 Bc | d4 fd | A4 GF | FE E4 | A4 Bc | d4 fd | Aaaggf | f2e2 z2 | FAdd d2 | GBee e2 | FA d3f | {f}e2 dcBA | FAdddd | GBeeee | FA d2c2 | {c}d6 ||



H. MARTINI'S FAVORITE MINUET. AKA - "Martini's Minuet.", Minuet. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABC. The melody appears in a large number of late 18th century music publications and musicians' manuscripts, beginning with Charles and Samuel Thompson's Compleat Tutor for the Hautboy (London, 1770). The piece has been attributed to Italian composer Giovanni Battista Martini [1] (1706-1784).


Additional notes



Printed sources : - O'Farrell (Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes, vol. II), c. 1806; p. 153-154.

Recorded sources : - Housemaster Records, Tom Kannmacher & Hubert Arnold - "Music of the Gentlemen Pipers" (2010).




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