Annotation:Highway to Dublin (2)

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X:1 T:Highway to Dublin [2], The M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Jig B:John Gow – A Favorite Collection of Slow Airs, B:Strathspeys and Reels (London, c. 1804, p. 35) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G G2g dBG|{B}A>GA B2A|G2g {e}d{c}B{A}G|{B}TA>GA BGE| G2g dBG|{B}TA>GA Bd/e/f/|g>fe {e}d>cB|{B}TA>GA BGE:| {ef}g2g f2f|e2e def|g>ag e>fg|Ta>ga bge| (g/a/b/a/b/g/) (f/g/a/g/a/f/)|(e/f/g/f/g/e/) d2e/f/|!fermata!g>fe dcB|{B}TA>GA BGE:|]

HIGHWAY TO DUBLIN [2]. Scottish (?), Jig (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A 6/8 jig, perhaps with an Irish provenance, given the reference to that country's capital city in John Gow's title "Highway to Dublin". Fr. John Quinn finds cognate melodies in "Bottle of Claret (The)," and "Bobbing for Eels."

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Source for notated version : - NOTATED VERSION HERE

Printed sources : - John Gow (A Favourite Collection of Slow Airs, Strathspeys and Reels), c. 1804; p. 35. Edmund Lee (Mrs. Parker's Selection of Scotch Tunes, Strathspeys and Reels), Dublin, n.d.; p.

Recorded sources - RECORDED SOURCES HERE

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