Holywell Hornpipe (2)
X: 1 T:Holywell Hornpipe ,aka. JBs.011 R:.Hornpipe S:Jas.Blackshaw MS, 1837, N.Shropshire Z:T.Weatherall 2006 M:C L:1/8 Q:1/2=90 N:Syncopation is very rarely notated, and difficult to notate N:for an amateur. Was it intended? A:North Shropshire F:http://www.village-music-project.org.uk/abc/blkshw.abc K:G (Bc)|d2dg edcB|dgfg edcB|DGBG DGBG|DGBG cBAG|! d2dg edcB|dgfg edcB|gabg ecAF|G2G2G2:|! |:Bc|d2de dBGB|c3e3e2|cBcd cAFD|dgfa g2g2|! dfdg ecdg|fdfa gfga|bgbg ecAF|G2G2G2:|
HOLYWELL HORNPIPE . English, Hornpipe. England; Yorkshire, Shropshire, East Anglia. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody was also contained in the James Blackshaw manuscriot, c. 1837, from north Shropshire, as well that of his contemporary, fiddler Lawrence Ledley of Yorkshire. East Anglian musician William Clarke (Feltwell) entered a version into his mid-19th century music manuscript collection as an untitled hornpipe (No. 171).