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KNUCKLE DOWN. AKA and see "Flowers of Edinburgh (1)." English. The title comes from the village of Bampton, Oxfordshire, England, where it is the name of a morris dance for which the well-known tune "Flowers of Edinburgh" is the vehicle. As sometimes happens, the tune takes on the name of the dance.

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