Lady Flashdash Hornpipe

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X: 1 T:Lady Flashdash,aka. JMP.036 T:Back of the Haggard,aka. JMP.036 T:Kershaw's Hp.,aka. JMP.036 M:2/4 L:1/16 Q:1/4=90 C:"40" S:John Miller MS. Perth, 1799.(for the fife) R:.Hornpipe O:Scotland A:Perth N:'Blacks Hornpipe -.Derry' - Londonderry, presumably. And there is N:another title written over 'Blacks' in a different writing - could be N:Houldens Hornpipe..CGr...aka Duke's Hp., aka Kershaw's Hp. H:1799 Z:vmp.C. Graebe F:http://www.village-music-project.org.uk/abc/miller.abc K:D Major "_Key in MS is Gmajor"A2 | dfdf ecAc | dBGB AFDF |\ GBAc Bged | dcBc A2dc |! dAA2 ecc2 | gefd aAB^c |BdGB AGFE | D2D2 D2:|! |: A2 | dAdA FAFD |BGEG BGdB | gefd ecdB | ce2d cBAG |! FdTd2 GeTe2 | AfTf2 | BgTg2 | afdf Bgec | d2d2d2 |]



LADY FLASHDASH HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Kershaw's Hornpipe," "Back of the Haggard (1)." English, Hornpipe. England, Yorkshire. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody appears in several British musicians' manuscript collections of the early 19th century, including those of John Miller (Perthshire, 1799), John Clare (Northamptonshire), Joseph Kershaw (Lancashire), Joshua Burnett (south Yorkshire), and Lawrence Leadley (Yorkshire, c. 1840). See also "Miss Manner's Hornpipe" for a related version, and the Irish "Back of the Haggard (1)" family of tunes.


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - an MS collection by Lawrence Leadley, 1827-1897 (Helperby, Yorkshire) [Merryweather & Seattle].

Printed sources : - Merryweather & Seattle (The Fiddler of Helperby), 1994; No. 23, p. 34.






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