Annotation:Lady Mildmay's Waltz

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X:1 T:Lady Mildmay's Waltz M:3/8 L:1/8 R:Waltz B:Goulding & Co. - Twenty Four Country Dances for the Year 1808 (London) N:"With proper Tune & Directions to each Dance (as they may be N:performed at Court, Bath, and all Public Assemblys." Z:Transcribed and edited by Fynn Titford-Mock Z:abcs's:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:A (a/e/a/e/a/e/)|ccc|(dB).B|cAA|a/e/a/e/a/e/|ccc|edB A3:| |:G/B/e/B/G/B/|A/c/e/c/A/c/|G/B/e/B/G/B/|A/c/e/c/A/c/|a/e/a/e/a/e/|ccc|edB|A2:|| K:Amin |:c/B/|AAc/B/|AAc/A/|Bee|cAc/B/|AAc/B/|AAc/A/|Be^G|A2:| |:e/f/|ee^G|AAc|BBe|d/c/B/c/e/f/|ee^G|AAc|Be^G|A2:||

LADY MILDMAY'S WALTZ. English, Waltz. A Major ('A' and 'B' parts) & A Minor ('C' and 'D' parts). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCCDD. The title perhaps refers to Jane Mildmay (c. 1765-1857), who married Sir Henry Paulet St. John-Mildmay in 1786, or perhaps one of her daughters. She apparently was a heiress, for Henry added the name Mildmay to his own in 1790. Lady Jane evidently was musical, for there is a portrait of her dating from 1785, seated playing the harp.

Lady Jane Mildmay

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Goulding (Twenty Four Country Dances for the Year 1808), 1808; No. 8.

Recorded sources: -

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