X:1 T:Little Florrie T:Little Hennie C:Robert Whinham (1814-1893) M:C L:1/8 S:T. Armstrong manuscript c. 1850 K:G (3def|(3gba (3gfe dcBA|cBAG AGEG|DGBd cBAG|B2A2A2 (3def| (3gba (3gfe dcBA|cBAG AGEG|DGBd edcA|G2G2G2:| |:B,C|DGBA GFED|EGcB AGFE|DGBd cBAG|F>Gd>d d2 (3def| (3gba (3gfe dcBA|cBAG AGEG|DGBd edcA|G2G2G2:| |:(3def|gfgb afdf|eceg dBGB|cgec BgdB|AGAB A2 BA| GdBG FGAB|cBcd ecAF|GdBG FAdf|g2g2g2:||
LITTLE FLORRIE. AKA and see "Little Hennie." English, Hornpipe. England, Northumberland. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCC. Composed by Robert Whinham  (1814-1893), a musician, teacher, composer, dancing master and fiddler, originally from Morpeth, Northumberland. Graham Dixon (1995) believes the "Little Hennie" title in the Charlton Memorial publication was a misinterpretation of Whinham's "Little Florrie" owing to the florid sytle of writing in the original manuscript the tune was copied from. Other that the title, both versions are musically identical.