Annotation:Lord Binny's Minuet

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X:1 T:Lord Binny’s Minuet M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Minuet B: Daniel Dow – Twenty Minuets and Sixteen Reels or Country Dances (c. 1775, p. 20) B: Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:C c6|(3edc c2c2|(Gc)ecBc|(3fga g2 z2|c2 (EF) (F>E/2F/4)|G2 CEGc|eg (g>f/2g/4) ac| {Bc}d2 cBAG|c6|(e<c)(f<d) g2|c2 (3agf (3edc|(3Bcdc2 zG|[F4A4](3cBA| G4 (3gfe|(3dec G2B2|c6:||:{F}E4G2|c2 (Gc) (c>B/2c/4)|d2 GcBc|defd e2| ce g2z2|cf a2 z2|(3ABc G2F2|{F}E4 G2|c2 EGce|dB G2 (c>B/2c/4)| d2 GB (3dgf|(3edc c2G2|[F2A4]](3cBA|G4 (3EGc|(3AGF E2D2|C6:||

LORD BINNY'S MINUET. Scottish, Minuet (3/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Presumably, like Dow's other tune in his c. 1775 collection entitled "Lord Binny", the title refers to Lord Binning, acourtesy title of the Earls of Haddington.

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Printed sources : - Daniel Dow (Twenty Minuets and Sixteen Reels or Country Dances), c. 1775; p. 20.

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