Annotation:Lord Nelson's Hornpipe (1)

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LORD NELSON'S HORNPIPE [1]. AKA - "Lord Nelson's Victory." AKA and see "Bridge of Lodi (The)," "Down Back o' Shoddy," "Huntsman's Hornpipe," "Lochmaben Hornpipe," "Nelson's Hornpipe (2)," "Saxon's Hornpipe," "Stage Hornpipe (4) (The)." English, Hornpipe. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. A popular and widespread tune under a variety of titles. The tune appears as "Lord Nelson's Hornpipe" in the music manuscripts of the Hardy family (Dorset), John Moore (1841, Tyneside), James Winder (1835, Wyresdale, Lancashire) and the G. Huddeswell manuscript (Leeds, west Yorkshire). It can also be found as "Lord Nelson's Victory" in the 1823 music copybook of musician Robert Hughes (Whitchurch, Shropshire).

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - the Thomas Hardy family music manuscripts (Dorset) [Trim]

Printed sources : - Trim et al (Musical Heritage of Thomas Hardy), 1990; No. 63.

Recorded sources : - Saydisc CDSDL 360, The Mellstock Band – “Under the Greenwood Tree” (recorded 1986). Saydisc CDSDL449, The Mellstock Band - "Traditional Dance Music of Britain & Ireland" (2018).

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