Loyalist Hornpipe

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X:1 T:Loyalist’s Hornpipe M:C| L:1/8 R:Hornpipe S:John Rook music manuscript collection (Waverton, Cumbria, 1840, p. 220) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G f|gbgb afdf|gece dBGB|cedf ec'bg|fgaf f2 ed| gd d2 ad d2|gdc'd d'deg|egce dcBA|G2G2G2:| |:ef|gdgd BGBd|ecGc ecfe|c'abg afge|fgae d2 dc| Bg g2 ca a2|dbb2 ec'c'2|d'bgb ec'af|g2g2g2:|]

LOYALIST HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Back of the Haggard (1)," "Black's Hornpipe (2)," "Dickey Gossip (2)," "Duke's Hornpipe," "Kershaw's Hornpipe," "Lady Flashdash Hornpipe," "Lodge Gate (The)," "Miss Manner's Hornpipe," "Pound Hill." English, Hornpipe (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "The Loyalist(s) Hornpipe," a member of a large hornpipe family, is from the 1840 music manuscript book of John Rook (Multum in Parvo, or A Collection of Old English, Scotch, Irish, Welsh Tunes), a musician from Waverton, near Wigton, Cumbria, England. Rook was a multi-instrumentalist, judging from the cover picture of his collection, and played what appears to be the Northumbrian small-pipes, bugle, flute, fife and fiddle, among others, as he indicates the collection is "for his amusement on the above instruments." See also note for "Kershaw's Hornpipe."

Additional notes
Source for notated version : - William Irwin music manuscript collection (c. 1850, Lake District, Cumbria) [Offord].

Printed sources : - John Offord (Bonny Cumberland), 2018; p. 51.

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