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X:1 T:Luxenbrugh, The M:6/4 L:1/8 R:Country Dance Tune N:"Longways for as many as will." Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G D2|G3A G2 G4A2|B3c B2 B4c2|d3e d2 d2c2B2|(A6 A4)g2| c3dc2 c4f2|B3cB2 B4e2|c3BA2 F2D2F2|(G6G4)|| Bc|d3e d2g4d2|d3ed2 ^d4B2|e3f g2 f2g2a2|(f6f4)B2| B3cd2E2F2^G2|(A6 A4)B2|c3B A2 A4^G2|(A6A4)A2| A3BA2 A2E2A2|F6D4A2|d3ed2 d2c2B2|(A6 A4)D2| G2F2E2 D2C2B,2|G2F2E2 D2C2B,2|G3AG2 F2D2F2|(G6G4)||

LUXENBURGH. AKA - "Luxenbrugh." English, Country Dance Tune (6/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune was first printed in London publisher John Young's Second Volume of the Dancing Master [1], third edition (1718, as "Luxenbrugh"). It was retained for the fourth edition of 1728. It also appears in several of the publications of John Walsh, beginning with Walsh & Hare's Second Book of the Compleat Country Dancing-Master (1719).

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Printed sources : - Walsh (Complete Country Dancing-Master, Volume the Fourth), London, 1740; No. 21.

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