Annotation:Milton Hornpipe (2)

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X: 1 T:Milto(n?) Hornpipe [2]. JBu.15 T:Gipsey Hornpipe,aka. JBu.15 O:England,South Yorkshire S:Joshua Burnett's MS,c1835,S.Yorkshire M:C L:1/8 Q:1/2=90 R:.hornpipe N:'n' definitely missing from title, but perh. should be 'Milton' N:Milton is a local place-name, a part of Hoyland near Barnsley N:Not the same tune as 'Milton Hp' of the Leadley MSS Z:vmp.R.Greig.2010 K:D DFAc dcde|fdBd BAGF|GABc dcde|fdBG F2E2| DFAc dcde|fdBd BAGF|GABc dcde|fdec d2z2:| |:A2|FADA FADA|FADA BAGF|GBEB GBEB|GBEB cBAG| FADA FADA|FADA BAGF|GABc dcde|fdec d2d2:|

MILTON HORNPIPE [2]. AKA and see "Gypsy Hornpipe (3)," "Queen's Hornpipe (1)." English, Hornpipe. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). From the c. 1841 music manuscripts of Joshua Burnett (Worsborough, near Barnsley, south Yorkshire). The book was discovered in a violin case with an instrument by Martin of London and contains a number of melodies, chiefly ʻcut-timeʼ hornpipes, with several local titles (such as "Worsbrough Hornpipe," "Hesley Hornpipe," "Sheffield Rant" and "Sheffield Hornpipe"). "Milton Hornpipe (1)" from the Lawrence Leadley manuscript (also a Yorkshire musician), is a different, unrelated tune.

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