Miss Booth's Hornpipe

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X:4 T:Miss Booth's Hornpipe. BHp.04 T:Ashley's Flag,aka. BHp.04 M:C L:1/8 R:.Hornpipe Z:vmp. Peter Dunk 2013/15 B:Blackman - A Selection of the most favorite Hornpipes for the Violin ca1810-22 Q:1/4=140 U:w=!wedge! K:Bb de|f2 dBe2 c(A|B2)B2- B2 F2|GBFB GBFB|cdec BAGF| f2 dBe2 c(A|B2)b2 -b2 ga|bagf =efg(e|f2) f2 -f2:| |:de|(fe)wdwc =B_ag(f|e2)c2 -c2 cd|(ed)wcwB Agf(e|d2) B2 -B2 F2| G2e2F2d2|E2c2D2B2|cdcB ABc(A|B2) B2 -B2de|| (fe)wdwc =B_ag(f|e2)c2 -c2 cd|(ed)wcwB Agf(e|d2) B2 -B2 F2| GeFd EcDB|GeFd EcDB|cdec ABcA|B2B2B2|]



MISS BOOTH’S HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Ashley's Flag (1)," "Astley's Flag." English, Hornpipe. B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB’.


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - the c. 1847 music manuscript of Ellis Knowles, a musician from Radcliffe, Lancashire, England [Doyle].

Printed sources : - Blackman (A Selection of the most favorite Hornpipes for the Violin), c. 1810-22; No. 4. Doyle (Plain Brown Tune Book), 1997; p. 33.






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