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X:1 T:Orton Hornpipe M:C L:1/8 C:"by Wm Irwin" B:Wm Irwin, Folio MS, no. 63, c 1850. AGG's Transcription O:England A:Lake District N:Remarkably similar to Rickett's/Manchester Hp Z:vmp.Chris Partington.2005 K:C e2|cGEG c2c2|ecge c2de|f2ag fedc|BcdB G2AB| cGEG c2c2|ecge c2de|fagf edcB|d2c2 c2:| |:ef|{a}g^fge c2de|f2af d2de|f2ag fedc|((3Bcd) ((3cBA) G2ef| {a}g^fge c2de|f2af d2ef|gece fdBd|c2e2c2:|]

ORTON HORNPIPE. English, Hornpipe (4/4 time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Although Lake District musician William Irwin put his name to the tune in his c. 1850 music manuscript collection, it is, as researcher Chris Partington notes, "remarkably similar" to the popular hornpipes "Rickett's Hornpipe" AKA "Manchester Hornpipe (1)." Orton, northwest England, is a small market village in the rolling hills of Cumbria, established during the reign of Edward I in the 13th Century, and looks out over views of Orton Scar and the Howgills.

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

Printed sources : - Offord (Bonny Cumberland), 2018; p. 52.

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