Pantomime Reel (2)

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X:1 T:Pantomime Reel [2] M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Reel S:Ryan’s Mammoth Collection (1883) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:F (A/B/) | c/A/F/A/ c/A/f/d/ | c/f/A/c/ a/g/f/e/ | f/g/c/g/ b/a/g/f/ | (3g/f/e/ (3f/e/d/ .c(A/B/) | c/A/F/A/ c/A/f/d/ | c/f/A/c/ a/g/f/e/ | f/g/c/g/ b/a/g/e/ | faf :| |: (f/g/) | .a/.f/ (g/4f/4e/4/f/4) d/f/c/f/ | A/c/f/c/ .a(f/e/f/) | g/c/a/c/ b/c/a/c/ | {a}g/f/e/d/ .c(f/g/) | .a/.f/ (g/4f/4e/4/f/4) d/f/c/f/ | A/c/f/c/ .a(f/e/f/) | g/c/a/c/ b/c/a/c/ | {a}g/c/d/e/ f :|]



PANTOMIME REEL [2]. AKA and see “Kildare Fancy,” “Paine’s Reel.” American, Reel. F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "Pantomime Reel [2]", usually set as a hornpipe and not a reel, is amember of the large “Dundee Hornpipe,” “Duxbury Hornpipe,” “Union Hornpipe (3)” etc. family of hornpipe tunes. "Pantomime Reel" is Ryan's title for the tune, however, as with many hornpipes its provenance is complicated, and there are versions from England, Ireland and Scotland as well. It appears, for example, as an untitled hornpipe in the c. 1880 music manuscript of George H. Watson, of Swanton Abbot, Norfolk (No. 75 in the ms.).


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Printed sources : - Cole (1000 Fiddle Tunes), 1940; p. 23. Ryan’s Mammoth Collection, 1883; p. 48.






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