Peg Huglestone's Hornpipe

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X:46 T:Peg Huglestones Hornpipe A:England;London M:4/4 L:1/8 Q:1/2=100 S:J.Walsh,Third Book of the most celebrated jiggs,etc 1731 Z:Pete Stewart, 2004 <www.hornpipemusic.co.uk> with vmp revisions K:C GF|E2A4GA|c4dcBA|c2e2dcBA|d2B4GF| E2A4GA|c4cBcA|c2e2dcBA|G2E4|| gf|e2g2fedc|d2g2edcB|c2e2dcBA|d2B6| e3f gefg|fefga4|agfe dcBA|G2E4|]



PEG HUGLESTONE’S HORNPIPE.AKA - "Peg Hugglestone's Hornpipe." English, Hornpipe. C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody appears in London publisherJohn Walsh’s third collection of Lancashire tunes (Third Book of the Most Celebrated Jiggs, Lancashire Hornpipes, etc.) published around the year 1730.


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - Offord indicates jos source for "Peg Hugglestone's" isDaniel Wright's Extraordinary Collection of Pleasant and Merry Humours (c. 1715), but the title is not listed in the contents.

Printed sources : - Offord (John of the Green: Ye Cheshire Way), 1985; p. 80.

Recorded sources : - Topic12-TS-355, John Kirkpatrick & Sue Harris - "Shreds and Patches" (1977). Brian Peters - "Sharper than the Thorn" (1997). Plant Life Recordings, The Late Night Band: The Kings of Baroque-a-Billy (2021).




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