Peggy hast lost her garter

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X:1 T:Peggy hast lost her garter T:Megen a golles ei gardas M:3/4 L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Allegretto" B:William Bingley – North Wales…delineated from two excursions, vol. 2 (1804) N:From a section entitled “Sixteen Admired Welsh Airs” (p. 10) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G D2|[B,2G2][B,2G2][B,2G2]|F3E D2|G2 GBAc|B3A G2| c2 cdec|B2 BcdB|c2A2 AB|[F4A4]:| d2|g2 gabg|f2 fgaf|e2 efge|f2d2d2| g2 gabg|f2 fgaf|e2 efge|fe d2c2| B2g2d2|B2g2d2|B2g2d2|Tc4B2| A2 ABce|d2c2B2|A>B G2F2|[B,4D4G4]||



PEGGY HAST LOST HER GARTER. AKA - "Megen a golles ei gardas," "Margaret that Lost Her Garter," or "Megan a golliad ei gardas." Welsh, Air (3/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. Set as a dance tune, it is a galliard.


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Printed sources : - William Bingley – North Wales…delineated from two excursions, vol. 2 (1804), from a section entitled “Sixteen Admired Welsh Airs” (p. 10). Edward Jones (A choice collection of 51 Welsh airs), 1863; p. 11.






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