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X:1 T:Peggy of the Green [1] M:C| L:1/8 B:Oswald – Caledonian Pocket Companion, Book 8 (1760, p. 18) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G (d/e/f)|g3f edge|d2G2A3B|dBGB dedB|Tf2a2a2 (gf)| g2ab (c'b)(ag)|(ed)eg A2B|dgec dBgd|TB2 AGG2:| |:(Bc)|dBdB g3B|dBdB G3B|c3d edcB|A2a2a2 (ge)| g2 (ab) (c'b)(ag)c'|edge A3B|d3g edeg|{ga}b2 (ag) g2:| |:(dc)|BgdB G2gd|BgdB G2 (AB)|cABG gdBG|A2a2a2(ge)| g2ab c'abg|edge a2 (ga)|b2 (ag) edeg|TB2 (AG) G2:| |:(Bc)|dBdB g3B|dBdB g3B|g3B gdBG|A2a2a2 (gf)| g2 bg f2 (af)|gedB TA3B|d3g edeg|{ga}b2 (ag) g2:|]

PEGGY OF THE GREEN [1]. Scottish (?), Reel (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). The tune was first published in Aria di Camera, being a choice collection of Scotch, Irish & Welsh Airs for the Violin and German Flute "by the following masters: Mr. Alex. Urquahart of Edinburgh, Mr. Dermot O'Connar of Limrick, Mr. Hugh Edwards of Carmarthen." It was printed London for Daniel Wright in 1727.

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Printed sources : - Oswald (Caledonian Pocket Companion, Book 8), 1760; p. 18.

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