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X:1 T:Princess Hornpipe M:C| L:1/8 R:Hornpipe S:Ryan’s Mammoth Collection (1883) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Bb B>fd>B G>ec>A | B>cd>B F2 B>A | B2e2 (3efe (3dcB | A2f2 (3fgf (3edc | B>fd>B G>ec>A | B>cd>B F2 B>A | G>gf>e d>cB>A |B2b2B2 :| |: (cB) | A>cf>=e f>dc>B | A>cf>=e f2f2 | =e>gb>g e>cd>e | f>ef>e f2_e2 | d>ef>d B>cd>B | c>de>c A>Bc>A | B>ba>g (3fgf (3edc | B2b2B2 :|



PRINCESS HORNPIPE. AKA and see "Coey's Hornpipe," "London Clog (2)," "Miss Ferry's Hornpipe," "Southern Shore (The)," "Tammany Ring," "Wonder Hornpipe (The)." American, Hornpipe. B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The hornpipe has an English/Scottish provenance, and is generally attributed to Tyneside fiddler-composer James Hill (folk musician) (c. 1811-53) as "Wonder Hornpipe (The)." However, it has long been popular with Irish players. "Can be used as a Clog,” notes Ryan.


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Printed sources : - Cole (1000 Fiddle Tunes), 1940; p. 95. William Bradbury Ryan (Ryan’s Mammoth Collection), 1883; p. 131.






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