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X:1 T:Ridge, The M:C L:1/8 R:Reel B:George P. Knauff – Virginia Reels N:Published in Baltimore by Geo. Willig n.d. (1839) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A c|A2 EA FAEA|DACA B,BBc|A3 EA Ffed|ceBd cAA:|| (3efg|aece fdBd|ceAc BE z(3efg|aece dfBd|ceBd cAA (3efg| aece dfBd|ceAc BEE e|fefg afed|ceBd cAA||

RIDGE, THE. AKA and see "Lady Sutherland," "Lady Hamilton (3)," "Countess of Sutherland (1)," "Lady Hamilton's Reel," "Glasgow Ladys." Scottish (originally), American; Reel (whole time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The melody under the title "The Ridge" was printed by publisher George Willig in Baltimore, c. 1839, in George Knauff’s Virginia Reels vol. 1 (No. 12, p. 6). It is, however a version of the late 18th century Scottish melody "Lady Hamilton (3)" or "Lady Sutherland."

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