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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. It is, however a version of the late 18th Scottish melody "Lady Hamilton (3)" or "Lady Sutherland."

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