Rowling Hornpipe

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X: 1 % T:Rowling Hornpipe,aka. JWDM.15 M:4/4 L:1/8 Q:1/2=100 B:J.Winder MS,Wyresdale,Lancs.,1789 R:.Hornpipe O:England A:Lancashire N:cf.Kershaw MS Z:vmp.Taz Tarry F:http://www.cpartington.plus.com/Links/Winder/WinderJn(12-4-16).abc K:D AFDF EDCE|D2 EF GFED|C2 E2 DEFD| AFDF EDCE|D2d2AGFE|D2A2EFGE:| |:ABcA BcdB|c2 SBAS GFED|C2 E2 DEFD| ABcA fedc|d2 (cB) AGFE|D2F2EFGE:| |:fgaf efge|c2 (cf) efge|c2 c-f efge| fgaf efge|d2 (cB) AGFE|D2 F2 EFGE:| |:AFAF BGBG|AcBA GFED|CDEC EFGE| AFAF BGBG|BdcB AGFE|DEFD EFGE:|



ROWLING HORNPIPE. English, Hornpipe (4/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. "The Rowling Hornpipe" is contained in the music manuscript copybook of John Winder, a late 18th century dancing master in Lancaster, North West England. His relationship to the other Winder family musicians who lived in the area, and whose copybooks have also survived, is unclear and he may not have been directly related. The title is a version of "Rolling Hornpipe (The)," an old triple-hornpipe, probably from Cheshire.

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