Scotch Hornpipe (6)

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X: 1 T:Scotch Hornpipe [6],A. JaW.230 M:C| L:1/8 Q:1/2=90 S:James Winder Ms, Lancashire, 1835-41 R:.Hornpipe O:England A:Wyresdale,Lancashire Z:vmp.Chris Partington, Aug 2004 K:G (BA)|G2GA GABc|d2g2 dBAG|c2ce dBAG|FGAB A2(AB)|! cBcd efge|dcBA G>FED|GBAc|BdAc|B2G2G2:|! |:g2|dBGB dBge|dBGB A2AB|cBcd efge|f2d2d2(cB)|! cBcd efge|dcBA G>FED|GBAc BdAc|B2G2G2:|



SCOTCH HORNPIPE [6]. AKA and see "Cairding O't (The)," "Miss Shepherd’s Hornpipe," "Salt Fish and Dumplings," "Shepherd's Hornpipe." Scottish?, Hornpipe (cut time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The hornpipe appears as "Scotch Hornpipe" in the 1835-41 music manuscript collection of Wyresdale, Lancashire, musician James Winder. Francis O'Neill published it in his O'Neill's Irish Music (1915) under the title "Miss Shepherd’s Hornpipe" and in piper O'Farrell's c. 1808 collection as "Shepherd's Hornpipe."


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