Spanish Waltz (4)
X: 1 T:Spanish Waltz . LW.045 M:3/8 Q:3/8=50 L:1/16 C:"Lionel Winship" B:Lionel Winship MS, 1833, Wark, Northumberland Z:Village Music Project 2017 Anne Wride K:G z2|G2B2D2 | B2d2G2 | BAcAGF | AGBG D2 | G2B2D2 | B2d2G2 | BAcAGF | G4 | |: d2 | d2c2A2 | d2B2G2 | d2c2A2 | dedcBA | G2B2D2 | B2d2G2 | BAcAGF | G4 :| |: D2 | GFGABc | defgdB | d^cd=cAF | AGBGD2 | GFGABc | defgdB | d^cd=cAF | G4 :| |: D2 | G2D2 GB | Td2cBAG | A2D2 FA | Tc2BAGF | G2D2 GB | d4 (3Bcd | d^cd=cAF | G4 :| |: D2 | GBDGBG | BdGBdB | AcDFAF | GBDGBG | GBDGBG | BdGBdB | AcDFAF | G4 :| |: z2 | ADBDAD | BDdDBD | ADBDAD | BDdDBD | Ggfedc | DdcBAG |BAcAGF | G4 :|
SPANISH WALTZ . AKA and see "Allentown (Waltz) (The)." English, Waltz (3/8 or 3/4 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABBCCDDEEFF. This multi-part melody was entered as "Spanish Waltz" in the 1833 music manuscript book of musician Lionel Winship of Wark, Northumberland. A fourteen part (!) version of the same tune can be found as "The Allentown" in Peter Kennedy's Fiddler's Tune Book: Slip Jigs and Waltzes (1999, No. 93), provenance unknown.