Sportsman's Hornpipe

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SPORTSMAN'S HORNPIPE. AKA and see “Oldham Sportsman (The).” English, Hornpipe. England, North‑West. A Dorian (Callaghan, Knowles): G Dorian (Kershaw). Standard tuning. AABB. The tune is contained in the 19thcentury Joseph Kershaw manuscript. Kershaw was a fiddle player who lived in the remote area of Slackcote, Saddleworth, North West England, who compiled his manuscript from 1820 onwards, although little more is known of him. His manuscript presently is kept at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library at Cecil Sharp House, London. The tune is nowadays sometimes called “The Oldham Sportsman.”


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Printed sources : - Callaghan (Hardcore English), 2007; p. 24.The Jospeh Kershaw Manuscript, 1993; No. 33. Knowles (Northern Frisk), 1988; No. 30.

Recorded sources : - Big Chair BC103, Cooper & Bolton– “The Savage Hornpipe” (2006). EFDSS CD13, Rod Stradling – “Hardcore English” (2007. Various artists). FLP003CD, Florida– “Brassroots” (1995). Fellside Records FECD192, Spiers & Boden – “Tunes” (2005). Green Linnet, Rod Stradling – “Rhythms of the Wold.” Rogue FMSD 5021, Rod Stradling – “Rhythms of the Wold.” Topic Records, Waterson/Carthy – “Broken Ground” (1999).




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