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X:1 T:Untitled Polka T:aka The Sussex Polka C:Aylmore MS, Sussex M:2/2 L:1/8 K:Gmaj P:A |: GA | "G"B2 B2 Bdce | d2 G2 G2 AB | "C"c2 ec "G/B"B2 dB | "Am7"AGAB "D"A2 GA | "G"B2 B2 Bdce | d2 G2 "G/B"g4 | "C"edcB "D"dcBA | A4 "G"G2 :| P:B |: Bc |"G"d2 d2 "D"d2 ef |"G"g2 d2 d2 ef | gfed "C"edcB |"Am7" cBAG "D"A2 GA | "G"B2 B2 Bdce | d2 G2 "G/B"g4 | "C"edcB "D"dcBA | A4 "G"G2 :|



SUSSEX POLKA [2]. English, Polka (2/4to,e_. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune appears as an untitled polka from the 1796-1818 MS collection of William Aylmore, a clarinettist from West Wittering, Susses, and later included in the Welch family (Bosham, Sussex) MS, printed in Vic Gammon's Sussex Tune Book (No. 52).

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - X-Tradition, The Posh Band - "English" (1999).



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