Tom Mellin's Hornpipe

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X: 1 T:Tom Mellin's Hornpipe B:John of the Greeny Cheshire Way L:1/8 M:3/2 N:© John Offord, Reproduced with permission O:England R:Triple Hornpipe Z:Steve Bliven (bliven@massed.net) K:C P:1 A2 BA E2 e2 c2 BA | A2 BA E2 A2 F2 ED | A2 BA E2 e2 c2 BA| A2 Bc d2 D2 F2 ED || P:2 e2 c2 A2 e2 c2 BA | A2 BA E2 A2 F2 ED | e2 c2 A2 e2 fedc | Bc d2 D2 A2 F2 ED || P:3 e2 fg a2 gf fedc | e2 fe E2 A2 F2 ED | e2 fg a2 gf e2 dc| B2 cd D2 A2 F2 ED || P:4 ec A2 ec A2 ec A2 | A4 E3 A F2 ED | ec A2 ec A2 ec A2| d4 D3 A F2 ED |]



'TOM MELLIN’S'. English, Triple or “Old” Hornpipe (3/2 time). A Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABCD. "Tom Mellin's" was originally printed in Thomas Marsden's volume A Collection of Lancashire Hornpipes Old and New, published in 1705 by Henry Playford (p. 21).


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Offord (John of the Greeny Cheshire Way), 1985. Offord (John of the Green, the Cheshire Way), 3rd edition, 2017; p. 12.

Recorded sources : - <meta charset="UTF-8">Beautiful Jo BEJOCD-36, Dave Shepherd & Becky Price – “Ashburnham" (2001).




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