Trip to Paris (1) (A)

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X: 1 T:A Trip to Paris [1] C:John Young, post 1726 M:2/2 L:1/8 S:Colin Hume's website, colinhume.com - chords can also be printed below the stave. Q:1/2=120 K:Am P:A A2 | "Am"c3 d e2 e2 | "Am"c3 d e2 e2 | "Dm"c2 e2 c2 e2 | "Am"c2 Bc A2 A2 |\ "Am"c3 d e2 e2 | "Am"c3 d e2 e2 | "Dm"c2 A2 "E7"B2 ^G2 | "Am"A6 e2 ||53b3b P:B "Dm"a4 a2 ^g2 | "Am"a2 =gf e2 e2 | "Dm"a4 a2 ^g2 | "Am"a2 =gf e2 e2 |\ "Dm"f3 e "G"d2 g2 | "C"e4-"Am"e2 f2 | "Dm"d4-"E7"d2 e2 | "Am"c6 d2 | "Dm"d2 c2 "G7"d2 B2 | "C"c6 c2 | "E7"B2 c2 d2 e2 | "Am"c2 Bc A2 c2 | "E7"B2 c2 d2 e2 | "Am"c2 Bc A2 c2 |\ "C"E2 F2 G2 A2 | "G"B4 "F"a4 | "C"e2 dc "E7"d2 cB | "Am"A6 |]



TRIP TO PARIS [1], A. English, Country Dance Tune (2/2 time). A Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. "A Trip to Paris [1]" was first printed (with directions for a country dance) in London by John Young in the Third Volume of the Dancing Master, second edition (c. 1726). It was also printed by rival music publisher John Walsh in his New Country Dancing Master, 3d. Book(1728, p. 115).


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Printed sources : - Barnes (English Country Dance Tunes), 1986. Fleming‑Williams & Shaw (English Dance Airs; Popular Selection, Book 1), 1965; p. 11. Raven (English Country Dance Tunes), 1984; p. 23.






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