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X:1 T:Unison Hornpipe M:2/4 L:1/8 C:J.W. Raymond R:Hornpipe B:Elias Howe – Musician’s Omnibus Nos. 6 & 7 (Boston, 1880-1882, p. 634) B: http://ks4.imslp.net/files/imglnks/usimg/c/c7/IMSLP601433-PMLP562790-ONeill_Rare_Medium_M40_M8_v6.7_text.pdf Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A A/B/|cc/e/ d/c/B/A/|c/e/f/f/ fa/f/|ee/f/ e/c/A/c/|cB BA/B/| cc/e/ d/c/B/A/|c/e/f/f/ fa/f/|ee/f/ e/c/A/B/|cAA:| |:(3e/f/g/|a/g/a/b/ a/g/f/e/|f/g/a/f/ ec/d/|ee/c/ f/e/d/c/|cBB (3e/f/g/| a/g/a/b/ a/g/f/e/|f/g/a/f/ ec/d/|ee/f/ e/c/A/B/|cAA:|]

UNISON HORNPIPE. American, Hornpipe (2/4 time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Boston music publisher Elias Howe credits the composition of "Unison Hornpipe" to "J.W. Raymond". He is perhaps the J.W. Raymond who ran dancing academies in Portland, Maine, in the latter half of the 19th century, and whose name appears in local papers fairly regularly.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Elias Howe (Musician’s Omnibus Nos. 6 & 7), Boston, 1880-1882; p. 634.

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