Annotation:Where will Our Good Man Lay? (2)

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X:1 T:Wheir must our good man ly? [2] S:Henry Atkinson music manuscript collection (Northumberland, 1694, p. 95) F: N:No indication of style/rhythm and could be air, country dance, reel or hornpipe N:Matt Seattle believes this originally a pipe tune. Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion M:C L:1/8 K:Gmix G2G2B2A2|B3A G2c2|A3G F2f2|A3G F2F2| G2G2B2A2|B3A G2c2|A3 (GF2) (A2B2) (c2A2)|G4d4:| |:g2d2 (Bc)(dB)|g2d2 (Bc)(dB)|f2c2 (AB)(CA)|f2c2 (AB)(cA)| g2d2 (ef)(gf)|(gf)(ed) (ed)(cB)|A2 (GF) (AB)(cA)|G4 d4:|

WHERE WILL OUR GOOD MAN LAY? [2]. AKA and see "Ay as she piss'd she padled it," "Hambleton's Rant," "Lady Hamilton's Rant," "Black and Grey (1) (The)," "Duke of Hamilton's Reel (The)." English, Air (4/4 time). G Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody was entered into the 1694-95 music manuscript collection of Northumbrian musician Henry Atkinson as "Wheir must our good man ly?" [1]. See note for "Where will Our Good Man Lay? (1)" for more on subject, albeit a different melody.

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