Wright's Hornpipe (4)

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X: 1 T:Wright's Hornpipe [4] TS.010 M:C| L:1/8 Q:1/2=90 S:Thomas Sands' MS,1810,Lincolnshire N:A faint echo of Morpeth Rant? R:.hornpipe O:Lincolnshire Z:vmp.Ruairidh Greig, 2011 K:Bb (BA)|B2(FE) DBFB|GABc BAGF|GABc dBfB|bBfB BAGF|! BGFE DBFB|GBFB EBDB|DFBd EGce|dBcAB2:|! |:ga|bfdB bfdB|fdcd BAGF|ecec dBdB|A2F2F2(B_A)|! GBEB edcB|AFAc fedc|Bbab fdBf|d2B2B2:|]



WRIGHT'S HORNPIPE [4]. AKA - "Duke of Norfolk's Hornpipe." English, Hornpipe (cut time). B Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune was entered twice into the c. 1810 copybook of Lincolnshire musician Thomas Sands; first as "Wright's Hornpipe" (No. 10) and later as "Duke of Norfolk's Hornpipe." Sands also has another, unrelated, hornpipe called "Wright's Hornpipe (3)."

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