Cobbler's Jig (1) (The)

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 Theme code Index    1H1H72H 6655
 Also known as    Cobbler (1) (The), Engels Lapperken, Cold's the Wind and Wet's the Rain
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    England
 Genre/Style    English
 Meter/Rhythm    Country Dance
 Key/Tonic of    G
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/2
 History    
 Structure    AB
 Editor/Compiler    John Walsh
 Book/Manuscript title    Complete Country Dancing-Master Volume the Fourth
 Tune and/or Page number    No. 20
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1740
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 Score   (1)   




X: 1 T: Cobler's Jigg [1] P: Longways for as many as will %R: march, reel B: "The Dancing-Master" printed by John Walsh, London S: 6: CCDM1 http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Compleat_Country_Dancing-Master_(Various) V.1 p.11 #20 B: "The Dancing-Master: Containing Directions and Tunes for Dancing" printed by W. Pearson for John Walsh, London ca. 1709 S: 7: DMDfD http://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/pageturner.cfm?id=89751228 p.92 Z: 2012-2013 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> N: The dance descriptions are identical, except for minor spelling and punctuation differences. M: C| L: 1/8 F:http://www.john-chambers.us/~jc/music/book/JohnWalsh/Coblers_Jigg.abc K: G % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [|\ g2g2 f2g2 | e2f2 d4 | e2e2 f2d2 | g4 d4 || g2d2 e2(dc) | B3c d2cB | A2B2 c2d2 | B3A G2A2 | B3A G2A2 | Bcd2 A3G | G8 |] % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - %%begintext align %% Honour to the Presence, then to your own; lead up %% forward and back, that again. %%endtext %%sep 1 1 300 %%begintext align %% The 1st Man Sides with his own Wo. then on the %% other Side of his own Wo. then change Places with %% your own Wo. and act the Cobler, then change Places %% with your own Wo. again, then cross over with %% your own Wo. and act the Cobler again, and then %% turn half round; then the 1st Man do the same to %% the 2d Wo. and the 1st Wo. to the 2d Man. Do this %% 'till you come to your own Places again. %% [DMDfD] %%endtext %%sep 1 8 500

X:1 T:Cobler’s Jigg [1] M:C| L:1/8 N:”Longways for as many as will.” B:John Walsh – Complete Country Dancing-Master, Volume the Fourth B:(London, 1740, No. 20) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G g2g2f2g2|e2f2 d4|e2e2f2d2|g4 d4:|| g2d2 e2 (dc)|B3c d2cB|A2B2c2d2| B3A G2A2|B3A G2A2|Bc d2 A3G|G8||

X:1 T:The Cobbler [1] M:C L:1/8 K:G d2 | g2g2 f>g a2 | e4d4 | e2e2f2 e>f | g6d2 | g2 fe fg a2 | e^cce dAAd | e^cde fdef | g2 fe d2 ef | g2d2e2d=c | B3c d2 cB | A3B c2 dc | B3A G2A2 | B3A G2A2 | BcBA G2A2 | Bc d2B2A2 | G6 ||

X:2 T:Cobbler's Jig [1], The M:2/2 L:1/8 K:D d2d2c2e2|B2B2A3A|B2B2c2A2|d6A2| d2d2c2e2|B2B2 A3A|B2B2c2A2|d4|| A4|d2A2B2AB|F3G A2 GF|E2F2G2A2|F3E D2E2| F3E D2E2|F3ED2E2|FGA2 E3D|D6z2||