Come Hap Me with Thy Petticoat

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 Theme code Index    526L6L 5555
 Also known as    Hap me with thy pettycoat, I'll Hap Ye in My Plaidie, Leith Wynd, Leith Wind, Munlochy Bridge
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    England, Scotland
 Genre/Style    English, Scottish
 Meter/Rhythm    Air/Lament/Listening Piece
 Key/Tonic of    G
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4
 Structure    AAB
 Editor/Compiler    William McGibbon
 Book/Manuscript title    Book:Scots Tunes Book 2
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 42
 Year of publication/Date of MS    c. 1746
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X:1 T:Hap me with thy Pettycoat M:C L:1/8 B:Alexander Stuart – “Musick for Allan Ramsay’s Collection” (Edinburgh, c. 1724, p. 60-61) F: Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D V:1 c/>B/|Ad F/A/d/F/ E>DEF|Ad F/A/d/F/ A>B Ac/B/|A/d/A/d/ F/d/F/d/ E>DEF| B>d B/d/B/A/ B>c B::c/B/ |Ad A/B/d/e/ f>a f/e/d/c/|dF A/B/d/F/ A>B Aa/g/| f/e/d/f/ g/f/e/g/ a/g/f/a/ g/f/e/g/|f/g/f/d/ d/e/f/F/ (B>c B/)g/f/g/|a/f/b/f/ a/f/g/d/ e/c/a/e/ f/d/e/c/| d/e/f/a/ A/d/F/d/ (B>c) Ad/c/|B/A/G/B/ A/G/F/A/ G/F/E/F/ F/E/D/F/|BB, (B/c/4d/4)B/A/ B2B:| V:2 clef = bass C,|D,2D,,2A,2A,,2|F,F,, D,F, A,E, A,,2|D,,A,, D,D,, A,2A,,2| D,B,, F,F,, B,2B,,::z|D,2D,,2 DF, A,A,,|F,D D,F, A,E, A,,2| D,2E,2 F,D, E,C,|D,E, F,F,, B,/F,/D,/F,/ B,,2|DD, E,D, C,A,, D,A,| E,A, DD, A,E,A,,2|G,G,, F,D, E,C, D,F,|D,/B,/F,/B,/ F,F,, B,,3:|

X:1 T:Come hap me with thy Petticoat M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Brisk" S:McGibbon - Scots Tunes, book II, p. 42 (c. 1746) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G g3 | d3B !trill!A3G | E3DE2G2 | d4 d3B | d6g2 | d3B!trill!A3G | !trill!E3D E2G2 | e4!trill!e3d | e6 :: g2 | d3e g3a | (gab2) !trill!(a3g) | d3ed2B2 | d6g2 | d2e2g2a2 | (gab2) !trill!(a3g) | e3b !trill!a3g | e6g2 | d3eg3a | (gab2) !trill!a3g | d3ed2B2 | d6g2 | (ed)(cB) (cB)(AG) | !trill!E3D E2G2 | e6!trill!e3d | e6 :: g2 | (ded)B c(BAG) | (EG)(DG) E2G2 | (dBd)e (ded)B | d6g2 | (ed)(cB) (cB)(AG) | EGED E2G2 | (ede)g (eg)(ed) | e6 :: g2 | (dBd)e (deg)a | (g3a/b/) !trill!a3g | d(gfe) (dcB)c | d6e2 | d2(ef) (gfg)a | (g3a/b/) !trill!a3g | e3b (aba)g | !trill!e6g2 | (dBd)e (deg)a | g3(a/b/) !trill!a3g | d(gfe) d(cBc) | d6g2 | (ed)(cB) (dB)(AG) | EGDG !trill!(EDE)G | e3g (ege)d | e6 :||

X:2 T:Come hap me with thy Peticoat (sic) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel B:McGlashan - Collection of Scots Measures (177?) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G g|dBAG EDEG|d>edB d3g|dBAG G>ABd|e>ged e3g|dBAG E>DEG| d>gdB d3g|dBA>B G>ABd|e>ged e3||g|d>ega g/a/b ag|d>edB d3e| d>ega g/a/b ag|e>ba>g e3g|d>ega g/a/b ag|d/g/f/e/ d/c/B/c/ d3g| e/d/c/B/ c/B/A/B/ G/F/G/A/ B/A/B/d/|e/d/e/f/ g/f/e/^d/ e3||

X:1 T:Come hap me with thy Petticoat M:C L:1/8 R:Reel B:Aird – Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and Foreign Airs, vol. 1 (1782, No. 187, p. 65) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:G g|(dB)(AG) (ED)(EG)|d2 dB d2 dg|dBAG EDEG|e2 ed e2:| |:g|dega {ga}b2 ag|d2 dB d2 de|dega {gb}b2 ag|e2 ed e2 eg| dega {ga}b2 ag|d>edB d2dg|dBAG EDEG|e2 ed e3:|]

X:4 T:Come hap me with thy petticoat M:C L:1/8 S:Stenhouse Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:F f2|c2A2G2F2|D2C2D2F2|c4 c2A2|c6 f2| c2A2G2F2|D2C2D2c2|d4 d2c2|d6 f2| c2d2f2g2|f2a2g2f2|c2d2c2A2|c6 f2| c2A2G2F2|D2C2D2c2|d4 d2c2|d6||