Czar of Muscovy (1)

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 Theme code Index    3b1H3b5 27bL24
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 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    England
 Genre/Style    English
 Meter/Rhythm    Jig/Quadrille
 Key/Tonic of    F
 Accidental    4 flats
 Mode    Aeolian (minor)
 Time signature    6/4
 History    
 Structure    AA'BB
 Editor/Compiler    Henry Playford
 Book/Manuscript title    Dancing Master 11th edition
 Tune and/or Page number    pp. 290-291
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1701
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 Score   (1)   




X: 1 T:Czar of Muscovy. (p).1701.PLFD1.430 M:6/4 L:1/4 Q:3/4=80 B:Playford, Dancing Master,11th Ed.,1701. O:England;London Z:Chris Partington <www.cpartington.plus> K:Fm AF2f2F|A2BcBA|GE2e2E|G2ABAG|AF2f2F| A2B(cB)A|e3g2e|gaba2g|af2a2g| fe=defg|=BG2g2=d|efgc=de|=BG2=d2F| EGcDc=B|1c3C2D|=EGcB>AG:|2c3C3|| g3c2g|aga=d=ef|=e3c2c|GABcBc| =A3F2c|fefc=de|=d3B2f|babfga| g3efg|aABB2A|A3A2g|acagcg| fcf=ecg|acagcg|fcf=ece|fcfgcg| acagcg|fcfgcg|acagcB|AcfGf=e|f6:|

X: 1 T: Czar of Muscovy P: Longways for as many as will %R: jig 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.290-291 "C c 2" Z: 2013 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> M: 6/4 L: 1/4 %K: Fm F:http://www.john-chambers.us/~jc/music/book/JohnWalsh/alltunes.abc K:_e_B_d_F_G % but this makes little sense. N: Others have interpreted this tune as in F minor, which makes musical sense. N: Walsh's accidentals are copied here exactly. Sharps are used to cancel flats, unlike modern notation. % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [|\ AF2 f2F | A2B cBA | GE2 e2E | G2A BAG | AF2 f2F | A2(B cB)A | e3 g2e | gab a2g | af2 a2g | fe"^#"d efg | B^G2 g2^d | efg c^de | B^G2 d2F | EGc Dc^B | (c3 C2D | "_1"^EGc B>AG | (c3 C2) "_2"|| g3 c2g | aga d^ef | ^e3 c2c |GAB cBc | ^A3 F2c | fef c^de | d3 B2f |bab fga | g3 efg | aAB B2A | A3 A2g |aca gcg | fcf ^ecg | aca gcg | fcf ^ec^e | fcf gcg | aca gc^e | fcf gcg | aca gcB | Acf Gf^e | f3- f3 |] % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - %%begintext align %% The first and second cu. fall back and turn single, all 4. set again and the two men lead through the two %% women and turn twice, all 4. fall back and set, and turn single; then all 4. fall back again, then the we. %% do the same; the first man and woman take hands and set to the second man and turn single, set again %% and all 3. go the Hey once; then take hands again and set to the 2d. woman. and turn single, set again %% and go the Hey into their own places, and slip down the middle into the second couples places. %% [DMDfD] %%endtext %%sep 1 8 500

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