Monkey's Wedding

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 Theme code Index    1133 2227L
 Also known as    Michael Finnegan, Oh the Monkey Marry to the Baboon Sister, Drunken Sailor (1), Paw Paw Patch, Ten Little Indians
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 Region    England, Canada, United States
 Genre/Style    Down-East/Maritime, English, Old-Time
 Meter/Rhythm    Air/Lament/Listening Piece, March/Marche, Two-Step
 Key/Tonic of    F
 Accidental    1 flat
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/4
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 Structure    One part
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X:1 T:Monkey's Wedding M:2/4 L:1/8 R:Song tune B:James L. Hewitt & Co., 137 Broadway, New York (1860's?) K:F "Song tune"C|FF F/F/F|AcAF|GGGG|G/A/G/F/ E C/C/|FFFF|AcAF| d>fe>g|f2 zc|f(f/g/) af|eg ec/c/|d(d/e/) f(e/d/)| cfcA|(B/A/) (B/c/) d (c/B/)|Acfd|(d/c/) (B/A/) (c/B/) (A/G/)|F3|| "instrumental break"c|ff/g/ af|egec|d/c/d/e/ fe/d/|cfcA| B/A/B/c/ dc/B/|Acfd|d/c/B/A/ c/B/A/G/|F3||

X:0756 T:Monkey's Wedding. Roose.0756, The T:Michael Finnegan,aka. Roose.0756 T:Paw-paw Patch,aka. Roose.0756 M:2/4 L:1/8 Q:1/4=100 U:w=!wedge! N:There are lyrics to a song of this name in 'Carl Sandburg's American Songbag' 1920 N:There is a reference to the tune being published ~1860 By James L Hewitt & Co NY N:A copy can be found in F on abcnotation.com B:J.Roose MS, Manchester, 1850 Z:Village Music Project. Rob Lands 2019 K:G D|wGwG wGwG/wG/ | (Bd) wBwG |wAwA wAwA | (A/B/)wA/wG/ wFwD/wD/ | wGwG wGwG | Bd BG | (!>!e>g) (!>!f>a) | "8"g2zd | wg(g/a/) bg | fa (fd/)d/ | e(e/f/ g)(f/e/) | (dg) (dB) | (c/B/)wc/wd/ (ed/c/) | (Bd ge) | (e/d/)wc/wB/ (d/c/)wB/wA/ |"16" G3 || "Sym."d| g(g/a/) (bg) | (fa) (fd) |(e/d/e/f/) (gf/e/) | (dg dB) | (c/B/)(c/d/) (ed/c/) | Bd ge | e/d/c/B/ d/c/B/A/ | G3|]

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