Railway Hornpipe (2)

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 Theme code Index    1H315 2631H
 Also known as    Castle Rag Hornpipe (The), Clog Dance (4), Steam Packet Hornpipe (2)
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 Region    England
 Genre/Style    English
 Meter/Rhythm    Hornpipe/Clog
 Key/Tonic of    D
 Accidental    2 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4
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 Structure    AABB
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X: 1 T:Railway Hornpipe [2], The M:4/4 L:1/8 S:James Nuttall MS, c 1830?, Rossendale, East Lancs. R:Hornpipe O:England A:East Lancashire N:The title provides some parameters as to the date of this collection, N:ie certainly post 1825 (Stockton and Darlington Railway, first public N:steam hauled freight railway opened, with passengers being horse N:drawn), almost certainly post 1830 (opening of Liverpool and Manchester N:Railway, first steam hauled passenger carrying railway,a great N:sensation,and not beyond walking distance of Rossendale) ...CGP N:Originally beamed in pairs, rebeamed in fours.CGP Z:vmp.Manchester Morris Men K:D fe|dAFA DFAF|EGBG FAdc|Bggf fedc|c2 a2 a2 fe|! dAFA DFAF|EGBG FAdc|Bggf fedc|d2 d2 d2:|! |:cd|eAAA eAAA|fAAA fAAA|gAgA fAfA|A2 g2 g2 fe|! dAFA DFAF|EGBG FAdc|Bggf fedc|d2 d2 d2:|]

X:25 T:Steam Packet [2]. FK.25 T:Railway Hornpipe [2],The,aka. FK.25 M:C L:1/8 Q:1/2=90 C:"Swallows MS 57" B:Kidson's H'pipe MS,early 20thC. R:.Hornpipe O:England A:Leeds N: Z:vmp.John Bagnall,16/5/2003 K:D fe |dBAF DFAF | EGBG FAdc | Bggf feed | cdec A2 fe | dBAF DFAF | EGBG FAdc |B2 ge fdec | d2f2d2|| cd | eAAA fAAA | gAAA eAAA | gAfA eAdf | edcB Agge | dBAF DFAF | EGBG FAdc | B2 ge fdec | d2 f2 d2 |]