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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...er Scott, who based them on an old Cavalier song (Scott also mentions the song in his novel '''The Monastery''', 1830). <blockquote> ''March! march! Ettrick and Teviotdale,''<br> ''Why, my lads dinna ye march forward in order?''<br> ''All the blue bonnets are over the Border.''<br> ''Come from the hills where your hirsels (i.e. sheep) are grazing,''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...closely related tunes. See annotation for [[Annotation:Let's Have a Ceilidh]] for even more members of this large tune family. The title for this version of polka comes from the ditty sung, often by children, to the tune, which goes: <blockquote> ''I have a bonnet trimmed with blue.''<br> ''“Do you wear it?” Yes I do!''<br> ''“When do you wear it?” When I can.''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...e). AABB. An Irish version of &quot;[[Blue Bonnets Over the Border (1)]].&quot; See also the related &quot;[[Carraroe Jig (The)]].&quot; ''Printed sources:'' </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'': </font></p>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...LUE BONNETT [4], THE'''. Irish, Jig. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. O'Farrell gives the provenance as Irish. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'': </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...&quot; From this later tune the American old-time breakdown &quot;Billie/[[Billy in the Lowground (1)]]&quot; developed. ...al title was lost, to be replaced by a familiar floating title (which goes to at least two other melodies). ...trathspey and Dances''', vol. 1 (1799). See note for &quot;[[annotation:Braes of Auchtertyre (1)]]&quot; for more. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'':
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  • __NOABC__ <div class=&quot;noprint&quot;> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]] </font></p> <div style=&quot;page-break-before:always&quot;></div> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;2&quot;> <div style=&quot;text-align: justify; direction: ltr; margin-bottom: 90px; margin-left: 70px; margin-right: 120px;&quot;> ...n Eat the Woodpecker]],&quot; and the related part 'A' of &quot;[[Shelvin Rock]]&quot; (as played by Melvin Wine, for example). ...lklorist and fiddler Alan Jabbour finds that, in some sources, the title changed around 1800 to &quot;[[Johnny in the Nether Mains]].&quot;
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...d in 1644), and was printed in cellist and composer James Oswald's '''Caledonian Pocket Companion, vol. 2''' (1760). ...Worcester in 1651. Walter Scott, in his '''Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border''' gives these works to &quot;Lesly's March&quot;: </font></p> <blockquote><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;><i> ''Why the devil do ye na march?''<br> ''Stand to your arms, my lads,''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...s the excitement of the first day of the races and the Perth Hunt Ball in a letter to Maria Stewart of Dalguise: <blockquote> ...thirty pence, very traveled, charming manners and good eyes, but not pretty, there is a woeful lack of beauty.''<br> ...handsomest man I ever saw Sir Harry Floyd…. After the races Robert Grant attached himself'' ''to our party, he is a fine lad.''<br> ...with Craigie the Advocate,'' ''and separated from the rest of my party; he was stupid but it could not be helped”''<br> ...the flower of the beaux; very handsome with dark hair, a forehead of reflection, no want of expression there, a stately'' ''and elegant figure.''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...l. Members of the family (compiled on Bob Dunsire Pipe Forum [http://forums.bobdunsire.com/forums/showthread.php?t=124032&page=6]) include ...ayed by Fiji Piper (member of these Forums) and Stuart Cheyne at the wedding of Billy Connelly, on Toberua, Fiji) ...leader and accordion player Jimmy Shand, although he sometimes called it &quot;[[Fiona's Wedding]]&quot; and often played a third part. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'':
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...icked up from &quot;an old woman in Dumblane,&quot; although he reworked much of the material, save for the chorus &quot;My Harry was gallant and gay.&quot; ...that he soon after died'. Burns' reworking gives it a political cast, and is among his 'Jacobite' songs. It begins: <blockquote> ''Oh for him back again, oh for him back again''<br> ''I wid gie a' Knockhaspie's land for Hieland Harry back again''<br> ''My Harry was a gallant gay, fu' stately rade he o'er the plain''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...Trimmed with Blue]],&quot; &quot;[[Caubeen Trimmed with Blue]]&quot; (or Caubeen), &quot;[[Swing o' the Kilt]],&quot; &quot;[[London Irish Rifles (The)]]&quot; ...Campbell's Polka]]&quot; (parts 1 and 2), &quot;[[Come to Fiona's Wedding]]&quot; (comp Finlay Hayes), &quot;[[McKay's Polka]]&quot; (parts 1 and 2) ...throughout, and named so as to keep the history of the tune circulating for the future), &quot;[[Irish Two Step (The)]].&quot; </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'': Attwood O'Connor (b. 1923, Milltown Cross, South Kings County, Prince Edward Island) [Perlman].
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...as customary for the man to escort the woman home whom he had chosen during the dance. The rhyme accompanying the tune begins: </font></p> <blockquote><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;><i> ''Babbity Bowster''<br> ''Wha learned you to dance,''<br> ''Babbity Bowster, Babbity Bowster?''<br>
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  • __NOABC__ <div class=&quot;noprint&quot;> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]] </font></p> <div style=&quot;page-break-before:always&quot;></div> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;2&quot;> <div style=&quot;text-align: justify; direction: ltr; margin-bottom: 90px; margin-left: 70px; margin-right: 120px;&quot;> ...ur part medley. &quot;For that reason,&quot; says Phillip, &quot;the 'bonnet' name has also ecome attached to this other tune.&quot; </font></p>
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  • __NOABC__ <div class=&quot;noprint&quot;> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]] </font></p> <div style=&quot;page-break-before:always&quot;></div> <p><font face=&quot;Century Gothic&quot; size=&quot;2&quot;> <div style=&quot;text-align: justify; direction: ltr; margin-bottom: 90px; margin-left: 70px; margin-right: 120px;&quot;> ...Major (Martin/1990). Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB (Dunlay & Greenberg, Gow, Neil): AABB (most versions). [[File:gow.jpg|260px|thumb|left|Niel Gow]]
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...the jig in 1948, but the first sound recording of &quot;My Darling's Asleep&quot; was by Dan Sullivan's Shamrock Band, in 1929. [[File:shamrock.jpg|300px|thumb|left|Dan Sullivan's Shamrock Band]] ...o, and George Tapley on accordion. Some see similarities in &quot;[[Wink of Her Eye (2)]],&quot; &quot;[[Bold John O'Leary]].&quot; </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...r Mike Rafferty, born in Ballinakill, Co. Galway, in 1926, who had his unusual three-part version from fiddler Aggie Whyte [Harker].
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== [[File:bochsa.jpg|250px|thumb|left|Nicolas-Charles Bochsa]] <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...he gave lessons to Empress Josephine and created a craze of harp playing among the cultured ladies of Paris. ...ounty Cork uilleann piper and Church of Ireland cleric James Goodman [http://goodman.itma.ie/volume-one#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=107&z=438.5852%2C908.9238%2C7374.2874%2C4466.6667]. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'':
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...re famous Sliabh Luachra style of fiddling typefied by Paddy O'Keeffe, Dennis Murphy and Julie Clifford. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'': accordion player Johnny O'Leary (Sliabh Luachra region) [Moylan]. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...orporates verses from an older, bawdier, song (found in David Herd's '''Ancient and Modern Scotish Songs''', 1769). Burns' verses begin: <blockquote> ''The ploughman he's a bonnie lad,''<br> ''His mind is ever true, jo;''<br> ''His garters knit below his knee,''<br> ''His bonnet it is blue, jo.''<br>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...ots of the historical repertoire of the times. See note for &quot;[[Annotation:Oscar and Malvina]]&quot; for more. </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ''Source for notated version'': </font></p> <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;>
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face=&quot;garamond, serif&quot; size=&quot;4&quot;> ...o the tune &quot;[[Sleepy Bodie]]/Body&quot; in '''Orpheus Caledonius''' (1733), is substantially the same melody. .... i6j) and '''The Merry Muses of Caledonia''' (1799) adapted from a rustic song in Herd's '''Scots Songs''' (1769). Burns' lyric begins: <blockquote> ''The ploughman he's a bonnie lad,''<br> ''His mind is ever true, jo;''<br> ''His garters knit below the knee,''<br>
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