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  • ...e of information about the dances that now form part of the modern country dance repertoire. : The Story of the Minuet; The Early Waltz; Country Dance, Contredanse, Cotillon
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  • ...uick marches, reveille, and retreat. The book also contains funeral music, dance music, and a "Rogues march" used to make fun of cowards and other undesirab ''Anne Livermore Rookey studied the tune book thoroughly for her Masters thesis at Brandeis University in 1997. She also
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  • ==Dance Research== * [[Dance Bibliography]]. Includes books, articles,academic studies, and links to not
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  • The William Vickers’ tune book was compiled in 1770, probably in Newcastle upon Tyne. It contained 580 tun ...e High Level Ranters, The Cut and Dry Band and Alistair Anderson. The tune book provides a unique insight into the traditional music repertoire 240 years a
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  • "A Book Of Tunes "David Wall, His Book, 1775"
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  • This information is taken from a photocopy of a book in the Kidson Collection at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow. There's a page With proper Figures and Directions to each Dance Performed at Almack's, Bath and all Public Assemblies
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  • ...Aberystwyth. NLW20067A folio 20.verso. Marked "Mr W. S. Clark’s Old Music Book. William Thomas Lewis, Mardy, Aberdare, 1869" ...) (NLW MS 20067A). The volume is described as 'Mr. W. S. Clark's Old Music Book' and bears the name 'Willm. Thos. Lewis, Mardy, Aberdare, July 22 [18]69' [
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  • ...r, who collected tunes from a variety of sources. These tunes include both dance and song tunes. ...f the few first hand accounts by an actual contemporary practitioner. This book is still in print and copies may be had from the author.
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  • ...lished dance books and in Morpeth musician [[Henry Atkinson]]'s manuscript book of 1694,
    1,006 bytes (165 words) - 18:09, 6 May 2007
  • This manuscript tune book was purchased from George Kelsall’s bookshop in Littleborough in the mid The book has been bound in card covers overlaid with a very thin leather which is in
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  • ...and also has a particular interest in the illustration of music and social dance over the centuries. http://www.broadsideband.co.uk ...e containing many articles and facsimiles pertinent to various aspects of dance, including quadrilles, the 1993 Hornpipe Conference, step and clog, English
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  • ...and Song Society] Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1932, and then in the '[[Penguin Book of English Folk Songs]]'.
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  • ...onjunction with [[Reg Hall]]'s book, [[I Never Played to Many Posh Dances (book)|I Never Played to Many Posh Dances]]. 3. The Broom Dance - Scan Tester concertina, [[Reg Hal]]l melodeon, [[Daisy Sherlock]] piano <
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  • ...and Song Society] Vol. 1, No. 1, December 1932, and then in the '[[Penguin Book of English Folk Songs]]'.
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  • Home to a morris dance tradition, while Adderbury resident [[Janet Blunt]] collected songs from a ...6 there have been two Morris sides in the village and these two sides each dance their own interpretation of the Adderbury Morris Tradition.''
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  • ...ing classic examples of fiddlers tune books including a mixture of country dance tunes of the early nineteenth century, a few songs and number of street tun [[category:Book]]
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  • The William Calvert Manuscript is a typical Fiddler's Tune Book of the early 19th C. ...inscribed repeatedly throughout with the name "Wm Calvert", "Wm Calvert's Book", etc. and the date "1812".
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  • Although the most famous publisher of British dances and dance music was John Playford and his descendants, there were many notable publis [[Category:Book]]
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  • ...g visits by Jim Eldon, who became a firm friend. His autobiography 'Bill's Book', was published by Pete Halkon in 1990.
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  • See also [[Dance Bibliography]] for research on Dance. ...he Olden Time''. 1855. 2 Vols. A collection of Ancient Songs, Ballads, and Dance Tunes, illustrative of the National Music of England. With short introducti
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