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  • [[Category:book]] [[Category:tune book]]
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  • ...is often contentious, but for the purposes of the barn, country or ceilidh dance, a very simple description will suffice. There will be some moves which wil '''Dance Title''' plus the ''version'' (county version, caller's variant, identify
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  • '' A book about some aspect of Borsetshire would be listed here. If it also appeared information should be repeated and/or linked to the other list. Ideally the book would have it's own page, identified by having
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  • [[Category:Book]] [[Category:Dance book]]
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  • ...ficulties. Some books deal with dance and it's associated music, some with dance only or the tunes only, etc. Some authors write from a perspective that in This page is intended to be a focal point for navigating to book categories. It is more important to get the links in than to worry about wh
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  • [[Category:book]] [[Category:tune book]]
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  • ...ed 1796 in one place and 1818 in another, contains military, religious and dance music.
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  • Article in English Dance and Song Winter 2009 p18. ...ished since about 1900 containing mainly tunes from the English repertoire|Book List]]
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  • ...etween 1770 and 1795. That was at Sweeting's Alley and the address on this book is Regent Street so this is perhaps later. The John Bowes Bowes to whom the book is dedicated is probably the wealthy friend of William Makepeace Thackeray.
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  • ...cluding Marches, Quick Steps, Giggs, Waltzes, Hornpipes and Airs and a few dance instructions written in the margin. The collection of books in which the m
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  • ...Derbyshire Record Office. It contains very early descriptions of music and dance in England, and was made sometime between 1480 and 1520. ''Treasure 10: the Gresley Dance Manuscript'' Derbyshire Records Office.
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  • '''Frank Purslow''', singer, musician, song-book editor. Died April 2007, aged 81. ...er parts of the country as leader and accordion player of the Bampton Barn Dance Band.
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  • This tune was published with dance instructions by [[Peter Thompson]] in Thompson's 200 Country Dances Volume It was written down in a manuscript book compiled by [[Ashover Ms|Harrison and Wall]], two musicians from the villag
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  • Bibliography: [[The Great Northern Tune Book]] [[category:Dance tune]][[category:Hornpipe]]
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  • ...ng with the Waltz and the Quadrille, in sweeping the Country Dance off the dance floors of England and elsewhere. * ''Leeds'' found in ''The South Yorkshire Tune Book'', ''Hardcore English'',
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  • ...eld in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow as part of the Kidson Collection. The book contains more than 24 tunes, has two styles of tune heading, and displays t Merrily dance the Quakers
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  • ...similar manuscript book containing 112 tunes titled "[[Thomas Reeve]] his Book, Primo Clarinett, 1800, Brailsford".
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  • ''"William Mittell, His Book. 1799."'' It consists of 147 numbered dance tunes, written in a capable hand, some with dance instructions below the tune.
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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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  • ...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,
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  • 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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  • ...tained the old plates and stock and continued the series of yearly country dance books; he also re-printed, with additions, one of the larger gatherings, be ...storical tunebooks, some of which are available on the internet|Historical Book List]]
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  • ...w.cpartington.plus.com/Links/ChrisPartingtonsLinksPage.html vmp ABCs] This book starts on page 25 and the item numbering goes from 25 to 48, indicating tha [[Category:Dance Book Publisher]]
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  • Manuscript Book, circa 1860 ...wing pages of music (''Ed. See PDFs'') are a complete copy of a manuscript book, which I was given by my late uncle Mr Joe Evans of Bromstead near Newport,
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  • ...sited by Cecil Sharp on 4th April 1912 and Gardner gave him several morris dance tunes - presumably those used by the North Leigh Set: ...which partners joined their handkfs together. This performed as as Morris dance<BR>
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  • ===English Dance & Song=== ...sh Dance & Song is the longest-established magazine devoted to folk music, dance and song in the country.
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  • ...est times. The first attested use is by Hywel Dda (died 949–50) in his law book - the earliest transcription of which dates from 1250. The last traditional
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  • [[Category:Dance Book Publisher]]
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  • ...Northumbrian pipes with its own brand of dance music, it has rapper sword dance, it has border ballads, one of the strongest broadside and chapbook collect ...''The Folks of Shields''. At virtually the same time as Stokoe and Reay’s book, the final edition of THomas Allan’s ''Tyneside Songs'' was published, wh
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  • John Moore's Ms book is in private possession but has been photgraphed, [http://www.village-musi * Sicilian Dance
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  • ...fore him. I have also found that he made direct copies of the small oblong dance books, which Walsh issued about 1714, etc. Did more examples of Wright's pu
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  • [[Category:Dance Book Publisher]]
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  • [[Category:Dance Book Publisher]]
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  • ==Essex Dance Traditions== ===Morris Dance===
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  • ...e tonic or keynote but a pickup note or anacrusis. Take, for example, this dance tune, "Oh Hag! You've Killed Me." ...dance tunes, which often repeat themselves until it is decided to end the dance. In such cases the penultimate note, that is the note immediately before th
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  • A typical "fiddler's tune book", 71/2inches wide by 31/2inches tall, hard-bound, four printed staves per p Containing 80 musical items. Mainly dance tunes, some song airs, and hymns at the back.
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  • [[Category:Dance Book Publisher]]
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  • ...with a vast quantity of sheet music, principally consisting of the popular dance tunes of the day, a great many of which were named after Gow's lady and gen ...he German Flute . . Gow & Shepherd, 40, Princes Street, oblong 4to. Ditto, Book II.
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  • [[Sword Dance Song]] ...l entries for the same song - titled "Lazarus" on the relevant page of the book)''
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  • ...r another purpose or just for the joy of it. Thus a song tune can become a dance tune or a concert piece. ...//www.themorrisring.org/music] ABCs, dots and mp3s of Lionel Bacon's Black Book, plus links to other sites.
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  • ...flutes, clarinets and bassoons, possibly in a church band. A printed music book of hymns was also kept with the fiddle, which may support this theory. 4. Miss Gordons dance JBu.04
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  • '''1..William Irwin’s Manuscript Tune Book, 1838''' On title page “William Irwin’s Book Jan 2 1838”.
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  • Originally published as 'The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs', edited by [[Ralph Vaughan Williams]] and [[A.L. Llo ...liams]] and [[A.L. Lloyd]], revised by [[Malcolm Douglas]], [[English Folk Dance & Song Society]], London, 2003.
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  • PDF page images of the book are available from the Internet Archive.[https://archive.org/details/london ...met Cecil Sharp, as he travelled around England collecting folk music and dance between 1903-23. You can read here about their lives.
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  • * 1000 English Country Dance Tunes; Raven,Mike; Stafford; Michael Raven Pub; 1999; Revised 2nd ed, of 19 ...lature system used by Gary Coover for his tutors and tune collections. The book includes tablature for both the Jeffries and Wheatstone/Lachenal systems of
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  • Thomas Sands' MS book was in private ownership, but has been donated to the VWML (2013) The book is 11 1/2" wide and 9" tall. It is dated March 12th 1810. In sideways scrip
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  • ...he ''[[Journal of the Folk Song Society]]''. He appears in the ''[[Penguin Book of English Folk Songs]]'' as the collector of a Hampshire version of “[[Y ...ong Society in 1907 (it was actually 1905--see below) and the English Folk-Dance Society in 1911. He was, Dawney adds, “solely or jointly responsible for
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  • ...list presently concerns itself with the effect of this on English popular dance music, which even from the earliest times can be seen to reflect reality by ...lin, or Flageolet; J.Alexander & Co, London, early 19thC; Popular airs and dance music of the day, containing 168 tunes + index; Vol 6. [[File:Alexandervol6
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  • ...82 and published in the [[EDS Vol 45 No 1|Spring 1982]] edition of English Dance and Song. The interview is reproduced here with John Howson's kind permissi ...ge they're sung in. Now take 'Enoch Brown', I've never seen that in a song book. Now Sam Gifford's uncle Walter used to sing that. It was his pet song, you
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  • ...s evidently written by flute players or other instrumentalists. As well as dance tunes, they often contain psalms, hymns, songs and militia tunes. Though ma ...een omitted as being based on uncertain information, or containing too few dance tunes. Most of the items are 18th/19thC, though a historically significant
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  • LEE 4057 Far Canadian Fields Companion to the [[Penguin Book of Canadian Folk Songs]]. Various artists (1975) LED 2060 Early Recordings of Irish Traditional Dance Music [[John J. Kimmel]]: accordian (1978)
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  • ...England. It is thought that his daughter Alice may have contributed to the book. The book was unearthed by Chris Metherall, investigated by the late Barry Callaghan,
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  • <blockquote>"Alawon John Thomas - A Fiddler's Tune Book From Eighteenth Century Wales" ed. Cass Meurig, LLGC, 2004, 1862250421 ...ose manuscript is found amongst the National Library's collection. The new book gives the general public their first ever taste of the songs their forefath
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  • ...rm, known as The Full English) is a major initiative from the English Folk Dance and Song Society to put online some of the major manuscript collections of ...Book' can be downloaded here [https://marine-cafe.com/download/the-shanty-book-by-richard-runciman-terry-parts-i-and-ii-in-one-pdf-file/]
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  • ...tes in the scale. [Roud, Steve and Bishop, Julia (2012) ''The New Penguin Book of English Folk Songs'', pp. lii-liv.] Analysis is complicated, however, be ...6, “English Folk-Scales,” and the topic is also treated elsewhere in that book. Then, in his Introduction to English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalach
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  • ''Notes on GB/7b/16'' The version of the "Blacksmith" in the ''Penguin Book of English Folk Songs'' is from Mrs. Powell in Herefordshire and has a melo '''GB/7b/21 Constant Billy (Dance)'''
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  • ...roadside. A version can be found, for example, in Roy Palmer's "Everyman's Book<br> W:of this same song, on p.22 of the Penguin Book of English Folk Songs (1959), RVW<br>
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  • W: (Oxford Book of Ballads).<br> W: Oxford Book of Ballads. However, the text "And come with<br>
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