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See also William Andrews Tunebook,The in the [[Books published since about 1900 containing mainly tunes from the English repertoire|Books]] section.
 
See also William Andrews Tunebook,The in the [[Books published since about 1900 containing mainly tunes from the English repertoire|Books]] section.
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Latest revision as of 19:24, 17 February 2022

William Andrews of Sheepstor, Devon, UK, was a late 19thC fiddler who possessed a stash of tunebooks and manuscripts, some tunes from which were collected by the Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould in 1892. These was subsequently been published as The William Andrews Tunebook subtitle A Dartmoor Fiddler ed Chris Bartram & Paul Wilson ISBN 0 9516264 3 4

Read Martin Graebe's article 'Devonshire Fiddling 100 years ago' from the newsletter of the Sabine Baring-Gould Appreciation Society No 26, Feb 1998[1] (scroll down thepage).

See also ANDREWS,Wm MS in the Tune Manuscripts List

See also William Andrews Tunebook,The in the Books section.


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