Henry “Harry” Taylor was 68 in 1910. He had led the Longborough morris. The last time that Taylor danced with a side was at the Jubilee of 1887. Cecil Sharp noted his dances with the tunes, which Taylor sang to him; he is said to have never learnt an instrument, though Kenworthy Schofield implies that he was a fiddler.
Schofield’s informant for Saturday Night was Henry Taylor’s son, also called Henry. Mr. Taylor could not remember the tune, but on hearing a version collected from Charles Benfield declared that the tune reproduced here is “pretty near right”.