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%%barnumbers 2
X:1
T:Nelly's Tune
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath.
S:Recorded by Peter Kennedy 13.10.52, and Russell Wortley 26.06.54,
D:Folktracks 45-115-A Nutting We will Go, track 33.
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith. From Folktracks tape.
Q:1/4=120
M:2/4
L:1/8
K:Dmaj
fg|a2f2|e3d|cdec|d2fg|\
a2f2|edec|1d4-|d2:|2d4-\
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|d4||
ABA2|:Bcd2|ABA2|GFE2|\
FGA2|Bc.(dd)|cdec|1d4|FGA2:|2d4||
a3f|b4|a3f|e4|\
a3f|b4|agec|d4||
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X:2
T:Herefordshire Breakdown
T:(Fanny Frail)
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath. Recorded by Peter Kennedy, 13.10.52
D:Folktracks 45-115-A Nutting We will Go, track 34
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith. From Folktracks tape.
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmaj
fdA2fdA2|g2f2ecA2|g2f2e2d2|"^(a)"e>dcB AGFE|
DFA2EG"^ (b)"B2|A2d>e fdA2|A2dcB2e2|c2f2d4||
P:Alternative bars 4, 5 (a) to (b) (1st time)
(3efe (3c>AB AGFE|DFA2GB3||
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X:3
T:A-Nutting we will Go
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath.
S:Recorded Peter Kennedy 13.10.52 and Russell Wortley 18.08.59,
D:Folktracks 45-115-A Nutting We will Go, track 35.
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith. From Folktracks tape.
U:Q=!D.S.!
U:I=!fine!
Q:1/4=180
M:4/4
L:1/4
K:Gmaj
B|SGBBd|dcA3/2B/A/|GBde|d3B|cx/4eA>c&.(cx/4c)x2|\
BdGB|cA GF|G3I:|
e|dggf|edd>e|\
dggg|f3e|dggf|edcB|A>Bce|ed d>QB|
%%text The first half of bar 5 could be played ce, cc or a minim c.
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X:4
T:Jacko Robinson
S:Beatrice Hill played the melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath.
S:Recorded by Russell Wortley 27.08.57 and 18.08.1959
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith from recordings in the British Library
B:Engish Dance and Song 23, p94, 1959; The Coleford Jig
Q:1/4=160
M:C
L:1/8
K:G
F| G2 G>E D2 G>B |A>GF>E D3 A| B2B2G2B2| A>GF>E D2 E>F |
G>FG>E D2 G>B |A>GF>E D2 "^a"d2&x6B2|B>dB>G A>cA>F |G2G2G2z||c |
d2-d>B GB d2 | e2-e>c A2-A>B|d2-d>B G2-G>B| A>GF>E D2 E>F |
G>FG>E D2G>B|A>GF>E D2 "^a"d2&x6B2|B>dB>G A>cA>F |G2G2G2z|]
%%text a: Mrs Hill played the last note in bars 6 & 14 (a) interchangeably as d" or b'.
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X:5
T:Untitled Hornpipe
T:(Beatrice Hill's 3 Hand Reel)
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath.
S:Recorded by Russell Wortley 26.06.54 and 27.08.57
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith from recordings in the British Library
B:The Coleford Jig
Q:1/4=140
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:Dmaj
FG| L.B2A2 AFAd | c2 B>A B2 ed| cdef gece| edcB A2FG|
LB2A2 AFAd | c2B>A B2ed | cdef gece | e2d2d2:|
|:a2| b2af dfa2 | a2 g2 g2ef | gfed c2e2 | g2f2f2a2 |
b2af dfa2 | a2g2 g2ef | gaed c2Bc | e2d2d2:||
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X:6
T:Untitled Polka
T:(the Girl with the Blue Dress on)
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath. Recorded by Russell Wortley 26.06.54
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith from recordings in the British Library
B:The Coleford Jig
M:4/4
L:1/4
K:Gmaj
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P:Introduction (originally one octave lower)
ggfe | e2-e2 | dBcA | AGG2 ||
P:A
BdcA | BGG2 | AFF2 | AGG2 | \
BdcA | BGG2 | AFF2 | AGG2 ||
P:B
Bdg2 | fee2 | A2f2 | edd2 | \
Bdg2 | fee2 | dBcA | AGG2 |]
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X:7
T:Down the Middle
T:(The Triumph; Step and Fetch her)
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath. Recorded by Russell Wortley 27.08.57
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith from recordings in the British Library
B:The Coleford Jig
M:4/4
L:1/4
K:Gmaj
d>BcA | Ggeg | d>BcA | GBG2 ||\
A>cBd | A>cBd |
%%rightmargin 8cm
ABce | d/c/B/A/G2 |][P:Alternative bar 1 (sung)] dB d/c/B/A/ |
%%text Mrs Hill tried to remember more music. "That isn't complete."
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X:8
T:Untitled Tune
S:Beatrice Hill, melodeon at Bromsberrow Heath. Recorded by Russell Wortley 18.08.59
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith from recordings in the British Library
B:The Coleford Jig
U:P=!D.C.!
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
P:A
|:d2A2FAde | f2B2 G2Bc | d2A2 FAde |1 f2d2f2e2 :|2f2d2f2ed/f/ ||
%%rightmargin 5cm
P:B
Ha4fga2 |x/ Hb8 | a4 fgad \
%%setbarnb 1
|1,2 [M:2/4] f2e2 P||4[M:4/4]f2e2d4|]
%%text The first strain (A) was not always repeated.
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