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%%center Lemmie Brazil played the melodeon at Longworth caravan site, north of Gloucester.
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%%center Tunes in this file are from Lemmie Brazil, unless otherwise stated.
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%%footer ©Gloucestershire Traditions
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X:1
T:"Irish Jig"
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, rec. Gwilym Davies at Longworth caravan site, 13.10.77, April 1981
R:Jig
N:Lemmie Brazil played melodeon. She spent her childhood and youth in
N:Ireland, and described many of her tunes as "Irish".
Z:From GCD tape. Original in D dorian.
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M:6/8
L:1/8
Q:3/8=150
K:E Dorian
B2E E2A|BAB d2B|AFD FGA|FED E3|B2A BAG|FDD D2A|B2c d2B|AFD E3||
B2E BAG|FDD D2B|A2D FGA|FED E3|B2E BAG|FDD D2A|B2c d2B|AFD E3||
|:d3 e3|f3 edB|A3 d2e|fef e3|A3 d2e|fef edB|ABc dFD|E3-E3:|
%%text Original in D dorian.
X:2
T:Irish Jig 2
T:(The Campbells are Coming)
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Peter Shepheard, Sandhurst, 26 December 1972
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:6/8
L:1/8
K:D
DFB AFE | DFF F2 E | DFA AFD | EFE E3 |\
DFB AFE | DFA d2 e | fed Bcd | A2 D E3 ||
d2 e fdf | edc dBB | Ade fdf | efe e3 | Ade fdf |\
efe dcB | ABc dAD | E3- E3 |]
X:3
T:Cock of the North
T:"Chase me Charlie"
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Pete Shepheard, Sandhurst, 26 December 1972 and Mike Yates
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:3/8=130
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:D
[P:A]E | FAF E2 D | F2 A B2 A | F2 B AFD | E3- E2 D | FAF E2 D | F2 A B2 A | F3 EFE | D3- D2 |]
[P:B]c | d2 A B2 A | d2 A B2 A | F2 B AFD | E3- E2 c | d2 A B2 A | d2 A B2 A | F3 EFE | D3- D2 ||
%%text Lemmie sometimes played bar 11 as bar 3. When recorded, she started with the B music.
X:4
T:Cock of the North
S:Danny Brazil, mouth organ, recorded Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:3/8=130
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:G
(3(def) | ged e2 d | ged e2g | dcB BAB | A3-A2 d |\
ged e2 d | ged e2 d | BcB AcA | G3- G2 ||
c | BAB BAB | Bcd e2g | cBc dcB | A3-A2 g |\
dcB BAG | Bcd e2g | dcB AcA | G3-Gz |]
%%text Source: Danny Brazil, mouth organ, recorded Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
X:5
T:Untitled Jig
S:Danny Brazil, mouth organ, recorded Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:3/8=125
M:6/8
L:1/8
K:G
f | ged .g2g | f2e d3| [g2d2]e/f/ .g2g |\
f2e d2e/f/ | .g2g f2e | d2GG2A |dcB ABA | G3 g2 e ||
BAB BAB | BAB Bcd | dcB A3 | Bcd e2 d | dcB BAG |\
B2B ABc | ded ged | A3 G2d ||
g2g f2e | e3- e3 | g2 g f2 e | d3- d ef |\
g2g f2e | d2 B B2 c | BcB ABA | G3 g2 e ||
dcB BAB | Bcd dcB | dcB A3 | Bcd e2d | BAB BAG |\
B2B B2e | ded gdB | A3 G2 B || dgb d' |]
%%text Source: Danny Brazil, mouth organ, recorded Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
X:6
T:Good Luck to the Irishman
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Gwilym Davies, April 1981
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=185
M:3/4
L:1/8
K:G
A2 | G4 B2 | d2 B2 d2 | e2 fe d2 | B4 G2 | A2 B2 A2 | G4 F2 | G6-| G4 ||
e2 | d4 B2 | d2 e2 f2 | g4 f2 | e2 f2 g2 | e4 A2 | f4 e2 | d6-| d4 ||
de | d4 B2 | d2 e2 f2 | g4 f2 | A6 | B2 c2 d2 | e f3 e2 | d6-| d4 ||
A2 | G4 A2 | B4 G2 | A4 e2 | f4 e2 | d2 B2 A2 | G4 F2 | G6-| G4 |]
%%text Original key was C, one fifth lower.
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%%Lemmie said "that was my poor father's song" on the only occasion that she
%%recorded this tune. It is a version of the tune commonly associated with
%%the Lakes of Pontchartrain.
%%endtext
X:7
T:Roaming (Rambling) Irishman, The
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Gwilym Davies 13.10.1977
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=175
M:3/4
L:1/4
K:D
%%text Waltz to play
A| B2c | BAF | Bcd | ecB | AF2 | E2D | E3-|E2A |
|:B2d | e2f | e2d | B2c | def | ecB |1 A3-|AFA :|2 A3|Hd2c ||
B2c | BAF | Bcd | ecB | AF2 | E2D | E3-|E2 |]
X:8
T:I'm Walking behind You
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, collected Gwilym Davies, 13 October 1977
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:3/4
L:1/8
K:G
G2 B2 d2 | e6 | d4 A2 | B2 c2 B2 | A6- | A4 B2 | G2 B2 d2 | e6 | d4 A2 | B2 c2 A2 | G6- | G2 A4 |
G2 B2 d2 | g2 a4 | g4 f2 | f2 g2 f2 | A6- | A4 f2 |\
g2 f2 e2 | B6 | d4 d2 | c2 B2 A2 |1"@-10,39 1,2 etc" G6 | A6 :|2"^last time" G6- | G6 |]
%%text "I'm Walking Behind" was written by Billy Reid in 1953.
X:9
T:Merry Widow's Waltz, The
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Peter Shepheard 1966-73
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:3/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=150
K:D
f4 d2 | A4 f2 | e3 f ed | c2 B2 c2 |\
e4 (3(BcB) | A4 d2 | f3 e fe |
d2 B2c2 |d4 c2 | B2 c2 B2 | A4 d2 | f6 | e4 B2 |\
c4 d2 | e6-|e4 A2 |
f4 d2 | A4 f2 | e3 f ed | c2 B2 A-c |\
e4 c-B | A4 d2 | f3 e fe |
d2 B2 c2 |d4 c2 | B2 c2 (3(BcB) | A4 d2 | f6 |\
e4 B2 | c2 B2 A2 | d6- |d4z2|
X:10
T:I Wish my Baby was Born
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Peter Shepheard 1966-72
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:3/4
L:1/8
K:D
A2 | B2 A2 F2 | B2 A2 F2 | A2 F2 E2 | D6 | d3 c B2 | E4 B2 | c4 B2 | A4 A2 |
B4 c2 | d2 c2 B2 | A2 d2 D2 | F4 G2 | E4 E2 | c4 B2 | A2 G2 E2 | D4 |]
%%text Bar 15 was often played as bar 3.
X:11
T:Easy and Free
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Peter Shepheard 26 December 1972
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:3/4
L:1/8
K:D
cB |: A2 F2 D2 | F2 E2 D2 | B4 c2 | d4 B2 |1 A2 F2 D2 | G2 A2 B2 | E6- | E2 F2 G2 :|2 A2 d2 F2 | G2 F2 E2 |
D6- | D4 || A2 | B2 G2 Bc | d2 c2 B2 | A2 F2 G2 | A4 Bc | d2 c2 B2 | A2 F2 D2 | E6- | E4 D2 ||
F2 A2 F2 | E4 FE | D2 F2 A2 | B4 c2 | Hd4 B2 | A2 d2 F2 | E2 D2 E2 | D4 E2 |: F2 A2 F2 |
E4 FE | D2 F2 A2 | B4 c2 |1 d2 A2 F2 | D2 F2 A2 | E6- | E4 DE :|2 x/8Hd4 B2 | A2 d2 F2 | E2 D2 E2 | D6 |]
X:12
T:The Singer was Irish
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Pete Shepheard, Sandhurst, 26 December 1972
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=185
M:3/4
L:1/8
K:D
A2 | d4 c2 | B3 c BA | F4 E2 | D4 D2 | "^a"F4 E2 | F4 G2 | A6- | A2 B2 c2 | d4 c2 | B2 c2 B2 |
A4 F2 | D4 E2 | F4 E2 | E4 D2 | "^b"E6- | E4 || D2 | F4 A2 | B2 c2 B2 | A2 F4- | F4 D2 | F4 G2 |
A2 B2 c2 | d6- | d2 c2 B2 | "^c"A6 | F4 G2 | A6 | B2 c2 d2 | F6 | E6 | D6- | D4 |]
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%%Changes to the original: bar 5 (a) has been added; the e in bar 15 (b) has been extended into bar 16;
%%fifteen bars have been omitted after bar 25 (c).
%%endtext
X:13
T:Hornpipe 1
T:"Irish Hornpipe"
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, at Sandhurst, recorded Gwilym Davies 13/10/1977, Peter Shepheard,
S:26/12/1972
N:Called "Stepdance no. 2" and "Bristol Hornpipe" in the MTCD.
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
P:[A]
A2 | dAFE DFAd | cBGA B2 cB | AdcB AFGE "^a"| DFAB A2 Bc | dAFE DFAd |
cBGA B2 cB | "^b"AdcB AFGE | D2 d2 d2 ||\
P:[B]
E2 | (FBdB GB d2 | e2 fe dB G2 | c3 B cedc | BcAB G2 || g2 | G2 Bd GB d2 | e2 fe dB G2 |
c3 B cedc | BdBG A4 | G2 Bd GB d2 | e2 fe dB G2 | c3 B cedc | BcAB G4 |]
X:19
T:Hornpipe 6
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, rec. Gwilym Davies, April 1981
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=180
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
G3 d gdBG | c2 e2 c2 e2 | d3 f gdBG | A3 G AcBA | G3 d gdBG | c2 e2 c2 e2 |
dgfe dBcA | G4- G2 || Bd | g2 dB GBdg | f2 ed e4 | dgfe dBcA |
GBde d2 ef | g2 dB GBdg | f2 ed e2 fe | (3ded fe dBcA | G2 B2 G4 |]
%%%center © Gloucestershire Traditions
X:20
T:God Killed the Devil Oh!
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Gwilym Davies April 1981 and Mike Yates
R:polka
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
"^a"dBGA BAGB | dBGB A4 | dBGB AG A2 | e2 Ac BG "^a"G2 :| g3 a (3baf gb | afef gfed |
efga b2 gb | afef g2 fe | "^b"d2 G2 B2 G2 | BedB A4 | d2 G2 BcBc | e2 Ac BG "^b"G2 |]
%%text Bars 1 to 4 (a to a) were often played as bars 9 to 12 (b to b). Bar 7 was sometimes played as bar 5.
%%%center © Gloucestershire Traditions
X:21
T:Harvest Home
%%MIDI ratio 2 1
S:Lemmie Brazil, medlodeon, recorded GCD 13.10.77 at Longworth caravan site.
Z:From CGD tape 1977 (7)
%%MIDI ratio 2 1
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Q:165
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
D>FAF DFA2|defe dcBA|d>efg afdf|e>dcB GAFE|D>FAF DFA2|
d>efe dcBA|d>efg afdf|e2((3cec)d2||cf|.ecAc .ecAc|"@0,10 (b)"efgf ecAf |
e2 f2 g2 f2| (3efe dB AGFE|D>FAF DFA2|defe dcBA|defg afdf|e2d2d2||
%%begintext fill
%%Bar 10 (b) has been added to the original 7 bars of B music. So have the first three notes of bar 1,
%%which were not recorded.
%%endtext
%%%center © Gloucestershire Traditions
X:22
T:Soldier's Joy
T:"Sailor's Hornpipe"
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, rec. Peter Shepheard, December 1968, Gwilym Davies, April 1981
N:In neither recording did LB play the tune straight through. This interpretation combines the two.
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
F2 || AFDB AFDB | A2 d2.-d2 (3BAB | AFDB AFDF | G2 E2.-E3 B | AFDB AFDB |
A2 d2 d2 e2 | f2 a2 gfec | d2 c2 d3 e || f3 e fgaf | e3 d cd e2 |
f3 e fg a2 | ecBB A3 d | f3 e fgaf | e2 c2 e4 | f2 a2 gfec | d2 d2 d2 B2 ||
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:23
T:Irish Clouds Reel
T:(Miss McLeod's Reel)
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, Recorded Peter Shepheard 1966-72
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=210
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
E |: D2 AB A2 FD | F2 F2 F2 G2 | D2 FG A2 F2 | E3 D EGFE | D2 FG A2 D2 | F2 E2 F2 A2 |
B3 A BABc |1 dAFD E4 :|2 dAFD EGFE |: D2 d2 Bc d2 | F2 F2 F2 E2 |
D2 d2 Bc d2 | E3 D EGFE | D2 d2 Bc d2 | A3 G F2 A2 | (BcB)A BABc | dAFD E4 :|
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:24
T:Little Hot Jig
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Peter Shepheard 1966-72
B:The Coleford Jig
Z:transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=185
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
A3 B AFDA | B2 BA Bc d2 | A3 B AF (3DFD | E3 D E4 | A3 F DFAA | B3 A Bcde |
f2 e2 dcBA | (3BcB AD E2 FB || A3 B AFDA | .B2 .B2 Bc d2 | A3 B (3:2:4A2 F2 AF | E3 D EGFB |
A3 B AFDA | B3 A Bcde | f2 e2 dcBA | (3BcB AD E2 A2 || d3 e f2 df | e3 f (3ecB A2 |
d3 e f2 df | e3 f e4 | A2 de f2 df | e3 f ec A2 | BcdB AF A2 | E3 D E2 FG ||
.A2 .A2 AFDA | .B2 .B2 Bc d2 | .A2 .A2 AF (3DFD | E2 E2 E4 | A3 F DF A2 | B3 A Bcde |
%%rightmargin 13cm
f2 e2 dcBA | Bc d2 d4 |]
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:25
T:The Wearing of the Green
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded by Gwyilym Davies 13 October 1977
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
L:1/8
K:G
B3 A Bd d2 | eAAG A3 d | edgf edBG | A2 GA G2 g2 ||eccB c2 de | d>cBc B2 Bc |
ddgf edBG | A2 GA G3 A |: BBBA Bddd | edcB A3 B :| dBgf edBG | A2 GA G2-G2 |]
%%text The original key was F.
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X:26
T:Tramp, Tramp, Tramp the Boys are Marching
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, collected Gwilym Davies 13 October 1977
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
L:1/8
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f2 f2 fe dB | A3 c d2 cd | e2 e2 fe df | e2 f2 e2 d>A | FA dc d3 c | Bc dB A2 fe |
dc BA ce Bc | d6 || A2 | FA dc d3 c | Bc dB A3 G | FA de fe ef |
e2 ef e2 AG | FA dc d3 c | Bc dB A2 fe | dc BA ce Bc | d2 d2 d2 z2 |]
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:27
T:Take me to my Kind Old Mother
S:Lemmie Brazil, melodeon, recorded Gwilym Davies, April 1981, Peter Shepheard,
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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Q:1/4=145
M:4/4
L:1/8
K:D
A | e4 c2 B2 | A4 F2 G2 | A4 B2 c2 | d6 c2 | (3B2 c2 B2 (3A2 F2 A2 | D3 F A3 F | E6 ||
DE | F2 A2 F2 E2 | D4 d2 c2 | B2 c2 d2 B2 | A4 F3 D | E4 F2 E2 | D4-D4-|D6 E2 | F2 A2 F2 E2 | D4 d4 |
B2 c2 d2 cB | A4 D3 F | (3A2 B2 A2 F2 D2 | E6 D2 | F4 F2 E2 | D4 d2 c2 | B2 c2 d2 B2 | A4 F2 D2 | E4 F2 E2 | D6 |]
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:28
T:Manchester Hornpipe
S:Danny Brazil, mouthorgan, coll Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
N:Original key: G
B:The Coleford Jig, Paul Burgess and Charles Menteith
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
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c | dcdA FAdf | efcB A2 fd | efdf cdcd | edc/d/B A2 Bc | dcdA FAdf |
edcB A2af | gfcd BA- (3ABc | dfec d4 || ecAf ecAf | e2f2 ecAf |
e2f2 ecAd | edcB A2 Bc | dcdA FAdf | edcB A2 fd | efcd BABc | dfec d3 ||
%%text Source: Danny Brazil, mouthorgan, recorded Gwilym Davies, Staverton, March 1978
%%%center © Goucestershire Traditions
X:29
T:(Manchester Hornpipe)
S:Denny Smith, melodeon, recorded by Peter Shepheard, the Tabard Bar, Gloucester, 9 May 1966.
D:MTCD346, 2-11; The Brazil Family. See www.mtrecords.co.uk
Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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M:4/4
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Bc| dcdA FAdf | edcB A3f | gfed cABc | edcB A2Bc|
dcdA FAdf | edcB A3f |gfed bgec | d2c2d2||f2 |
agaf dcdc | babg e4 | agaf dcdf | edcB A2Bc |
dcdA FAdf | edcB A3a |gfed bgec | d2c2d2|]
%%begintext fill
%%Source: Denny Smith, melodeon, recorded by Peter Shepheard, the Tabard Bar, Gloucester, 9 May 1966.
%%endtext
%%text The recording can be heard on MTCD346, 2-11; The Brazil Family. See www.mtrecords.co.uk
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%%%center © Gloucestershire Traditions
X:30
T:Hornpipe 8
T:(Cliff Hornpipe)
S:Denny Smith, melodeon, recorded by Peter Shepheard, the Tabard Bar, Gloucester, 9 May 1966.
N:Original key: E\202. The first 2½ bars are missing from the recording, and have been added.
N:Called "Hornpipe 1" in MTCD345-7
D:MTCD345, 1-7; The Brazil Family. See www.mtrecords.co.uk
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Z:Transcribed by Charles Menteith
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L:1/8
K:D
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"@-14,-10 ("AF |DFAF EGBG | FAde fdAF | GBd"@-14,-10)"A FAd2 | edcB AFGE |
DFAF EGBG | FAde fdAF |G2ed cABc | d2d2d4 ||
%%annotationfont Times-Roman 16
|:ecA2 ecA3/2f/ | geff ecA3/2f/ | geff ecdf | ecdB AFGE |
DFAF EGBG | FAde fdAF |G2ed cABc |1 d2d2d4 :|2 "@-6,28 ending"d2f2d2|]
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%%Source: Denny Smith, melodeon, recorded by Peter Shepheard, the Tabard Bar, Gloucester, 9 May 1966.
%%endtext
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%%begintext
%%The recording can be heard on MTCD345, 1-7; The Brazil Family. See www.mtrecords.co.uk
%%Original key: E\202. The first 2½ bars are missing from the recording, and have been added, as indicated
%%by brackets.
%%endtext
%%%center © Gloucestershire Traditions