I’m not absolutely certain about it, but I think this one may well be in one of the Thomas Hardy manuscripts.
Normally played undotted, but also sounds well if "swung".
Sets well with Enrico:
X: 2 ~ “The Dorsetshire Hornpipe” ~ swung with fun
But it’s also driving me nuts as I keep dropping into a different B-part and so far haven’t been able to figure out where this is coming from ~ any help is appreciate, keeping it simple:
|: c>d |\
e>dc>B A>GF>E | F>Ad>f a2 f>a | g2 e>g f2 d>f | e>dc>B A2 c>d |
e>dc>B A>GF>E | F>Ad>f a2 b>a | g>f (3efg f>e (3def | (3efe d2 d2 :|
@Ceolachan - Have you just made up that setting?
It says on this website: "Do you know another version of this tune?"
Did you REALLY know another version of it? Or did you, as I suspect, just make one up? If so, this is hardly the place to post it.
It’s good that the website is now allowing multiple versions of tunes. But I don’t think that this facility should be abused. :-( :-( :-(
The more versions the merrier!
If you craft a version of a tune, then you know it. I, for one, am very interested in what other folk make of the tunes.
It’s OK mus, I didn’t think it was worthy of comment… :-P I hope I can remember to avoid Mix’s contributions in future. It seems some folks think their way is the only way, in all kinds of pursuits. Hell, I even avoided adding the snaps… :-D
Three sad smilies in a row to emphasize his disapproval, that really is ~ sad? :-D