The Green Ship reel

There are 2 recordings of this tune.

The Green Ship has been added to 2 tune sets.

The Green Ship has been added to 13 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: The Green Ship
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Emin
|:dc|B2 e2 fgfe|B2 e2 g4|B2 Bc d2 d2|cBce d4|
B2 e2 fgfe|B2 e2 g4|gbag fagf|g2 e2 e2:|
|:dc|B2 G2 G3A|B2 G2 BdcB|c2 A2 A3B|c2 A2 cedc|
B2 G2 G3A|B2 GB g4|gbag fagf|g2 e2 e2:|
2
X: 2
T: The Green Ship
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Fmaj
A2d2 efed|A2d2f4|A2AB c2c2|BABd c4|
A2d2efed|A2d2 f4|fagf egfe|1 f2d2d4:|2 f2d2d2||
|:c>B|A2F2F2C2|A2F2AcBA|B2 G2G2G2|B2G2 BdcB|
A2 F2F2C2|A2F2f4|fagf egfe|f2 d2d2:|

Three comments

The Green Ship

A tune that’s occasionally played at the University of Bristol Folk Club’s session at the Ship Inn, Bristol (UK).

I’ve transcribed it as a reel, but it might perhaps be better to think of it as an undotted hornpipe or a rant.

Re: The Green Ship

Originally in F.
It’s from John Winder ( Dancing Master) in the music of the Winder family of Wyresdale near Lancaster.
Www.andy Hornby.net/Winders.html
I couldn’t find any other versions but I love to know where it came from.. a song tune?
We play it more as a Hornpipe. Often in a set with Tom Fowler’s (aka Tom Ollins):Hornpipe.