A Trip To Bavaria barndance

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

A Trip To Bavaria has been added to 1 tune set.

A Trip To Bavaria has been added to 4 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: A Trip To Bavaria
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
|: G |Gc ce eg g2 | g>g a>e gf gf | GB Bd dg g2 | b>c' b>c' ag {a/b/}ag |
Gc ce eg g2 | g>g b>c' ba a>c' | ba ba {a/b/}ag ag | g>f ed/>d/ c2- c :|
|: G/>G/ |Gc e>c Gc e2 | g2 a>g gf f2 | GB d>B GB dg | b>c' b>c' ag {a/b/}ag |
Gc e>c Gc e2 | g2 c'>b ba a>c' | ba ba ag ag | g>f ed/>d/ cc c :|
X: 2
T: A Trip To Bavaria
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: A |Ad df fa a2 | a>a b>f ag ag | Ac ce ea a2 | c'>d' c'>d' ba {b/c'/}ba |
Ad df fa a2 | a>a c'>d' c'b b>d' | c'b c'b {b/c'/}ba ba | a>g fe/>e/ d2- d :|
|: A/>A/ |Ad f>d Ad f2 | a2 b>a ag g2 | Ac e>c Ac ea | c'>d' c'>d' ba {b/c'/}ba |
Ad f>d Ad f2 | a2 d'>c' c'b b>d' | c'b c'b ba ba | a>g fe/>e/ dd d :|
X: 3
T: A Trip To Bavaria
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|: E |EA Ac ce e2 | e2 f>e ed dE | EG GB Be e2 | g>f g>f fe fe |
EA Ac ce e2 | e2 a>g gf f2 | gf gf fe fe | e>d cB A2- A :|
|: E |EA cA EA cA | c2 d>c cB BE | EG BG EG BG | g>f g>f fe fe |
EA cA EA cA | e2 a>g gf f2 | gf gf fe fe | e>d cB A2- A :|

Four comments

“A Trip To Bavaria”

T: A Trip to Bavaria
C: James MacGregor-Brown, tune & dance
N: Used for the four couple longways country dance of the same name
S: Will Atkinson, harmonica
S: CD - "An Audience with the Shepherds", track 15, the first of three tunes -
"A Trip to Bavaria" / "Bill Sutherland’s" / "Kenmay House"
https://thesession.org/recordings/5211

X: 2 “A Trip To Bavaria”

The same transcription in D…

X: 3 “A Trip To Bavaria”

Here’s a differnt unsourced transcription I came across online, in A, and credited to Colin Hume:
http://www.colinhume.com/
http://www.colinhume.com/ABC.txt

X: 418
T: Remmerts of Herford
T: A Trip to Bavaria
N: For the dance "A Trip to Bavaria"
M: 2/2
L: 1/4

I’ve removed the chords and changed the meter from M: 2/2 & L: 1/4 to M: 4/4 & L: 1/8, this site’s standard, and changed the barring from 64 bars to 32. His transcription has the parts played only once, not repeated. I’ve given it here with repeats, which is how I’ve heard it played.