T: Newcastle Bridge
|:ed|c2A ABc|BGE E2d|cAc edc|BcB Bed|
c2A ABc|BGE E2d|c/d/ec dBG|ABA A:|
|:ed|cde edc|def fed|cAc edc|BcB Bed|
cde edc|def fga|ece dBG|ABA A:|
Also known as Col. Ridley’s Quick March, Col. Ridley’s Quickstep, Colonel Ridley’s Quick March, Colonel Ridley’s Quickstep.
There is 1 recording of this tune.
Newcastle Bridge has been added to 15 tunebooks.
This tune was composed by Abraham Mackintosh (b. 1769), a Scottish fiddler and composer who moved to Tyneside, much like James Hill, only earlier. He composed a lot of nice tunes. This one and Blaydon Flats https://thesession.org/tunes/2741 are particularly good ones that are still popular today. This was originally meant to be a march I think, but I play it as a jig.
I,ve just put on an Abraham Mackintosh Jig "Jacks Alive" in response to your comments under Jack is yet Alive.