Richard Robinson’s March barndance

Richard Robinson's March has been added to 3 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: Richard Robinson's March
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: DE/F/ |A2 A>B A2 FG/A/ | d/e/d/c/ B/c/B/A/ F3 A | B>^ABc dGDG | A>BAF E3 A |
B>^ABc d2 BG | A>BAG E2 ag | fdAd ecgc | f/g/f/e/ d/d/c d2 :|
|: cd |e2 ef e2 B/c/d/e/ | f2 fg f2 A/B/c/d/ | e2 ef eAaA | f/g/f/e/ f/e/d/c/ d2 B/c/d |
e>Aef ef/e/ de | f>Afg fg/f/ cd | e>a^ga g/f/e ce | d2 dc d2 :|
X: 2
T: Richard Robinson's March
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: DE/F/ |A2 A>B A2 FG/A/ | d/e/d/c/ B/c/B/A/ F3 A | B>^ABc dGDG | A>BAF E2 DE/F/ |
A2 A>B A2 FG/A/ | d2 c/B/A F3 A | B>^ABc dGBg | f>edc d2 :|
|: cd |e2 ef e2 B/c/d/e/ | f2 fg f2 A/B/c/d/ | e2 ef eAaA | f/g/f/e/ f/e/d/c/ d2 B/c/d |
e>Aef ef/e/ de | f>Afg fg/f/ cd | e2 ef ea g/f/e | d2 dc d2 :|
X: 3
T: Richard Robinson's March
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: D3F|A4 A3B A4 F3A2 |d3cB3A F4 A4 | B4B4G4B4| A3BA2G2 F6 A2 |

Five comments

“Jakob Robinson’s March” ~ an evolutionary process ;-)

"Ricky’s"
Key signature: D Major
Submitted on December 2nd 2006 by litestikpilot.
https://thesession.org/tunes/6448

That was hard ~ not having agreement between at least measures 1 & 2 and 5 & 6…but I’ve tried to keep to the atypical structure of litestikpilot’s number…

“Jakob Robinson’s March” ~ making it more ‘regular’ / in agreement with itself

R: march
K: D Major
|: DE/F/ |
A2 A>B A2 FG/A/ | d/e/d/c/ B/c/B/A/ F3 A | B>^ABc dGDG | A>BAF E2 DE/F/ |
A2 A>B A2 FG/A/ | d2 c/B/A F3 A | B>^ABc dGBg | f>edc d2 :|
|: cd |
e2 ef e2 B/c/d/e/ | f2 fg f2 A/B/c/d/ | e2 ef eAaA | f/g/f/e/ f/e/d/c/ d2 B/c/d |
e>Aef ef/e/ de | f>Afg fg/f/ cd | e2 ef ea g/f/e | d2 dc d2 :|

“Richard Robinson’s March” ~ not Jakob’s

I am doing a big meal today while dropping in and out of here for a bit of escapism. I had missed that Jakob was the composer of the seed for all this, and since he had dedicated the orginal to his grandfather, Richard, I will keep with that as well…

I was having some problems seeing how one goes from Jakob to Ricky, but I’m also feeling a bit thick today. I must be mad, another break was to run out and buy a Christmas tree, the earliest I’ve ever done that… I usually wait till the last week or even after Christmas and get some distorted left over for a few bob… Now dinner is near done, next it’s the decorations and mince pies and port… :-)

Very complex but overall much closer to the rythem I intended

Jakob Robinson

Here’s the first line closer to the rythem I intended

X: 1
T: Ricky’s Hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/16
R: hornpipe
K: Dmaj
|: D3F|A4 A3B A4 F3A2 |d3cB3A F4 A4 | B4B4G4B4| A3BA2G2 F6 A2 |