Hindley Steel hornpipe

Also known as The Hindley Steel.

Hindley Steel has been added to 8 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Hindley Steel
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: (3DEF |G>Bd>B c>eg>e | d>BG>B A>FD>F | G>BA>c B>Gc>B | A>^GA>B A2 (3DEF |
G>B (3dcB c2 (3gfe | d>BG>B A>F D2 | G2 (3cBA B2 (3edc | B2 A2 G2 :|
|: B>c |(3dcB d>g e>gc>g | d>gB>g e>gc>g | d>g (3fed c2 (3BAG | (3FGA D>d A2 (3cBA |
G>Bd>B c>e g2 | d>B (3GAB A>FD>F | G>BA>c B>ed>c | B2 (3AGF G2 :|
X: 2
T: Hindley Steel
R: hornpipe
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: D |GBdB cege | dBGB AFDF | GBAc BGcB | AGAB A3 D |
GBdB ce g2 | dBGB AF D2 | GBAc Bedc | B2 A2 G3 :|
|: B |dBdg egcg | dgBg eg c2 | dBed cBAG | FAd^c d3 B |
GBdB ce g2 | dBGB AF D2 | GBAc Bedc | B2 A2 G3 :|

Three comments

ROBERT WHINHAM WEEK! ~ “The Hindley Steel Hornpipe”

Sans the gingerbread ~ minus the > & (3 & simplified ~

X: 1134
T: The Hindley Steel Hornpipe
C: Robert Whinham
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: hornpipe
K: Gmaj
K: G Major
|: D |
GBdB cege | dBGB AFDF | GBAc BGcB | AGAB A3 D |
GBdB ce g2 | dBGB AF D2 | GBAc Bedc | B2 A2 G3 :|
|: B |
dBdg egcg | dgBg eg c2 | dBed cBAG | FAd^c d3 B |
GBdB ce g2 | dBGB AF D2 | GBAc Bedc | B2 A2 G3 :|

“Remember Me” The Fiddle Music of Robert Whinham”

Compiled and edited by Graham Dixon
Wallace Music, 1995
ISBN: 0-9511572-1-3

Page 34: "Hindley Steel Hornpipe"

GD’s notes, in part: "Hindley Steel is located in a remote area of Wark Forest, at Henshaw Common, to the north of the Roman Wall. It was the home of Tommy Armstrong (piper and fiddler) whose scrapbook and manuscript have provided a number of ~" Robert Whinham tunes, as appear in Graham Dixon’s book on the composer and his music…

I wish there were still copies of Dixon’s work on Hill and his music. This fits my ideal of a collection, with the connection to history, with context, not just tunes and photos but also Robert Whinham, his music, "His Life and Times"…

Hindley Steel

You just beat me ceolachan I ‘d just run my ABC thro’ Navigator and came on; and there it was!!!!! A great tune I first heard this played by Colin Ross and a very young Pauline Cato in the 70’s there was a tape called Hindley Steel but I lost it long ago. It had several Whinham tunes on it as I recall.