“Nathaniel Gow’s Quickstep” ~ another take on this one
T: Nathaniel Gow’s Quickstep
C: Nathaniel Gow
|: D |\
G2 G ABc | dBG G2 B | c2 c EFG | AFD D2 F |
G2 G ABc | dBG G2 B | c2 c DEF | G3 G2 :|
|: f |\
g2 g efg | fdB B2 d | e2 e cde | dBG G2 d |
[1 g2 g efg | fdB B2 g | fed ed^c | d3 d2 :|
[2 e^de fef | gfe d2 B | A/B/cB AGF | G3 G2 |]
Another fun tune (quickstep) to share and play…
Our dear ol’ friend Nat, I miss his collections, which I have but not on hand or I’d have done a direct transcription for comparison. Over time we’ve the pleasure and enjoyment of many of his tunes…
Come on Dow, haven’t you got a take on this one?
“Nathaniel Gow’s Quickstep” ~ also played in Bb
~ but I prefer it lower down, as given, in G…
A relation of this Mr Gow stayed as a very early guest in our B&B but unfortunatly couldn’t play music.
I can hear an old English tune in it as well as a set-dance. Blowed if I know the name of it though.