Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Tune 252 - Double Lead Through



Originally a French tune, written by Charles Lecoq and included in his three act opéra-comique La fille de Madame Angot.

X:116 
T:Double Lead Through 
M:4/4 
L:1/8 
K:G 
g4 d3 B|G2 G2 GABG|E2 E2 F2 F2|G3 A B2 d2| 
g4 d3 B|G2 G2 GABG|E2 E2 F2 F2|G4 G4||
A3 d ^c2 d2|A3 d ^c2 d2|A2 d2 e2 e2|f8| 
A3 d ^c2 d2|A3 d ^c2 d2|A2 g2 f2 e2|d2 c2 B2 A2|| 
G2 G2 GABG|A2 A2 ABcA|Bc d2 cd e2|e2 d2 d2 ef| 
g2 g2 gf e2|d2 d2 dc B2|A3 B c2 d2|egfe dcBA| 
G2 G2 GABG|A2 A2 ABcA|Bc d2 cd e2|e2 d2 d2 ef| 
g2 g2 gf e2|d2 d2 dc B2|A3 B c2 d2|e2 f2 g4||

1 comment:

  1. Why, if it's french, is it often referred to as "Willaim Kimber's Double lead through" ? Don't think he was very french, was he ? Maybe he just heard a 'nice' tune and learned to play it ...
    Pete of Ebor

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