An American carol by John Henry Hopkins, Jr. X:145 T:We Three Kings of Orient Are M:3/8 L:1/8 K:G B2 A|G2 E|FGF|E3|B2 A|G2 E|FGF|E3| G2 G|A2 A|B2 B|d-c B|ABA|G2 F|E3|F3-| A3|G2 G|G2 D|G2 E|G3|G2 G|G2 D|G2 E| G3|G2 G|A2 B|c2 B|A2 B|G2 G|G2 D|G2 E|G3|
Carol tune by William James Kirkpatrick an Irish schoolteacher and musician. X:490T:Away in a Manger C:William J Kirkpatrick, 1895 M:3/4 L:1/4 K:G D|GG A/B/|GG B/c/|dd e|c2A/B/| ccd|BB G/B/|AEG|F2D| GG A/B/|GG B/c/|dd e|c2A/B/| ccd|BB G/B/|AE F|G2||
A tune from the William Mittell MS, New Romney, Kent, 1799.
Played on a 1 Row 4 Stop using the L and M stops. X:489 T:Bagpipers L:1/8 M:2/4 K:D A|B/2c/2d dc|B3 A|B>A Bc|d/2c/2d/2e/2 dA| B/2c/2d dc|B3 A|B>A Bc|d2 d:| e|f/2g/2a af|fe e2|f/2e/2f/2g/2 aa|f/2e/2f/2g/2 ad/2c/2| B/2c/2d dc|B3 A|B>A Bc|d2 d:|
A tune a customer played when he picked his box up in my workshop, other than that I know nothing see update below the ABC.
X:487 T:Wednesday Night Polka C:Dave Ingledew (arr L Bailey) M:4/4 K:G L:1/8 |:GA Bc d2 d2|e2 e2 d2 d2|c2 B2 A2 G2|B4 A4| GA Bc d2 d2|e2 e2 d2 d2|c2 A2 F2 A2|1G2 d2 d2 d2:|2 G4 G4|| |:E4 E4|c2 c2 B4|A2 G2 F2 G2|B4 A4| E4 E4|c2 c2 B4|A2 G2 F2 A2|1G4 G4:|2G2 d2 d2 d2|| Update: The composer of this tune Dave Ingledew has been in tough with the folowing info:
I wrote it in 1979 when requested to record a new signature tune for the BBC Radio Solent folk program. I composed it on a Wednesday night, hence the title. He also added thatAs you will see (from his attached pdf) your source got the tune the wrong way round, the A music is the B music and it has morphed quite a bit from my original intention. I have attached Dave's original version below.
Tune for the eponymous song, but appears elsewhere with other names.
Played on my new Oakwood melodeon, number 2 of the newly revived production. X:485 T:Some Say the Devil's Dead M:4/4 K:G D2 DE GABA|GEED GE E2|D2 DE GABc|dedB A2 G2:| B2 BA Bc d2|e2 ed ef g2|B2 BA BcdB|GABG A2 G2:
Highland pipe tune composed by Uli Roever and Michael Korb of Germany. X:483 T:Highland Cathedral M:4/4 L:1/8 K:G |:G2 G A/B/ AG DG|A2 AB B2 B2|B2 B c/d/ cB AG|A2 AB D4| E2 E F/G/ GD FG|d2 dc B4|A2 A B/c/ BG DG|A2 AG G4|| |:F2 FD A2 A F/A/|B2 BF F2 FE|D2 D/E/F E4|F2 FG/A/ E4| F2 FD A2 AF/A/|B2 BF F2 FE|D2 D/E/F E2>D2|D8|| |:B2 BG d2 d B/d/|e2 eB B2 BA|G2 G/A/ B A4|B2 B c/d/ A4| B2 BG d2 d B/d/|e2 eB B2 BA|G2 G/A/ B A3 G|G8|
A music hall song, with lyrics by Will D. Cobb and music by Paul Barnes. Popularised as a Boer War anthem, it was written during the earlier Spanish–American War. X:480 T:Goodby Dolly Gray C:Paul Barnes M:4/4 L:1/8 K:D d2 d2 cedB|d4 A4|B2 c2 dBAF|A6 Bc| d2 d2 cedB|d4 A2 AB|c2 c2 d2 B2|e8| d2 d2 cedB|d4 A2 dc|B2 c2 d2 e2|f6 zf| e2 d2 cedB|d4 A4|B2 d2 d2 c2|d6 z2|]
To quote my chum Helena from whom I got this tune 'Erm… well, this is a tune and it might be from Uttoxeter. I’m afraid my inner folk pedant has failed me on this one and that’s pretty much all I know about this tune, except that is has been adopted by the border morris fraternity in these here parts. Sorry.' X:478 T:Uttoxeter Swing M:2/2 L:1/8 K:Em E2 EF G2 GB|A2 AG FE D2|E2 EF G2 GB|AG FG A4| E2 EF G2 GB|A2 AG FE D2|E B2 E B2 AG|F2 FG E4:| B2 BA BA G2|A2 AG AG F2|G2 GF GF E2|F F2 G A4| B2 BA BA G2|A2 AG AG F2|E B2 E B2 AG|F2 FG E4:|
The tune for a traditional German song later made famous by Elvis Presley's adaptation Wooden Heart. X:474 T:Muss i Denn M:4/4 L:1/8 K:G GA|B2 Bd c2 ce|d>e dc B4|d>e dc B2 Bd|c2 cB A2 d2|B6 GA| B2 Bd c2 ce|d>e dc B4|d>e dc B2 Bd|c2 cB A2 d2|G6|| B2|A3 B c2 A2|B3 c d2 dd|e2 ef g2 fe|d6 GA| B2 Bd c2 ce|d>e dc B4|d>e dc B2 Bd|c2 cB A2 d2|G6||
A tune by Barry Goodman X:71 T:Trip to Fleetville C:Barry Goodman K:G L:1/8 M:4/4 g2 d2 ed ce|d2 B2 cB Ac|B2 G2 GA B2|c2 B2 A4| g2 d2 ed ce|d2 B2 cB Ac|B2 G2 GA B2|A2 F2 G4:| EF GF E2 G2|FG AG F2 A2|GA BA G2 B2|c2 B2 A4|
A classical tune by František Kocžwara (Franz Kotzwara), a Bohemian instrumentalist and composer c1750 - 1791 X:470 T:Quickstep to the March to the Battle of Prague C:Frantisck Kotzwara M:2/4 L:1/8 K:G d>c BB|B>A GG|AG AF|G/A/B/A/ G/A/B/c/| d>c BB|B>A GG|AG AF|G2 G2:|| A2 B2|cc/B/ AA|B2 c2|dd/c/ Bd| dc cB|dc cB|de/d/ cB|B2 A2:|
Another music hall song chorus tune. This one written and composed by T.W. Connor. X:56 T:She Was a Sweet Little Dicky Bird M:3/4 L:1/4 K:G d ^c e|d B G|E2 E|D3|d z d|d z G| F3|-F3|e3|A2 e|d2 B|A2 G|E2 B| B A E|A3|-A2 D|G3|A3|F3|-F2 D| G A B|c2 e|A3|-A3|d2 c|B A G| e2 d|c B A|d2 d|c B A|G3|-G3||
The well known chorus part of Daisy Bell a popular music hall song, written in 1892 by Harry Dacre. X:12 T:Daisy Daisy M:3/4 L:1/4 K:G d3|B3|G3|D3|EFG|E2 G| D3-|D2 G|A3|d3|B3|G3| EFG|A2 B|A3-|A2 B|cBA|d2 B| A G2-|G2 A|B2 G|E2 G|E D2-|D2 D| G2 B|A2 D|G2 B|ABc|dBG|A2 F|G3-|G2 |