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The Complete country dance tunes from Playford's Dancing master : 1651-ca. 1728

Author: John Playford; Jeremy Barlow
Publisher: London : Faber ; New York : G. Schirmer, 1985.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Playford; Jeremy Barlow
ISBN: 0571507239 9780571507238
OCLC Number: 20266771
Notes: 535 popular instrumental tunes compiled from 18 eds. of the English dancing master.
May be performed by viol, violin, or recorder.
Includes indexes.
Description: 136 p. of music : facsims. ; 31 cm.
Contents: Tunes in the 1st edition, 1651 (1). Adson's saraband ; A la mode de France ; All in a garden green ; Argiers or The wedding night ; Aye me or The symphony ; The bath ; The beggar boy ; Blue cap (for me) ; Boatman ; Bobbing Joe ; Broom, broom, the bonny, bonny broom ; Cast a bell ; Cheerily and merrily or Mr. Webb's fancy ; Chestnut or Dove's vagary ; The chirping of the lark ; Chirping of the nightingale ; Confess (his tune) or The court lady ; The country coll or Sir Nicholas Culley ; Cuckolds all in a row ; Daphne or The shepherdess ; Dissembling lover or The lost heart ; Drive the cold winter away ; Dull Sir John ; Faine I would (if I could) or Parthenia ; The fine companion ; The friar and the nun ; Gathering peascods ; The glory of the west ; The goddesses ; Gray's Inn mask or Mad Tom ; Greenwood or The huntsman ; Grimstock ; The gun or The valiant captain ; Half Hannikin ; Have at thy coat, old woman ; The health(s) or The merry wassail ; A health to Betty ; Heart's ease ; Hit and miss or Hit or miss ; Hockley in the hole ; Hyde Park ; If all the world were paper ; The Irish lady or the Aniseed water robin ; Irish trot ; Jack a lent ; Jack pudding or Merry Andrew ; Jenny pluck pears ; Jog on, (my honey) ; Kemp's jig ; Kettle drum ; Lady lie near me ; Lady Spellor (Spillers) ; Lavena or The passionate lover(s) ; The London gentlewoman or The hemp dresser or The London maid ; Lord of Carnavan's jig ; Lull me beyond thee ; Madge on a tree or Margery Cree ; Maiden Lane ; The maid peeped out at (of) the window or The friar in the well ; The merry, merry milkmaids or The merry milkmaids in green ; The milkmaids bob ; Millfield ; Millison's jig ; Mundesse ; My Lady Cullen or The Lady Cullen ; New bo-peep or Piccadilly ; Newcastle ; The new exchange or Durham stable ; New new nothing ; The night piece or The shaking of the sheets ; Nonesuch ; An old man is a bed full of bones ; The old mole ; Once I loved a maiden fair or Maiden fair ; Parson's farewell ; Paul's steeple or St. Paul's steeple ; Paul's wharf ; Pepper's black ; Petticoat wag or The tailor's daughter ; Picking of sticks ; Prince Rupert's march ; The punk's delight (The new way) ; Rose is white and rose is red ; Row well ye mariners ; Rufty tufty ; St. Martin's ; The saraband ; Saturday night and Sunday morn ; Scotch cap or Edinburgh Castle ; (The) sedany or Dargason ; Shepherd's holiday or Labour in vain ; Skellamefago or Don Pedro ; The slip or Sir Roger ; (A) soldier's life ; The Spaniard; The Spanish Gipsy ; Stanes Morris ; Step stately ; Stingo or The oil of barley ; Tom Tinker ; Upon a summer's day or The garland or A summer's day ; Up tails all ; The whirligig ; The wish ; Woodycock or The green man ---
Tunes new in the 2nd edition, 1652 (2). I love thee once, I love no more or Blue breeches or I'll love no more Parson(s) upon Dorothy or The shepherd's daughter ; The silver faulken ; Solomon's jig or Green goose fair ; Touch and take ; Trenchmore ; Under and over ; Winifred's knot or Open the door to three --
Tunes new in the 3rd edition, [1657] and 1665 (3). Abergenny ; Althea ; Black nag o The galloping nag ; Chelsea Reach or Buckingham House ; The devil's dream ; The Duke of Lorrain's march ; Gelding of the devil ; Ginnie pug or Strawberries and cream ; The gossip's frolic ; Hunsdon House ; (The) Lady Banbury's hornpipe ; Lady in the dark ; The merry conceit or The new conceit or The (a)sparagus garden ; The new New Exchange or The new Royal Exchange ; Oranges and lemons ; Sellenger's round or The beginning of the world ; Simple Simon or Huddle duddle ; Smith's rant or The cuckoo or May Day or Smith's new rant ; Spring garden ; A firk called St. Michell's Mount ; A frolic ; The glory of the north ; Glory of the sun ; The haymakers ; The highlanders' march ; A hornpipe ; Iantha ; The twins ; Watton Town's end ; What ye please --
Country dance type tunes from the supplement to the 3rd edition, [1657] (3A). An air or A gavotte The ape's dance or The opera ; Dour's (dove's) catastrophe or Lawyers leave you pleading or Love lies a bleeding ; Dunkirke ; An Italian rant ; A jig ; The Lady Frances Nevill's delight ; The Lord Monk's march ; Mad Dick ; Mardike ; A morisco ; Moulson's jig or Motson's jig ; A new dance or Maheney or Hey ho my honey ; New rant ; Porter's dream ; Porter's lamentation ; A Scotch firk ; Scots rant ; Throw the house out of the window ; The waits ; Washington's march --
Country dance type tunes from the Supplement to the 3rd edition, 1665, (3B), not included in the previous Supplement (3A). Amaryllis ; Antic dance [2] ; Black Jack ; Bourrée Piccadilly ; A country dance ; Coxes dance ; A dance ; Duke of York's march ; A figure dance ; Freeman's dance ; The glory of the kitchen ; A jig [3] ; The king's delight ; A new dance ; New marrinet ; New metar ; The new vagary ; The old bourrée ; Old marrinet or Moll Peatly (The new way) ; On the cold ground ; Parthenia or The jovial beggars ; The queen's delight ; The running bourrée ; The Simeron's dance ; Singleton's slip ; Wallingford House --
Tunes new to the 4th edition, 1670 (4). Blue petticoats or Green garters Buff coat ; Catching of fleas ; Catching of quails ; Cavylilly man ; Epping Forest ; Jamaica ; The Lady Murray's delight ; The lord chamberlain's delight ; The maid in the moon or Valentine's Day ; The mulberry garden or The maid in the mill ; Northern Nancy ; Oaken leaves ; Pegasus or The flying horse ; The Phoenix ; Putney Ferry ; Put on thy smock on a Monday ; Sage leaf ; Sweet Kate ; Ten pound lass ; Thomas you cannot --
Tunes new to the 5th edition, 1675 (5). Green stockings ; Newmarket ; Whitehall ; The witches or The Turnham Green --
Tunes new to the Supplement to the 6th edition, 1679 (6A). The bourrée or Sweet William ; Bourrée la bass ; Bouzer Castle ; Christchurch bells (In Oxon) ; The cobbler's jig ; Dragoon's march ; The Duke of York's delight ; Hedge Lane ; Hey boys up we go or The king's jig ; Jack's health ; The king's jig or Winchester wedding ; The ladies' delight or The mulberry garden ; The mermaid ; Nobody's jig ; Old Simon the king ; Sawney and Jockey or Sawney was tall ; (Mr) Staggins's jig ; Under the greenwood tree or Oh! how they frisk it or Leathern apron ; Well Hall Tunes new to the 7th edition, 1686 (7). Arcadia ; Black and grey ; Country Abigail ; Dragoon's march ; Excuse me ; The fit's come on me now or The Bishop of Chester's jig ; Greensleeves and pudding pies or Greensleeves and yellow lace ; The grenadiers' march ; Haphazard ; Joan Sanderson or The cushion dance ; Johnny, cock thy beaver ; The knot ; Miller's jig ; Never loved thee more ; The new Bath ; Pall-Mall or Pell-Mell ; Prince George ; The rummer ; Short's garden(s) ; Sion House ; The twenty-ninth of May or May Hill or The jovial crew or The jovial beggars ; Vienna ; Westmorland ; Wolverton Hall ; Young Jemmy --
Tunes new to the First Supplement to the 7th edition, [1687] (7A). Amboyna ; Ash Wednesday ; The blue boar ; Devonshire House ; Duke of Grafton's march ; The green man ; Ham House or Cherry garden ; Hatfield House ; Hayn's jig or The wanton wife ; Jenny, come tie my cravat ; Joan's placket ; Johnson's jig ; The King of Poland ; Lady Catherine Ogle, a new dance ; Lady Day ; Mad Robin ; Michaelmas Eve ; The miller's daughter ; Miss Nelly ; The mug-house ; New Year's Eve ; Prince George's march ; Richman Green ; Round Robin ; St. Dunstan or Clifford's Inn ; The Scotchman's dance, in The northern lass, or The highlander's march ; Sir Foplin ; Wallom Green --
Tunes new to the second supplement to the 7th edition, [1688] (7B). Astrope Wells ; Bonny Dundee ; Cupid's garden ; The garter or King James's march ; Holyrood Day ; The jocky or Four pence half-penny farthing ; Ladies of London ; Lady of pleasure ; The maid's delight ; The mask or Hey to the camp ; Painted chamber or The country farmer's daughter --
Tunes new to the third supplement to the 7th edition, [1689] (7C). Bellamira ; Cold and raw or The juice of barley ; Maid's Morris ; Rigaudon or the French rigaudon ; The siege of Buda --
Tunes new to the 8th edition, 1690 (8). Alchurch (The) emperor of the moon ; Essex building(s) ; I often for my Jenny strove ; Lilli Burlero ; A new rigaudon or (The) old rigaudon or A rigaudon ; A passepied ; Pool's hole ; Pretty miss ; Welcome home, old Rowley --
Tunes new to the 9th edition, 1695 (9). Arundel Street ; Betty's maggot ; (Mr.) Beveridge's ground ; (Mr.) Beveridge's maggot ; Daniel Cowper ; Duke of Luxemburgh's march ; Easter Tuesday ; Huntington's maggot ; (Mr.) Isaac's maggot ; Jacob Hall's jig ; Kensington Court ; (Mr.) Lane's maggot or Richmond Ball ; (Mr.) Lane's minuet ; The last new rigaudon or Rigaudon ; The maid's last wish ; Marriage hater or The intrigues of the town ; The new bourrée or The Indian queen ; Of noble race was Shinkin ; Old bachelor ; O mother, Roger ; Pope Joan ; Pye Corner ; Red House ; Rockingham Castle ; Roger of Coverly ; Sancho Pancho ; (The) Siege of Limerick ; Spanish jig ; Tythe pig ; Valiant Jockey ; The whim or Bartholomew Fair ; Whitney's farewell --
Tunes new Part II, 1696 (supplement to the 9th edition) (9A). Black Bess The Britons ; Bury Fair ; The Cornish squire ; (Mr.) Eaglesfield's new hornpipe ; Epsom Wells or Wa is me, what mun I do ; The geud man of Ballangigh; to a new Scotch jig ; The happy marriage ; The happy meeting ; The happy miller ; Hobb's wedding: A kiss dance in The country wake ; Irish bourrée ; (Mr.) Lane's trumpet minuet to be danc'd with the minuet step ; Love for love: danc'd in the play ; Man was for woman made ; The more the merrier ; The Purlongs ; St. Martin's name ; The soldier and the sailor or A soldier and a sailor ; Take not a woman's anger ill, for if one won't, another will ; 'Twas within a furlong of Edinburgh Town ; (Mr.) Young's delight --
Tunes new Part II 2nd edition, 1698 (9B). Anna Maria ; The bonny grey-ey'd morn ; Captain's maggot ; De'il take wars ; Dunmore Kate ; Edinburgh Castle or The trip to Jubilee, as 'tis danc'd at the Play-house ; The hole in the wall ; Lambeth Wells ; The lord mayor's delight ; None such ; Young Sir Solomon --
Tunes new to additional pages in Part II, [1698], (9C). The barley-mow ; Europe's revels ; Greenwich Park ; Mad Moll ; The mock match ; My Lord Byron's delight ; The sham doctor ; Shore's trumpet tune ; (The) temple change ; Waltham Abbey ; Westminster Hall --
Tunes to the New Supplement Part II, 2nd edition, [1698] (9D). Damme or Damey ; Dr. Pope's jig or The Pope's jig ; The duchess ; From Aberdeen ; The Jack's farewell ; A new Spanish entrée, and saraband danced by Monsieur L'Abbé before His Majesty at Kensington, and at the theatre in Little Lincolnes Inn Fields, with great applause ; The sailor's delight ; Windsor Castle --
Tunes new to the 10th edition, 1698 (10). The coronation day The dumps ; Ely Minster ; Lincoln or Bolton ; The mock hobby horse ; Puddings and pies ; The red bull ; Scotland ; Three sheep skins ; Winchester --
Tunes new to the 11th edition, 1701 (11). Akeroyde's pad ; America ; Barham Down ; The beautiful Scrabmagg, by G. B. ; The beaux's delight ; The Bishop of Bangor's jig ; Blackheath ; Black Nell ; Buford's march or The private wedding or Jockey was a dowdy lad ; Buskin ; (The) carpenter's maggot ; Cary's maggot ; The catch club ; Cheshire Alley ; Cheshire rounds ; Childgrove ; The cobbler's hornpipe ; Cockleshells ; Crosby Square ; Czar of Muscovy ; Dainty Davy ; The Duke of Gloucester's march ; Easter Eve ; Ely Court ; Enfield Common ; The English passepied ; The fiddler's Morris ; The French ambassador ; Friday night or Nowill Hills or Love neglected ; The frolic ; George's maggot ; The Gilford ; Golden Square ; The hare's maggot ; Hill's maggot ; The Irish ground ; The jolly breeze ; The ladies' conveniency ; The ladies' maggot ; The last new French rigaudon ; The last new vagaries ; The Lord Phoppington or The new lord Phoppington ; Lumps of pudding ; The mansell ; Mother Brown's cat ; Mount Hills ; My Lord Byron's maggot ; The new bourrée ; The new invention ; New Whitehall ; Nottingham Castle ; The pilgrim or Lord Phoppington ; Portsmouth ; The princess ; The punch bowl ; The queen's jig ; Reeve's maggot ; The round ; Rub her down with straw ; St. Albans ; St. Catherine ; Taylor's trip ; The temple ; The tiger ; Touch and go ; Well's humour ; Whitehall minuet ; Wimbleton House ; Woolly and Georgey --
Tunes new to the supplement to the 11th edition, 1702 (11A). Apley House Cotte House ; The country farmer ; Dick's maggot ; Fiddler's maggot ; Granny's delight ; Hang sorrow ; Jack's maggot ; The jolly boy ; The ladies' misfortune ; The man tiger ; My Lady Foster's delight ; News from Tripoly ; Old Abigail's delight ; Old Noll's jig ; Ormond House ; The princess's court ; The queen's head ; Slaughterhouse ; The sword dance ; A trip to Bury ; Twelfth Eve ; The virgin queen ; Whely House --
Tunes new to the 12th edition, 1703 912). Bloomsbury Market ; Christmas cheer ; The colonel's health ; The cuckoo ; The Devonshire lass or Scotch air ; Fy, nay, prithee John ; Lincoln's Inn ; Mayfair or Grief a la mode ; The new round O or Round O ; Nobe's maggot ; The queen's birthday ; The Royal Navy ; Tunbridge Walks ; Up with Aily ; Vigo ; Wooden shoes --
Tunes new to the 13th edition, 1706 (13). Barker's maggot ; Count Tallard ; Draper's gardens ; Draper's maggot ; Iantha ; London's loyalty ; The Marlborough ; The queen's delight or The rake's delight ; (The) resolution or The Quaker's grace --
Tunes new to the 14th edition, 1709 (14). Hunt the squirrel ; A trip to St. John's Court --
Tunes new to the 17th edition, 1721 (17). Edinburgh Castle or Mother Dobney's trencher ; The gun fleet ; The Serag's hornpipe.
Other Titles: English dancing master.
Dancing master.
Responsibility: edited by Jeremy Barlow.

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schema:description"Tunes in the 1st edition, 1651 (1). Adson's saraband ; A la mode de France ; All in a garden green ; Argiers or The wedding night ; Aye me or The symphony ; The bath ; The beggar boy ; Blue cap (for me) ; Boatman ; Bobbing Joe ; Broom, broom, the bonny, bonny broom ; Cast a bell ; Cheerily and merrily or Mr. Webb's fancy ; Chestnut or Dove's vagary ; The chirping of the lark ; Chirping of the nightingale ; Confess (his tune) or The court lady ; The country coll or Sir Nicholas Culley ; Cuckolds all in a row ; Daphne or The shepherdess ; Dissembling lover or The lost heart ; Drive the cold winter away ; Dull Sir John ; Faine I would (if I could) or Parthenia ; The fine companion ; The friar and the nun ; Gathering peascods ; The glory of the west ; The goddesses ; Gray's Inn mask or Mad Tom ; Greenwood or The huntsman ; Grimstock ; The gun or The valiant captain ; Half Hannikin ; Have at thy coat, old woman ; The health(s) or The merry wassail ; A health to Betty ; Heart's ease ; Hit and miss or Hit or miss ; Hockley in the hole ; Hyde Park ; If all the world were paper ; The Irish lady or the Aniseed water robin ; Irish trot ; Jack a lent ; Jack pudding or Merry Andrew ; Jenny pluck pears ; Jog on, (my honey) ; Kemp's jig ; Kettle drum ; Lady lie near me ; Lady Spellor (Spillers) ; Lavena or The passionate lover(s) ; The London gentlewoman or The hemp dresser or The London maid ; Lord of Carnavan's jig ; Lull me beyond thee ; Madge on a tree or Margery Cree ; Maiden Lane ; The maid peeped out at (of) the window or The friar in the well ; The merry, merry milkmaids or The merry milkmaids in green ; The milkmaids bob ; Millfield ; Millison's jig ; Mundesse ; My Lady Cullen or The Lady Cullen ; New bo-peep or Piccadilly ; Newcastle ; The new exchange or Durham stable ; New new nothing ; The night piece or The shaking of the sheets ; Nonesuch ; An old man is a bed full of bones ; The old mole ; Once I loved a maiden fair or Maiden fair ; Parson's farewell ; Paul's steeple or St. Paul's steeple ; Paul's wharf ; Pepper's black ; Petticoat wag or The tailor's daughter ; Picking of sticks ; Prince Rupert's march ; The punk's delight (The new way) ; Rose is white and rose is red ; Row well ye mariners ; Rufty tufty ; St. Martin's ; The saraband ; Saturday night and Sunday morn ; Scotch cap or Edinburgh Castle ; (The) sedany or Dargason ; Shepherd's holiday or Labour in vain ; Skellamefago or Don Pedro ; The slip or Sir Roger ; (A) soldier's life ; The Spaniard; The Spanish Gipsy ; Stanes Morris ; Step stately ; Stingo or The oil of barley ; Tom Tinker ; Upon a summer's day or The garland or A summer's day ; Up tails all ; The whirligig ; The wish ; Woodycock or The green man --- Tunes new in the 2nd edition, 1652 (2). I love thee once, I love no more or Blue breeches or I'll love no more"
schema:description"The Britons ; Bury Fair ; The Cornish squire ; (Mr.) Eaglesfield's new hornpipe ; Epsom Wells or Wa is me, what mun I do ; The geud man of Ballangigh; to a new Scotch jig ; The happy marriage ; The happy meeting ; The happy miller ; Hobb's wedding: A kiss dance in The country wake ; Irish bourrée ; (Mr.) Lane's trumpet minuet to be danc'd with the minuet step ; Love for love: danc'd in the play ; Man was for woman made ; The more the merrier ; The Purlongs ; St. Martin's name ; The soldier and the sailor or A soldier and a sailor ; Take not a woman's anger ill, for if one won't, another will ; 'Twas within a furlong of Edinburgh Town ; (Mr.) Young's delight -- Tunes new Part II 2nd edition, 1698 (9B). Anna Maria ; The bonny grey-ey'd morn ; Captain's maggot ; De'il take wars ; Dunmore Kate ; Edinburgh Castle or The trip to Jubilee, as 'tis danc'd at the Play-house ; The hole in the wall ; Lambeth Wells ; The lord mayor's delight ; None such ; Young Sir Solomon -- Tunes new to additional pages in Part II, [1698], (9C). The barley-mow ; Europe's revels ; Greenwich Park ; Mad Moll ; The mock match ; My Lord Byron's delight ; The sham doctor ; Shore's trumpet tune ; (The) temple change ; Waltham Abbey ; Westminster Hall -- Tunes to the New Supplement Part II, 2nd edition, [1698] (9D). Damme or Damey ; Dr. Pope's jig or The Pope's jig ; The duchess ; From Aberdeen ; The Jack's farewell ; A new Spanish entrée, and saraband danced by Monsieur L'Abbé before His Majesty at Kensington, and at the theatre in Little Lincolnes Inn Fields, with great applause ; The sailor's delight ; Windsor Castle -- Tunes new to the 10th edition, 1698 (10). The coronation day"
schema:description"The dumps ; Ely Minster ; Lincoln or Bolton ; The mock hobby horse ; Puddings and pies ; The red bull ; Scotland ; Three sheep skins ; Winchester -- Tunes new to the 11th edition, 1701 (11). Akeroyde's pad ; America ; Barham Down ; The beautiful Scrabmagg, by G. B. ; The beaux's delight ; The Bishop of Bangor's jig ; Blackheath ; Black Nell ; Buford's march or The private wedding or Jockey was a dowdy lad ; Buskin ; (The) carpenter's maggot ; Cary's maggot ; The catch club ; Cheshire Alley ; Cheshire rounds ; Childgrove ; The cobbler's hornpipe ; Cockleshells ; Crosby Square ; Czar of Muscovy ; Dainty Davy ; The Duke of Gloucester's march ; Easter Eve ; Ely Court ; Enfield Common ; The English passepied ; The fiddler's Morris ; The French ambassador ; Friday night or Nowill Hills or Love neglected ; The frolic ; George's maggot ; The Gilford ; Golden Square ; The hare's maggot ; Hill's maggot ; The Irish ground ; The jolly breeze ; The ladies' conveniency ; The ladies' maggot ; The last new French rigaudon ; The last new vagaries ; The Lord Phoppington or The new lord Phoppington ; Lumps of pudding ; The mansell ; Mother Brown's cat ; Mount Hills ; My Lord Byron's maggot ; The new bourrée ; The new invention ; New Whitehall ; Nottingham Castle ; The pilgrim or Lord Phoppington ; Portsmouth ; The princess ; The punch bowl ; The queen's jig ; Reeve's maggot ; The round ; Rub her down with straw ; St. Albans ; St. Catherine ; Taylor's trip ; The temple ; The tiger ; Touch and go ; Well's humour ; Whitehall minuet ; Wimbleton House ; Woolly and Georgey -- Tunes new to the supplement to the 11th edition, 1702 (11A). Apley House"
schema:description"The ape's dance or The opera ; Dour's (dove's) catastrophe or Lawyers leave you pleading or Love lies a bleeding ; Dunkirke ; An Italian rant ; A jig ; The Lady Frances Nevill's delight ; The Lord Monk's march ; Mad Dick ; Mardike ; A morisco ; Moulson's jig or Motson's jig ; A new dance or Maheney or Hey ho my honey ; New rant ; Porter's dream ; Porter's lamentation ; A Scotch firk ; Scots rant ; Throw the house out of the window ; The waits ; Washington's march -- Country dance type tunes from the Supplement to the 3rd edition, 1665, (3B), not included in the previous Supplement (3A). Amaryllis ; Antic dance [2] ; Black Jack ; Bourrée Piccadilly ; A country dance ; Coxes dance ; A dance ; Duke of York's march ; A figure dance ; Freeman's dance ; The glory of the kitchen ; A jig [3] ; The king's delight ; A new dance ; New marrinet ; New metar ; The new vagary ; The old bourrée ; Old marrinet or Moll Peatly (The new way) ; On the cold ground ; Parthenia or The jovial beggars ; The queen's delight ; The running bourrée ; The Simeron's dance ; Singleton's slip ; Wallingford House -- Tunes new to the 4th edition, 1670 (4). Blue petticoats or Green garters"
schema:description"Cotte House ; The country farmer ; Dick's maggot ; Fiddler's maggot ; Granny's delight ; Hang sorrow ; Jack's maggot ; The jolly boy ; The ladies' misfortune ; The man tiger ; My Lady Foster's delight ; News from Tripoly ; Old Abigail's delight ; Old Noll's jig ; Ormond House ; The princess's court ; The queen's head ; Slaughterhouse ; The sword dance ; A trip to Bury ; Twelfth Eve ; The virgin queen ; Whely House -- Tunes new to the 12th edition, 1703 912). Bloomsbury Market ; Christmas cheer ; The colonel's health ; The cuckoo ; The Devonshire lass or Scotch air ; Fy, nay, prithee John ; Lincoln's Inn ; Mayfair or Grief a la mode ; The new round O or Round O ; Nobe's maggot ; The queen's birthday ; The Royal Navy ; Tunbridge Walks ; Up with Aily ; Vigo ; Wooden shoes -- Tunes new to the 13th edition, 1706 (13). Barker's maggot ; Count Tallard ; Draper's gardens ; Draper's maggot ; Iantha ; London's loyalty ; The Marlborough ; The queen's delight or The rake's delight ; (The) resolution or The Quaker's grace -- Tunes new to the 14th edition, 1709 (14). Hunt the squirrel ; A trip to St. John's Court -- Tunes new to the 17th edition, 1721 (17). Edinburgh Castle or Mother Dobney's trencher ; The gun fleet ; The Serag's hornpipe."
schema:description"Parson(s) upon Dorothy or The shepherd's daughter ; The silver faulken ; Solomon's jig or Green goose fair ; Touch and take ; Trenchmore ; Under and over ; Winifred's knot or Open the door to three -- Tunes new in the 3rd edition, [1657] and 1665 (3). Abergenny ; Althea ; Black nag o The galloping nag ; Chelsea Reach or Buckingham House ; The devil's dream ; The Duke of Lorrain's march ; Gelding of the devil ; Ginnie pug or Strawberries and cream ; The gossip's frolic ; Hunsdon House ; (The) Lady Banbury's hornpipe ; Lady in the dark ; The merry conceit or The new conceit or The (a)sparagus garden ; The new New Exchange or The new Royal Exchange ; Oranges and lemons ; Sellenger's round or The beginning of the world ; Simple Simon or Huddle duddle ; Smith's rant or The cuckoo or May Day or Smith's new rant ; Spring garden ; A firk called St. Michell's Mount ; A frolic ; The glory of the north ; Glory of the sun ; The haymakers ; The highlanders' march ; A hornpipe ; Iantha ; The twins ; Watton Town's end ; What ye please -- Country dance type tunes from the supplement to the 3rd edition, [1657] (3A). An air or A gavotte"
schema:description"Tunes new to the 7th edition, 1686 (7). Arcadia ; Black and grey ; Country Abigail ; Dragoon's march ; Excuse me ; The fit's come on me now or The Bishop of Chester's jig ; Greensleeves and pudding pies or Greensleeves and yellow lace ; The grenadiers' march ; Haphazard ; Joan Sanderson or The cushion dance ; Johnny, cock thy beaver ; The knot ; Miller's jig ; Never loved thee more ; The new Bath ; Pall-Mall or Pell-Mell ; Prince George ; The rummer ; Short's garden(s) ; Sion House ; The twenty-ninth of May or May Hill or The jovial crew or The jovial beggars ; Vienna ; Westmorland ; Wolverton Hall ; Young Jemmy -- Tunes new to the First Supplement to the 7th edition, [1687] (7A). Amboyna ; Ash Wednesday ; The blue boar ; Devonshire House ; Duke of Grafton's march ; The green man ; Ham House or Cherry garden ; Hatfield House ; Hayn's jig or The wanton wife ; Jenny, come tie my cravat ; Joan's placket ; Johnson's jig ; The King of Poland ; Lady Catherine Ogle, a new dance ; Lady Day ; Mad Robin ; Michaelmas Eve ; The miller's daughter ; Miss Nelly ; The mug-house ; New Year's Eve ; Prince George's march ; Richman Green ; Round Robin ; St. Dunstan or Clifford's Inn ; The Scotchman's dance, in The northern lass, or The highlander's march ; Sir Foplin ; Wallom Green -- Tunes new to the second supplement to the 7th edition, [1688] (7B). Astrope Wells ; Bonny Dundee ; Cupid's garden ; The garter or King James's march ; Holyrood Day ; The jocky or Four pence half-penny farthing ; Ladies of London ; Lady of pleasure ; The maid's delight ; The mask or Hey to the camp ; Painted chamber or The country farmer's daughter -- Tunes new to the third supplement to the 7th edition, [1689] (7C). Bellamira ; Cold and raw or The juice of barley ; Maid's Morris ; Rigaudon or the French rigaudon ; The siege of Buda -- Tunes new to the 8th edition, 1690 (8). Alchurch"
schema:description"Buff coat ; Catching of fleas ; Catching of quails ; Cavylilly man ; Epping Forest ; Jamaica ; The Lady Murray's delight ; The lord chamberlain's delight ; The maid in the moon or Valentine's Day ; The mulberry garden or The maid in the mill ; Northern Nancy ; Oaken leaves ; Pegasus or The flying horse ; The Phoenix ; Putney Ferry ; Put on thy smock on a Monday ; Sage leaf ; Sweet Kate ; Ten pound lass ; Thomas you cannot -- Tunes new to the 5th edition, 1675 (5). Green stockings ; Newmarket ; Whitehall ; The witches or The Turnham Green -- Tunes new to the Supplement to the 6th edition, 1679 (6A). The bourrée or Sweet William ; Bourrée la bass ; Bouzer Castle ; Christchurch bells (In Oxon) ; The cobbler's jig ; Dragoon's march ; The Duke of York's delight ; Hedge Lane ; Hey boys up we go or The king's jig ; Jack's health ; The king's jig or Winchester wedding ; The ladies' delight or The mulberry garden ; The mermaid ; Nobody's jig ; Old Simon the king ; Sawney and Jockey or Sawney was tall ; (Mr) Staggins's jig ; Under the greenwood tree or Oh! how they frisk it or Leathern apron ; Well Hall"
schema:description"(The) emperor of the moon ; Essex building(s) ; I often for my Jenny strove ; Lilli Burlero ; A new rigaudon or (The) old rigaudon or A rigaudon ; A passepied ; Pool's hole ; Pretty miss ; Welcome home, old Rowley -- Tunes new to the 9th edition, 1695 (9). Arundel Street ; Betty's maggot ; (Mr.) Beveridge's ground ; (Mr.) Beveridge's maggot ; Daniel Cowper ; Duke of Luxemburgh's march ; Easter Tuesday ; Huntington's maggot ; (Mr.) Isaac's maggot ; Jacob Hall's jig ; Kensington Court ; (Mr.) Lane's maggot or Richmond Ball ; (Mr.) Lane's minuet ; The last new rigaudon or Rigaudon ; The maid's last wish ; Marriage hater or The intrigues of the town ; The new bourrée or The Indian queen ; Of noble race was Shinkin ; Old bachelor ; O mother, Roger ; Pope Joan ; Pye Corner ; Red House ; Rockingham Castle ; Roger of Coverly ; Sancho Pancho ; (The) Siege of Limerick ; Spanish jig ; Tythe pig ; Valiant Jockey ; The whim or Bartholomew Fair ; Whitney's farewell -- Tunes new Part II, 1696 (supplement to the 9th edition) (9A). Black Bess"
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