- and of course you're right.
Yours in deep humility,
On 08/09/2010 15:26, Julia Say wrote:
On 8 Sep 2010, Gibbons, John wrote:
Probably not a typo.
No, John is correct. Not a typo.
There are quite a few of these scattered through society publications (and
elsewhere, but I'll stick to what I know about). As a tune form they are
widespread, but survive alive and played in our area and Shetland for just two.
Try The Steam Plough and Harlow Hill Lads (early C19) in NPS 3 , Dear Tobacco
(prob. C17) in the Charlton Memorial (amongst many others therein).
As to "who writes those now?" well here you go:
(fans of simple abc may need to remove the mtex dialect bits)