A Rollick of Recorders Or Other Instruments: Thirteen Popular Colonial Tunes Set for Trio

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Colonial Williamsburg, 1975 - Music - 16 pages
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The pieces in this collection have been arranged for the recorder, an instrument known in the eighteenth century as the English, or common, flute. Included are thirteen tunes that our colonial forebears used for lighthearted music making.
 

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Contents

1 THE GALLOPING NAG
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2 THE PARSON AMONG THE PEAS
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3 DRIVE THE COLD WINTER AWAY
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4 THE COUNTRY FARMERS DAUGHTER
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5 THE LASS OF PATIES MILL
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6 WOUD YOU HAVE A YOUNG VIRGIN
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7 HOLE IN THE WALL
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8 AMARYLLIS
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9 JOANS PLACKET
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10 PACKINGTONS POUND
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11 THE MERRY MILK MAIDS IN GREEN
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12 FAREWEL TO LOCHABER
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13 LAMBETH WELLS
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