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Jig - The Irish Washerwoman - Scan Tester - 1887 - 1972 I Never Played To Many Posh Dances


1990
Label: Topic Records - 2-12T455/6 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
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For example, I use abc2win and abcNavigator 2 with no problems whatsoever with direct cut-and-pasting. For concertina. Or, get a copy of abcNavigator 2 — its well worth it. Canadian, Jig. Canada, Cape Breton. Published by Charles F. Canadian Broadcasting Corp. AKA and see " Spatter the Mud. AKA and see " Scatter the Mud.

Irish, Jig. E Flat Major. Standard tuning. One part. D Major. Joyce, who elsewhere says the term is translated from one or the other of two Irish words, loisc [lusk], to burn; and scall, to scald. Source for notated version: Mr.

T:Scalded poor man, The. A Dorian or A Minor. The town of Scalloway is on the main island of the Shetlands and was the former capitol of the isles. The tune exists in many versions, but was popularized by Willie Bairnson, and 18th century Shetland fiddler born in Laing, a gentleman from the mainland of Scotland who was a student of music, a composer and teacher. Nelson believes the tune may have perhaps been composed by either Willie or his stepfather for it differs from many of the old Shetland fiddle tunes and sounds as if it was composed by someone with a Scottish background.

Willie was employed as a post runner, carrying letters to the lairds and businessmen of the Shetlands, and, since he often took his fiddle with him on his travels, Jig - The Irish Washerwoman - Scan Tester - 1887 - 1972 I Never Played To Many Posh Dances no fiddler was so widely heard as Daa Willie, as he was affectionately called by the younger generation" Nelson. In the early years of the 20th century the melody was played regularly for Foursome Reels and Highland Schottisches.

Sources for notated versions: Peter Fraser Shetland [Cooke, version 18c. Hoseason's MS Shetland [Cooke, version 18b. Bain 50 Fiddle Solos; pg. Learned from Tom Anderson who had the tune from Peter Fraser who lived on the west side of the Shetland's main island. T:Da Scalloway Lasses. C:Trad Shetland. S:From the playing of Dave Moss.

K:A Aeolian. English, Polka. G Major. Tester also occasionally played the fiddle. Callaghan Hardcore English Wave - Kwartet Jack Redler - Kwartet Jack Redler Met Zang Van Wilma Baan & Jan Opgenhaeffen, ; pg.

Various artists. S:Scan Tester USA, Mo. Composed by Charles Johnson of Kansas City, American, Waltz. The tune indeed sounds Scandinavian. Source for notated version: Al Sanderson [Phillips].

Phillips Traditional American Fiddle Tunesvol. English, Reel. England, Northumberland. D Dorian. Seattle William Vickers, Part 3; No. English, Country Dance Tune whole time. Scaramouch is a clown character, invented in the 17 th century by the Italian actor Tiberio Fiorelli. Scaramouch also typically appears in Punch and Judy shows, where he is often struck by Punch, causing his head to come off. The tune was recorded by the Belfast Northern Star of July 15,as having been played in competition by Adolescent Sex - Various - Action Replay of ten Irish harp masters at the last great convocation of ancient Irish harpers, the Belfast Harp Festival, held that week.

The seaside spa town of Scarborough is located in North Riding of Yorkshire. It was a center for society gatherings in the 18 th century and featured lavish assembly rooms for dancing, in addition to the two mineral springs frequented for their healthful properties.

The Victorians further developed it by introducing some of the finest formal gardens in Britain, the renowned Scarborough Spa and the Esplanade. It remains a resort town today. Kidson Old English Country Dances; pg. T:Scarborough Rags (Extended Mix) - Crazyhead - Desert Orchid. One of the "missing tunes" from Vickers' manuscript.

Scottish, Jig. A Dorian. Songer Portland Collection; pg. T:Scarce of Tatties. Z:Jack Campin. K:A Mix. Canada, Nova Scotia. Cranford Winston Fitzgerald; No. Canadian, Reel. E Major. Irish, Slide. Mulligan, Denis Doody T:Scart Slide, The. Ireland, Sliabh Luachra region of the Cork-Kerry border. Moylan, ; No. Ireland, West Kerry. Cranitch Irish Fiddle Book; pg.

Reissue of Topic recordings. D Mixolydian. Source for notated version: fiddler Denis Murphy d. Kerry, Ireland [Breathnach]. Ceoliii, pg. Learned from Cork accordion player Jackie Daly.

Ceolvol. Mulvihill 1 st Collection; No. Treoirvol. IV, No. See also listings at:. T:Scatter the Mud [1]. K:A Minor. Ireland; County Sligo, west Clare. The title is similar to that of the slip jig " Spatter the Mud. Galway, in [Harker]. Flaherty Trip to Sligo; Jig - The Irish Washerwoman - Scan Tester - 1887 - 1972 I Never Played To Many Posh Dances . Harker Tunes from Mike Rafferty; No. O'Neill Krassen; pg. Reissue of Topic Records album recorded in T:Scatter the Mud [2].

Another cleric, St. Senan from County Clare, lived there for some time in a monastery and it is said he would travel to and from the island on a flying flagstone.


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9 thoughts on “ Jig - The Irish Washerwoman - Scan Tester - 1887 - 1972 I Never Played To Many Posh Dances

  1. Oct 26,  · > Folk Music > Records > Scan Tester: I Never Played to Many Posh Dances. Scan Tester: I Never Played to Many Posh Dances. I Never Played to Many Posh Dances Scan Tester () Topic Records TS/6 (2 LP, Jig: The Irish Washerwoman () Step-Dance: The Monkey Hornpipe.
  2. Scan Tester - I Never Played To Many Posh Dances is the title of both the book and the double record. And to help us through this is the man responsible for both the book and the records, Reg Hall. And to help us through this is the man responsible for both the book and the records, Reg Hall.
  3. Lewis 'Scan' Tester was born in to a musical family. He was something of a prodigy playing from the age of 8 at all sorts of social functions where music was required, including pubs. Although famous in his local Sussex, it wasn't until he was in his 70s that he became known and loved by a public beyond his own place and granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo: $
  4. The tune, which incorporates in the ‘B’ part familiar strains from the well‑known double jig "The Irish Washerwoman," appears in Walsh's Caledonian Country Dances (pg. 59) of c. It appears in the music manuscript collection of Northumbrian musician William Vickers (about whom, unfortunately, nothing is known).
  5. The Irish Washerwoman jig Also known as An Bhean Níocháin Éireannach, The Big, Corporal Casey, Do Virgins Taste Better?, Haste To The Wedding, The Irish Woman, The Wash Woman, The Washing Woman. There are 88 recordings of a tune by this name.
  6. Lewis "Scan" Tester was born in Sussex in to a musical family. He was something of a prodigy playing from the age of 8 at all sorts of social functions where music was required, including pubs. While his greatest prowess was on the anglo-German concertina, he was first rate step-dancer, a fine singer and also played fiddle, melodeon and tambourine.
  7. Scan Tester, ? , was the best known anglo concertina player around the folk scene in the s and early 70s, playing in a traditional style that might have been lost if not for him.
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  9. Jan 07,  · A good jig for improvers here. Enjoy!:) This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.

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