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compleat country dancing-master

compleat country dancing-master

containing great variety of dances, both old & new : particularly those perform"d at the several masquerades: together with all the choicest and most noted Country-Dances performed at Court, the theatres, and publick balls : with their proper tunes and figures (or directions) to each dance ...

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Published by Printed for & sold by I. Walsh ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance -- England,
  • Country-dances -- England,
  • Violin music

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe dancing-master: containing directions and tunes for dancing
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19020812M

    The Compleat Country Dancing Master The 4th. Edition Pages: Publisher: Walsh, I. Location: Birmingham University Library. Shaw-Hellier Date [] Place: London NB: Particularly those perform'd at the several Masquerades.   The one that stood out was a book of 52 English country dance tunes, mainly from Playford, and all arranged for four instruments (two trebles, one bass and chord symbols): I have passed this book onto the people I play parts with -apart .

    The tune was first published by David Rutherford in (Daniel) Wright’s Compleat Collection of celebrated country Dances, vol. 2 (London, , pg. ), Walsh’s Fourth Book of the Compleat Country Dancing Master (London, ), Simpson’s Delightful Pocket Companion, vol. 2 (London, c. ), and in c. in Rutherford ’s Compleat. The Compleat Country Dancing-Master () Sams Maggot: Long Set, 3 cpls., 2/4, AABB x 3: The New Country Dancing-Master 3d Book (c. ) The Laughing Vicar: Longways, duple minor, 6/8, AABB x 5: Twenty Four New Country Dances for the Year by Natl. Kynaston: The Happy Couple.

    ~ At end of a listing means it's an older tune listed in , However, Walsh's 'Compleat Country Dancing Master', , reprints many tunes from before , and those are listed only in , and only the remainder are here.   This is an English country dance, first published in John Young's Third Volume of the Dancing Master, 2nd edition (, p. ), and Walsh & Hare's New Country Dancing Master (3rd book, London, ), reprinted in Walsh's Compleat Country Dancing Master vol. 3 (London, ).


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The Compleat Country Dancing-Master, Being a Collection of all the Celebrated Country Dances now in Vogue. Perform'd at Court, the Theatres, Masquerades, and Publick Balls With Proper Tunes and Directions to each Dance. The Tunes fitted compleat country dancing-master book the Violin, Hoboy, or German Flute.

Alt ernative. Title Composer Walsh, John: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. er: Walsh, John. The second book of The compleat country dancing-master: containing great variety of dances, both old and new: particularly those perform'd at the the choicest and most noted country-dances [Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The second book of The compleat country dancing-master: containing great variety of dances, both old Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors. John Walsh and his son, also John, made three series of their Compleat Country Dancing Master.

The first series, of two books, commenced in and was a direct plagiarism of the Playfords Country Dancing Master. Beginning in they issued a new second series, of four books of. Playford's The Dancing Master is the classic compendium of English country dance tunes. First published in it went through eighteen editions in almost 80 years.

In its day it was the most popular collection of its kind and engendered numerous imitations. The tunes selected by Playford and his successors were taken from many sources and /5(14). Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Ashley Hutchings & John Kirkpatrick - The Compleat Dancing Master at Discogs.

Complete your Ashley Hutchings & John Kirkpatrick collection/5(27). The Compleat country dancing-master. Being a collection of all the celebrated country dances now in Vogue.

Perform'd at court, the theatres, masquerades, and publick balls. With proper tunes and directions to each dance. The tunes fitted for the violin, hoboy, or German flute. London: Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Compleat Dancing Master on Discogs.

Label: Island Records - HELP 17 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Spoken Word, Folk. Dafydd’s Collection of The Lovelace/Church pre-Playford English Country Dances. The Dancing Master, An Illustrated Compendium Playford’s Dancing Master: The Compleat Dance Guide, Exhaustive compilation & index John Walsh The Compleat Country Dancing Master.

John Playford’s English Dancing Master was published in and was an attempt to collect popular English Country Dances of the day into a book, complete with printed melodies and instructions for dancing each one, most likely reflecting the most common practice of each dance.

While there were certainly local variations in the details and. Note — there is lately published a new edition of the great Dance Book, containing country dances [see below] in a new character and more correct than the former editions.

London: Printed for I. Walsh." 24 pp., oblong i2tno. 1 7 18 — "The Compleat Country Dancing Master, containing great variety of dances, both old and new. Source: The Compleat Country Dancing-Master [Book 1], London. Walsh, J. Hare, Tune: Apollo and Daphne, edited and arranged by Rebecca King Caller: Andrew Shaw.

Playford’s Dancing Master: The Compleat Dance Guide. An exhaustive collection, catalogue, and index of all dances published in editions of the Dancing Master,   The tune appears Northumbrian musician Henry Atkinson's music manuscript collection (as "Aber Geldy"), in a notebook of six pages of country dances called the Holmain Manuscript (–50), and in Walsh's Third Book of the Compleat Country Dancing-Master ().

A companion volume to 'The compleat country dancing-master', London, Reproduction of original from the Harvard University Houghton Library.

Description: 1 online resource ([8], pages): illustrations, music. Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online. Other Titles: Compleat country dancing-master. The tune, still popular at English country- and American contra-dances, dates to when it appeared in the 11th edition of London publisher John Playford's Dancing Master.

Choreography/Music: The Compleat Country Dancing-Master [Book 1], London. Walsh, J. Hare,interpretation by Andrew Shaw. Apollo's Hunt. Formation: Longways duple minor improper Key: D, Meter: 6/8. Choreography/Music: Gary Roodman().

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Select Preludes and Voluntaries for the Violin (Walsh, John) 6 Solos (Walsh, John). The second book of The compleat country dancing-master: containing great variety of dances, both old and new ; particularly those perform'd at the several masquerades: together with all the choicest and most noted country-dances, Perform'd at Court, the Theatres, and publick Balls ; with their proper tunes, and figures (or Directions) to each Dance: the tunes fitted to the violin, or hautboy.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : See Notes Multiple Contributors. Four Pence Half-Penny Farthing, in Playford’s 7 th edition ofalso appears in The Compleat Country Dancing Master printed for J.

Walsh, servant in Ordinary to his Majesty, at the Harp and Haut-boy in Katherine Street in the Strand, and J. Hare, at the Viol and Flute in Cornhill,   The Compleat Country Dancing Master; Walsh, J.,The Second Book of the Compleat Country Dancing Master; Walsh: Caledonian Country Dances (London) || combined abc transcription of all Walsh volumes - ,& ) Walsh: The.

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