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Author Topic: "Ladies Go Dancing at Whitsun"  (Read 4967 times)
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« on: March 05, 2015, 09:36:50 am »

It's been a little quiet around here of late, so here's a piece of music that became a bit of an "ear-worm" for me ... enjoy Smiley

A sweet little tune that, in one form or another, pre-dates the title of Austin John Marshall's song, written to celebrate a rather poignant circumstance from early in the 20th century. I was inspired to play the tune by Shirley Collin's singing, for whom I understand the song was originally written.

Enjoy it for what it is, or, if you're interested, research the history ... it's well documented on the web.

T:Ladies Go Dancing at Whitsun
D2| G2 G2 A2 | G2 D3 G | A2 B2 c2 | d4 dc |
B3 A G2 | AB c3 B | A2 G2 E2 | D4 Bc |
d2 B2 d2 | c2 A3 c | BA G2 A2 | D4 EF |
G3 A B2 | cB A2 G2 | F2 G4-| G4 |]

« Last Edit: March 05, 2015, 09:39:02 am by kypfer » Logged

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