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The Bee’s Wing

James Hill (England)

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4

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3

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3

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The Bee’s Wing
James Hill (England)

4
4

3 3 3

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3

3 3
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3

3 3 3 3
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3 3 3
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3
Beef Stake Hornpipe. JC.119
England
= 145
Beethoven Waltz. CJF.119
"Beethoven" (England)
= 90
3
4

*
*
Beethoven’s Waltz. CJF.019
Beethoven ? (England)
= 50
p
3
8

cresc:

3 3 3
3 3 3

8va------ p
D. Capo

Beggar Boy
Playford (Playford)
= 120
6
8
Beggar Girl,The . JC.063
England
= 80
6
8

Song text exists. See Deacon.


Beggar Girl,The. BF13.097
England
= 60
6
8

pause

pause
Beggar Girl,The. CJF.009
England
= 80
Andante
6
8
Beggar Girl,The. TLY.004
England.
= 100
6
8

*
The Beggarman’s Song
Irish
= 150
6
8
I am a little beggarman, a begging I have been
For three score years in this little isle of green
I’m known along the Liffey from the Basin to the Zoo
And everybody calls me by the name of Johnny Dhu

Chorus:
Of all the trades a going, sure the begging is the best
For when a man is tired he can sit him down and rest
He can beg for his dinner, he has nothing else to do
But to slip around the corner with his old rigadoo

I slept in a barn one night in Currabawn


A shocking wet night it was, but I slept until the dawn
There was holes in the roof and the raindrops coming thru
And the rats and the cats were a playing peek a boo

Who did I waken but the woman of the house


With her white spotted apron and her calico blouse
She began to frighten and I said boo
Sure, don’t be afraid at all, it’s only Johnny Dhu

I met a little girl while a walkin out one day


Good morrow little flaxen haired girl, I did say
Good morrow little beggarman and how do you do
With your rags and your tags and your auld rigadoo

I’ll buy a pair of leggins and a collar and a tie


And a nice young lady I’ll go courting by and by
I’ll buy a pair of goggles and I’ll color them with blue
And an old fashioned lady I will make her too

So all along the high road with my bag upon my back


Over the fields with my bulging heavy sack
With holes in my shoes and my toes a peeping thru
Singing, skin a ma rink a doodle with my auld rigadoo
O I must be going to bed for it’s getting late at night
The fire is all raked and now tis out of light
For now you’ve heard the story of my auld rigadoo
So good and God be with you, from auld Johnny Dhu
Begåvningsmarsch från Funäsdalen
efter Olof Halvarsson
“Gift-recieving tune”
Sweden
= 80
2
4

1 2

3 3

3
Andrastämma

2
4
1 2

Oktav

2
4

1 2
3 3

3
Behind the Bush in the Garden

6
8
Behind the Bush in the Garden
Who’ll be King But Charlie
Royal Charlie

6
8

2
Behind the Bush in the Garden
England

6
8
Behind the Bush in the Garden
Who’ll be King But Charlie
Royal Charlie

6
8

2
Behind the bush in the garden (2)
England

6
8
Behind The Bush In The Garden. HSJJ.169
England
= 115
key of D in MS
6
8
Behind The Bush In The Garden. HSJJ.169
England
= 115
key of D in MS
6
8
Behind the Haystack

6
8
Behind the Haystack
The Munster Buttermilk
D A
6
8

G D A

G D

G D Em Bm

A G D

Em Bm D
Behind the Haystack

6
8
Behind the Haystack

6
8
Behind the Haystack
The Munster Buttermilk
D A
6
8

G D A

G D

G D Em Bm

A G D

Em Bm D
Behind the Haystack
Munster Buttermilk

6
8
Behind the haystack
Munster Buttermilk
Ireland

6
8
Behind the Haystack
Munster Buttermilk

6
8
Behind the Haystack

6
8

1 2

1 2
Behind the Haystack
Trad
= 190
6
8
Beim Suppé Walzerlied - Walzer/Waltz/Valse
Josef Eischiel

3
4
Bein Ne’har Prat
Folk
= 120
E Bm Dm
4
4

Bm Am Am E

Fm 1 E 2 Fm E
Bekes Paros
Hungary
= 140
F C Gm F

2
4

F Am Dm F B F

1 2 B F C Gm F
Bela Rada
Srbija
G D7
2
4

G C

D7 C D7 fine

D A7

D G

A7 G A7
Belasicko
Macedonia
A C G7 C C G7
4
4

C C G7 C

C G7 1 C 2 C

B F G C C G7

C F G C

C (4X)
C G7 C Am

G C Am Dm 1 F G Am
D (4X)
2 F G Am G Am

G 1 Am 2 Am

E (4X)
Dm C F

Dm Gm 1 B C Dm 2 B C Dm

F (4X)
C Dm

C 1 Dm 2 Dm
Bele-Bele
L’Amudar
Tradicional (L.larón (Cangas del Narcea))
= 168
2
4

Dicen que en la mar se ajunta


l’agua de todos los ríos,
también se van ajuntando
tus amores y los míos.

Tienes el cuerpo bien hecho


y la ropa te ayuda,
macarenina del alma
viva la presencia tuya.

Menea la ropa negra


y al sastre que la cortó,
tengo al mi amante de luto
antes de morirme yo.

Dentro de mi pecho traigo


una arquita con dos llaves
los secretos de mipecho
nadie en el mundo lo sabe.
Bele-Bele
Trad.
= 168
2
4
Belentines,or. JC.137
Palladines,or. JC.137
England
= 120
As Writ

3 3

3 3
Belev Echad
Israel
= 102
Cm Fm Cm Fm Cm Fm
2
4

Cm Fm Fm B

Cm B Fm Cm B E Fm

Fm Cm Cm Fm

B Fm B Fm B Fm

B Fm Cm B

Fm Cm Fm Cm Fm
Belev Echad
Israel
= 102
Cm Fm Cm Fm Cm Fm
2
4

Cm Fm Fm B

Cm B Fm Cm B E Fm

Fm Cm Cm Fm

B Fm B Fm B Fm

B Fm Cm B

Fm Cm Fm Cm Fm
Belfast

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3
3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3
Belfast

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3
3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3
Belfast Almanac
G D7 C G D7

6
8

G D7 G Am A7 D7 C D7

G G G

C G C G C D7

G G D7 G D7 G C

A7 D7 G D7

G C D7 G
Belfast Hornpipe

3
3

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3
3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3

3
The Belfast Hornpipe
Sweep’s Hornpipe

3
3

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3
3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3
Version of 1st part:

3
Belgian Polka

2
4
Belgian Waltz,1st part. JNu.18
England
= 30
primo
3
8
Belgian Waltz,2nd part. JNu.18
England
= 40
secundo

3
8

Belgian Waltz,bass part. JNu.18


England
= 40
thirdo,read as bass clef
3
8
The Belharbour Hornpipe
3

3 3
3

2 3

3
3

1 3 2
The Belharbour Reel
The Sailor’s Return
The Sailor’s Farewell
The Rough Road
Chris Droney

1 2

1 2

3
Variations:

3
3

3
Believe me if all those endearing young charms
England

3
4
Bell Quick Step,The. CJF.049
England
= 240
2
4
Bell Table

3
4
Bell Table

3
4
Bell’s Favorite Jig

6
8
Bell’s Favourite
D G D A7

6
8

D A7 D G D A7

D D Em

A7 D A7 D

Em A7 D
Bell,The. JC.234
England4
= 120
6
8
Bella Clara Polka. GHW.004
England

2
4

1 2

cr
crs

Belle qui tiens ma vie (*)


Pauane à quatre parties : auec les mesures & battemens du tambour (*)
France
Belle qui tient ma vie
Thoinot Arbeau (France)
= 100
2
2

Belle qui tient ma vie


Captive dans tes yeux
Qui m’a l’âme ravie
D’un souris gracieux
Viens tôt me secourir
Ou me faudra mourir.

Pourquoi fuit-tu mignarde


Si je suis près de toi ?
Quand tes yeux je regarde,
Je me perds dedans, moi,
Car tes perfections
Changent mes actions

Tes beautés et ta grâce


Et tes divins propos
Ont échauffé la glace
Qui me brûlait les os;
Et ont rempli mon coeur
D’une amoureuse ardeur.
Approche donc ma belle
Approche-toi mon bien.
Ne me sois plus rebelle
Puisque mon coeur est tien.
Pour mon mal apaiser
Donne-moi un baiser.

Belledune Quickstep
3

2
4
3
Belles of Tipperary Reel

2
4
The Belles of Tipperary

3
The Belles of Tipperary
The New Policeman

variations
The Belles of Tipperary
The New Policeman
The Bells of Tipperary

variations
Bellisle March. BC.38
Monk’s March,aka. BC.38
England
= 100

3 3

tr

cr

3 3
Bellisle March. BC.38
Monk’s March,aka. BC.38
England
= 100

3 3

tr

cr

3 3
The Belltable

3
4

1 2
Belvidere Hornpipe

2
4
Ben Hill
3

1
3

1 2
Ben Lennon’s
3
4
4
Ben Lowrey’s Reel

2
4
Berehaven
Finbar Dwyer

4
4

3
Berehom, Berehom, Berezhynoyu

6
8

Bergère de Coulandon
Trad. (France)

2
4
Bergamasco e Tresca
R. Tesi: Il ballo dela lepre 8e+f
ABCD -ABCD - Tresca

2
4

1 2

1 2

1 2
1

2 Tresca
3

Bergers et barons
trad. (France)
= 120
6
8
Bernadette’s reel
Jerry Holland

1 2

2
Bernard’s mazurka
France

3
4

1 2

1 2
Berri,La. CJF.093
La Berri. CJF.093
England
= 100
3

2
4
3 3

3 3

3 3

3 3
3 3

3
3 3
$

3 3 3
3
Berry Dhone (Brown Berry)

3
4
Berry Dhone (Brown Berry)

3
4
Bert Powter’s First Set Tune

2
4
BERWICK JOCKEY
1
3
2

Berwick Lasses (not available here)


England
The Besom in Bloom

6
8

2
Bess Kings Hornpipe

3
2
Bess Kings Jigg

6
4
Bessie’s Haggies
Bessy Bell
= 100
C B C
6
8

B C F

C B C C

B C B

C B C B C

O Bessie Bell and Mary Gray,


They war twa bonnie lasses;
They bigget a bower on yon burn brae,
And theekit it o’er wi’ rashes.
They theekit it o’er w rashes green,
They theekit it o’er w heather;
But the pest cam frae the burrows-town,
And slew them baith thegither.
They thought to lye in Methven kirk yard,
Amang their noble kin;
But they maun lye in Stronach haugh,
To biek forenent the sin.
And Bessy Bell and Mary Gray,
Tney war twa bonnie lasses;
Tney bigget a bower on yon burn brae,
And theekit it o’er wi’ rashes.

Bessy Bell and Marry Gray

6
8
Bessy the Beauty of Rossnure Hill

3
Betsy Baker. GS.105
Push About The Jorum,aka. GS.105
England
= 300
2
4
Betty Blue. JB.29
England
= 150
4
4
Betty Brown. JC.040
England
= 120

Song text exists. See Deacon.

Betty can Drink no Water

3
4
Betty can Drink no Water. JWDM.20
England
= 150
3
4
Betty Gluaistean
Niall Vallely

6
8

1 2
Betty Gluaistean
Niall Vallely

6
8

1 2
Betty Lou’s Reel
Donald Angus Beaton

4
4

3
3
2

1 2

3 3
Beväringsmarsch från Härjedalen
Sweden

4
4

1 2

1 2

Oktavstämma

4
4
1 2

1 2
Beyond Ballybay
Ed Reavy

6
8

1 2

2
Tommy Bhetty’s

3
4
Bibbeletanz
Alsace - Elsass
= 130 3
2
4

3
Bicak
AA BB AB CC DD EE FF GG HH IA BB Bulgaria
A C7 F B C F

B B C7 F C7 F

B C7 F C7 F

C C7 F C7 F

C7 F C7 F

D
D drone

E Gm Cm Gm Cm D7
Gm Cm Gm D7 Gm F Gm Cm Gm

Gm Cm Gm Gm Cm Gm

Gm Cm Gm G Cm Gm Cm Gm

Cm Gm Cm Cm Gm Dm Gm Cm Gm

Gm Cm Gm Gm H Gm Cm Gm Gm

Gm Cm Gm Gm Gm Cm Gm Gm

Gm Cm Gm Gm I da Capo
Bicak
AA BB AB CC DD EE FF GG HH IA BB Bulgaria
A C7 F B C F

B B C7 F 1 C7 F

2 C7 F C C7 F

1 C7 F 2 C7 F

D D drone 1

E
2 Gm Cm Gm 1 Cm D7

2 D7 Gm F Gm Cm Gm
1 Gm Cm Gm 2 Gm Cm Gm

G
Cm Gm Cm Gm 1 Cm Gm Cm Cm Gm

H
2 Gm Cm Gm Gm Gm Cm Gm Gm

1 Gm Cm Gm Gm

2 Gm Cm Gm Gm I da Capo
Biddy Maloney

6
8

1 2

1 2
1 2

Biddy Martin’s

2
4
Biddy Martin’s

2
4
Biddy The Bowl Wife
A A A A
6
8

D E7 A A

A E7 A B A

D A E7

A D A E7 A
Bide Ye Yet

6
8
Bielo Litza Kruglolitza
ABA Russia
= 96
A Cm G Cm

4
4

F Cm G

Cm G Cm B

G Cm

Fm Cm

G Cm Dm Cm
Bien sé que cortexes a una (CT 338)
Tradicional (Avilés)
= 88
6
8

1 2

Bien sé que cortexes una,


chinchirinchín,
más abaxo de mi casa;
tambirulé, con el tambirulá,
chinchirinchín, olé y olá,
más guapa que yo seralo,
chinchirinchín,
pero no de tanta gracia.
tambirulé, con el tambirulá,
chinchirinchín, olé y olá,
Big Bowwow
tr
6
8
Big Bowwow.

6
8
Big Corral
A
A A A
4
4

E7 A A D E7

A B A A A

E7 A A D E7 A
Big John McNeil
Trad
= 200
2
4

final
Big John McNeil
Trad.

4
4

1 3 2 3

1 2
Big John McNeil
Trad

2
4

3
Big John McNeil
Lord Ramsey’s Reel
John McNeil’s Reel
Peter Milne (1824-1908)

1 2

1 2
The Big Leap
Larry Redican

variations
The Big Leap
Larry Redican’s
Larry Redican (1908-1975)

variations
Big Pat’s Reel

1 2

2
Big Pats

4
4

1 2

1 2
Big Reel of Ballynacally
= 230
4
4

1 2

1 2
The Big Reel of Ballynacally
Ríl Mhór
The Big Reel
Big Willie’s Wedding
Ed Reavy

4
4

3
The Bigamist
Henrik Norbeck

6
8

1 2

1 2
Bigordino
La Piva dal Carnèr: La pegra 2b

6
8

Bile Krylo
Ukraine

2
4
Bill Charlton’s Fancy
A G G
6
8

D D D D7

G G G

C C G D7

G B
C C G D7

G C

C C

G D7 G
Bill Cheetham
A D
4
4

D E7 A A

D E7 A A D

E A A D

A E7 A D

E A A D E A
Bill Cheetham
via PR
= 200
A D
4
4

E7 A

D E7 A D

E A D

A E7 A D

E A D E A
Bill Cheethams
USA

4
4

3
Bill Collin’s

6
8
Bill Cooper’s Polka

2
4
Bill Hart’s Jig
Trad

6
8
Bill Hart’s Jig

6
8

2
1 2

1 2
Bill Hart’s Jig

6
8

2
Bill Hart’s Jig

6
8

1 2

1 2
Bill Harte’s

6
8
Bill Harte’s Reel

1 2

3
1

3 3 3
2

3
Bill Harte’s Reel

*Variation
Bill Jones. CJF.167
"Rodwell" (England)
= 160

*
Bill McCormick’s

6
8

1 2
Bill Nicholson’s Welcome to the North Shore
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

C
D

2
Bill Nicholson’s Welcome to the North Shore
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

C
D

2
Bill Sullivan’s

2
4
Bill Sullivan’s

2
4

1 2

2 Variations:

1 2
1 2

Bill Sullivan’s Polka


trad.

2
4

1 2
Bill Sullivan’s Polka
Ireland

2
4
Bill Sullivan’s Polka
trad.

1 2
Bill’s a Bonny Lad

4
4

Billy Brocker’s

1 2

2
Billy In The Lowground
via PR
= 200
C Am

4
4

3
C

Am 3 G7 C

Am

Am 3 G7 C
Billy In The Lowground
C Am

4
4

Am C C
3

Am Am G7 C C
3

C G Am

C C G

Am Am G7 C
3
Billy Patterson’s Favourite Jig

6
8

Billy Pit (not available here)


England

Billy Twist (not available here)


England
Billy’s a bonny lad
England

2
4

Billy’s a Bonny Lad. JWDM.01


England
= 200
4
4
Billy’s Forty Footer

4
4
Tom Billy’s

6
8
Tom Billy’s

6
8
Bimid ag ol is a’ pogadh na mban

6
8
Bimid ag ol is a’ pogadh na mban

6
8
Bimis ag Ól’s ag Pógadh na mBan

6
8
Bimíd ag Ól

6
8

1 2

3 3

1 2
Binnorie
= 100
4
4

There lived twa sisters in yonder ha’


Binnorie, o an’ Binnorie,
They hid bit ae lad atween them twa,
He’s the bonnie miller lad o Binnorie.

It fell aince upon a day


That the auldest ane to the youngest did say
At the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

O sister O sister will ye gang to the brooms,


An hear the little blackbirdie changing its tunes
At the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

O sister O sister will ye gang to the dams


An see your father’s fish boats safe on dry land
An see the mullart lad o Binnorie.

They hidna been half an hour at the brooms


Till they thrice heard the blackbirdie changing its tunes
At the bonnie mull dams O Binnorie.
They hidna been an hour at the dams
Till they saw their father’s fish boats safe on dry land
But they sawna the bonnie mullart laddie.

The youngest ane she stood on a stane


The aulest ane dung the youngest in
To the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

She swam up an she swam down


Till she swam back tull her sister again
In the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

Sister O Sister will ye reach me yere glove


An I’II make you heir o my true love
The bonnie mullart lad O Rinorie.

It wisna for that, that I dang ye in,


It’s because ye are fair an I am din*
An ye’ll droon in the dams o Binnorie.

Oot cam the aul’ mullart’s daughter to the dams


For water tae wash her father’s hands
Fae the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

O father O father go a-fishing your dams


For there’s either a mermaid or a milk-white swan
In the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

They socht up an they socht down


But they got naething but a droon’d woman
In the bonnie mull dams O Binnorie.

Some o them kent her by her skin so fair


But weel kent the millart by her bonnie yellow hair
She’s the millart’s bonnie lass o Binnorie.
Some o them kent her by her goon o silk
But the millart laddie kent her by her middle so jimp
’Twas his ain bonnie lass o Binnorie.

Mony a ane was at her oot takin


An mony ane mair at her green grave makin
At the bonnie mull dams o Binnorie.

Biodag Dho’ill-IC Alasdair


Glengarry’s Dirk
A F m C m7 D

A F m Bm E7

A F m7

Bm E7 A

F m7 Bm A E7 A E7 D E7
Biondiana,La. CJF.094
La Biondiana. CJF.094
England
= 100
p
6
8

cres

p
Bird in a Cage
= 100 3

4
4
3

As I went out one May morning


To hear the birds sing sweet
I leaned my back to a garden wall
And watched two lovers meet

You courted me was what she said


You got me to comply
You courted me with a merry mood
All night with you to lie

And when your heart was mine false love


And your head lay on my breast
You could make me believe by the fall of your arm
That the sun rose in the west

I wish your breast was made of glass


That all in it might behold
I’d write our secret on your heart
In letters made of gold
My parents they have brought me up
Like a small bird in a cage
And now I am in child by you
Not fifteen years of age

There’s many a girl can go about


And hear the birds so sweet
While I poor girl must stop at home
And rock the cradle and weep

Rock the cradle o’er and o’er


And sing sweet lullaby
Was ever there a poor young girl
So crossed in love as I

There’s many a star shall fade in the west


There’s many a leaf shall blow
There’s many a curse shall light on a man
For treating a poor girl so

Go down in your father’s garden love


Sit down and cry your fill
And when you think on what you done
You’ll blame your own good will
Bird in the Bush
Bird in the Bush
The Bird in the Bush
The Bird in the Bush
Bird Polka. GHW.009
England
= 220

2
4

d2EF in ms
The Bird’s Nest
Cape Breton

1 2

2
Birds are singing sweet my Love,The. CJF.035
No. 5. CJF.035
J Braham (England)
= 110
$p
6
8

ff
$DC

Birks of Abergeldie

tr
The Birks of Invermay
Scotland

4
4
The Birks of Invermay
Scotland

4
4
The Birks of Invermay
Scotland

4
4
The Birks of Invermay
Scotland

4
4
Birmingham
Birmingham Hornpipe

4
4
Bisagna
La Ciapa Rusa: ten .. 1b

6
8

Bisdot Bet Lechem


= 100
Cm Gm Cm Gm
3
2
4

Cm Fm

Cm

1 2
Biserka
Srbija
Gm D Gm

3
8

Cm D Gm

Cm Gm D Gm fine B

F7 B E F7

B 1 Gm D

Gm D Gm 2 Gm

D Cm
Gm D Gm Gm Cm

Gm Gm Cm D7 Gm

Am E Am

Dm E Am

Dm Am E

Am C G7 C F

G7 C
1 Am

E Am E
Am 2 Am E

Dm Am E Am Am

Dm Am

Am Dm E7 Am fine
Bishop’s Jig

6
8

1 2
Bitola, Moj Roden Kraj
= 120
I
C G7 C G7 C G7
7
8

A
C F C G7 C C G7 C

G7 C G7 C F C G7

C B F G G7

C G G7 C G7

C
1 C 2 C C

F G7 1 C 2 C
Björndans
Sweden

4
4
Björndans
Sweden

4
4
Björndans fr Ore
Sweden
Voice 1
3
4

Voice II
Black and Tan Polka. GHW.019
England
= 100
2
4
The Black and the Grey
Trad

6
8
Black Boy
A E A E A A B

2
4

E B E A D

E A F m Bm E

Bm E A D

6
8

A D E A

D A D A

D D Em

D A D Bm
Em A D A D
Black Boy. ASH.01
England
= 200

2
4

6
8
Black Ewe,The. HA09
= 100
4
4
Black Ey’d Susan. JC.192
words,John Gay,tune, R Leveridge (England)
= 80 tr
3
4

tr tr

tr tr

tr

tr

Song text exists. See Deacon.


Black Ey’d Susan. JC.215
words,John Gay,tune, R Leveridge (England215)
= 80 tr
3
4

tr

tr tr

tr

tr

tr
tr

Song text exists. See Deacon.

Black Jack

6
8
Black Jack. HSJJ.166
England
= 110
6
8
Black Jack. HSJJ.166
England
= 110
6
8
Black Jock

6
8
Black Joke
= 120
6
8
Black Joke with Variations
England

6
8
3

3
3

3
3
Black Joke. WM.029
England
= 120
6
8
Black Joke. WM029
England

6
8
Black Mares Antic,The. HA07

6
4

BLACK MARY’S HORNPIPE

3
2
Black Mary’s Hornpipe

3
2
Black Mill
Black Mountain
Larry Mallette

6
8
Black Mountain Reel
bA
A A D
4
4

Bm E A

A D E A bB1 A

bC
E A A A D

A A E A

A D A
E

Black Nag
Traditionnel
Am G C G C G

6
8

1 Am 2 Am Em

Am

Em G C G Am
Black Nag

6
8
Black Os - bourree
Patrick Bouffard

3
8
Black Pat’s
Tommy Peoples

3
3
Black Pat’s
Tommy Peoples

3
1 2
3
The Black Robe

6
8
Black Rogue

6
8
The Black Rogue

6
8

Version 2:
The Black Rogue

6
8
The Black Rogue

6
8
Black Swan

4
4
3

3 3

3 3

3 3
Black Tulip Hornpipe
G D
2
2

G D

G D

C D G D

G D G

D G

C D G
BLACK’S HORNPIPE
1
3
2

Black’s Hornpipe (not available here)


England
Black-Eyed Lassie Reel

4
4
Blackamoors Dance

2
4

Blackamoors Dance. JWDM.40


England
= 320
2
4

*
Blackberry Blossom

4
4

2
Blackberry Blossom
Blackberry Blossom
= 200

4
4

2
The Blackberry Blossom
The Blackberry Blossom
The Blackberry Blossom

1 2
The Blackberry Blossom

1 2
The Blackberry Blossom

1 2
Blackberry Quadrille

6
8
Blackberry Quadrille
A D D A7

6
8

D A7 D D A7

D B D A7 D Em A7

D G D A7

D G A7 D
Blackbird
Blackbird

3
Blackbird

2
4
Blackbird
Blackbird

3
Blackbird

2
4
Blackbird

3
The Blackbird

1 2
3 3
3 3
2 2

3
2

1
3
3
2
3
2 variations
3
3
2

1
3
3
2

3
2
3 3

3
2
3
3
1 2
3 3
2 2

The Blackbird
3
The Blackbird

3
The Blackbird

3
The Blackbird
= 320
2
4
3

1 2

3
1 2
3

The Blackbird

3
Blackett o’ Wylam
Trad

6
8

The Blackhaired Lass


The Dark Haired Lass

3
BlackJoak

6
8
Blacksmith’s Fancy

2
2
Blackthorn Bush
= 200
4
4
Blackthorn Stick

6
8
Blackthorn Stick

6
8

2
Blackthorn Stick

6
8
Blackthorn Stick

6
8

2
Blackthorn Stick

6
8
The Blackthorn Stick

6
8
The Blackthorn Stick

6
8
The Blackthorn

3
Blackthorne Stick
A G C G C G D7
6
8

G D7 G C G C

G D7 G B G

G G C Am D7

G C G C G D7 G
Blackthorne Stick
Kevin Briggs, via EF
G C G C G D7
6
8

G D7 G C G C

G D7 G

C Am D7

G C G C G D7 G
Bladon Races
= 120
4
4
Blaenwern
G C/g G G/d D Em G/b

3
4

C G D/a A D G C

G G/d D Em d G C C

G/d D G G D/f+ Em Em/d C G/d D

G G/b D/a G D/f+ Em D/a A D

C Am G/b G D/f+ G G/d D

G/b D/a G C/e C G/d D G


Blanchard’s Hornpipe. WM.044
Egg Hornpipe,aka. WM.044
Peckhover Walk Hornpipe,aka. WM.044
England
= 180

4
4

Bar 3 of the B strain is reconstructed ,being absent from MS. |]


Blanchard’s Hornpipe. WM044
Egg Hornpipe. WM044
Peckhover Walk Hornpipe. WM044
England
= 200

4
4

?
Blanchland Races
Trad
Blanchland Races. JMT.068
Timour The Tartar. JMT.068
England
Blanchland Races. JMT068
Timour The Tartar. JMT068
England
Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
Blarney Pilgrim
Alistair Anderson, via EF

6
8
Blarney Pilgrim
AABBCC
A G C G C

6
8

Am D7 G C G C

D7 B G Am Em

G C D7 G

Am Em Em Em

C D Em D G C

Am D7 D Em
D G C D7

Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
The Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
The Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
The Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
The Blarney Pilgrim
G D G

6
8

C G D

G C D G

C G D

G Am C D G

D G

Am D

G C G
The Blarney Pilgrim

6
8
The Blarney Pilgrim
Ireland

6
8
A Blast of Wind

9
8
Blathrie o’t, the

tr tr

tr
Blaw the Wind Southerly
Trad

3
4
Blaydon Races
D D A7
6
8

D D7 G D E7

A7 D D A7

D D7 G D A7

D D A7/e D/f+ G E7/g+ A7

D D7/c G/b A7/c+ D D/f+ G E7/g+

A A7/g D/f+ G D/f+ G E7/g+ A7

D D7/c G/b A7/c+ D B7/f+ Em A7 D


The Blazing Comet
England
D G A D
6
8

Em A D G A

Em D A D D A

G D D A Em A

Em F m G D Em A D
Blew Bell Hornpipe

3
2
Blew Cap
= 110
6
8
Blickling Races. GS.094
Timour The Tartar,aka. GS.094
Blanchard Races,aka. GS.094
England
= 200

2
2

pause

DC
Blind Man’s Reel
Trad.

3
4
4

1 2

1 2
Blind Mary

2
4
Blind Mary
O’Carolan

2
4
Blind Mary
Turlough O’Carolan (1670-1738)

2
4
Blink o’er the burn,my sweet laddie. CJF.033
No.1. CJF.033
J Smith (England)
= 120
p $
6
8

ff

D.C. dol.
$

Blockers
Sean Ryan

4
4
The Blockers
Sean Ryan’s Reel
Sean Ryan

1 2

1 2
Blockstugevalsen
Henrik Norbeck
= 170
3
4
Blodau’r Drain
AAB
A Am Am/c Dm E7
3
4

Am Dm/a Am E7 Am/e E7 B

Am G/b C F/c C G/b Am

G7/b C G7

C G Am

E7 Am Dm E7 Am
Bloom of Youth
The Bloom of Youth

1 2
Blooming Meadows

6
8

1
2
Blooming Meadows

6
8

1
2
Blooming Meadows

6
8

2
Blooming Meadows Jig

6
8
The Blooming Meadows
The Lark on the Strand
The Primrose Glen

6
8

1 2

1 2 Variations:
1

1 2
The Blooming Meadows

6
8

2
1 2
The Blooming Meadows
The Lark on the Strand

6
8

1 2

1 2 Variations:

1
2

1 2
Blow the Candles Out
= 120
4
4

When I was apprenticed in London, I went to see my dear


The candles all were burning, the moon shone bright and clear
I knocked upon her window to ease her out of her pain
She rose up to let me in, then barred the door again

I like well your behavior and this I often say


I cannot rest contented when I am far away
The roads they are so muddy, we cannot walk about
So roll me in your arms, Love, and blow the candles out

Your father and your mother in yonder room do lie


A-hugging one another, so why not you and I?
A-hugging one another, without a fear or doubt
So roll me in your arms, Love, and blow the candles out
I pray thee speak more softly of what we have to do
Lest that our noise of talking should make our pleasure rue
The streets they are so nigh, Love, the people walk about
They may peep in and spy, Love, so blow the candles out

And if we prove successful, Love, please name it after me


Treat it neat and kiss it sweet and daft it on your knee
When my three years are over, my time it will be out
And I will pay my debt to you by blowing the candles out
Blow the Wind Southerly
AAB
A D D G D

3
4

D D Em A D

B
D A Bm A7

D A E7 A G

D A D

D Em A7 D
Blow the Wind Southerly
= 80
6
8

Chorus:
Blow the wind southerly, southerly, southerly
Blow the wind south o’er the bonnie blue sea;
Blow the wind southerly, southerly, southerly
Blow, bonnie breeze, my lover to me.

They told me last night there were ships in the offing


And I hurried down to the deep rolling sea;
But my eye could not see it wherever might be it
The bark that is bearing my lover to me.

So,
Chorus
Blow The Wind Southerly. JMT.031
England
= 100
6
8
Blow The Wind Southerly. JMT031
England
= 100
6
8
Blow Zabella

6
8

1 2

1 2

2
Blowzabella. HSJJ.115
England

6
8
Blowzabella. HSJJ.115
England

6
8

Blue And Buff. WM.022


England
= 280
2
4
Blue And Buff. WM022
England
= 280
2
4

Blue Angel
King’s Favourite

6
8
The Blue Angel
The King’s Favourite

6
8
Blue Bell Polka
ABAC
A G G D7

4
4
3
G D7 G G

D7 G B D

D A7 D A7 D

dc C
D A7 D D7

C C G7

G7 C
dc
C G7 C
Blue Bell Waltz
Andy De Jarlis

3
4
Blue Bells of Scotland
A segno
4
4

D.S.

Blue Dick

2
2
Blue Dick. BF13.031
England
= 200
2
2

untripleted semi quavers in ms. CGP. |]


Blue Pacific Hornpipe
Ward Allen

2
4
Blue Rhine Waltz. GHW.052
England
= 60
3
4
Blue Sausage Island
Bluesaussis
Cliff Stapleton
= 200
Dm Am Dm Am Dm

Am Dm Am Dm

Am Dm Dm Dm

Am Dm

Am Dm Am

Dm F 1 Dm Am 2 Dm Am