30 English Country Dances for soprano and alto recorders
from: English Country Dances (17th-18th cent.)
As published by the Playford family between 1651 and 1728. Includes: Marriage-hater (or The intreagues of the town), The Siege of Limerick, Sancho Pancho, Rockingham Castle, I often for my Jennie strove, The Cornish Squire, The Geud Man of Ballangigh: To a New Scotch Jigg, Edinburgh Castle [#1], (or The Trip to the Jubilee, as ‘tis danc’d at the Play-house), Newmarket, Argeers, Lady of Pleasure, Hit or miss, Woolly and Georgey (with varied reprises), Mother Brown’s Cat, Well’s Humour, Whitehall Minuet, My Lady Foster’s delight, Spring Garden, Cary’s maggot, The Colonel’s health, Pell-mell, The King’s Jig, (or Winchester Wedding), Well Hall, Blue Petticoats (or Green Garters), Antick Dance, Catching of Fleas, The last new Rigaudon (or Rigaudon), and Daphne. Revised April 4, 2014, April 18, 2014, and then again May 12, 2018.
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