|X number ||54|
|Title ||All on the Tongo Island. GS.054, King of the Cannnibal Islands,aka. GS.054, Nottingham Swing,aka. GS.054|
|Bibliography ||Village Music project, Spencer, George|
|Notes ||CGP.I have difficulty quite often in assigning a "Rhythm" to a tune,, and they end up as "miscellaneous" as in this case. The problem here is, that the tune is not used for a jig or a quadrille dance nowadays (if, ever) but is very strongly associated with the dance "Nottingham, Swing",a hop-step dance usually done to Schottisches or Spotty, Hornpipes eg Keel Row, Nae guid Luck(!a 6/8 tune).|
|Rhythm ||.Jig,See Notes|
|Source ||George Spencer m/s, Leeds,1831|
|Transcriber ||vmp.Cherri Graebe|
|Body ||G | e2d c2 B | "qu"c2 A G2 E | (FE) F D2 F | E2FG2c |!|
A2Fc2A | A2Fc2c |(Bc)d G2B | c3 H c2||!
d | e2ee2d | e2ee2d | e2ef2e | d2dd2B |!
c2cc2B | c2cc2B | c2 A d2 c | B2A G2 B ||!
ccc (BA)G | A2Bc2B | ccc BAG | A2Bc2^c |!
d2^cd2c | d2d (de) ^f | g2G GAB | c3 c2 |]