|Title|| Paganini Hornpipe. JNu.04|
Soldier's Joy-(ish),aka. JNu.04
|Bibliography||Village Music project, Nuttall, James|
|Notes|| Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840), the great violin virtuoso,was not averse|
to folk tunes, often using them as the basis for his own work.This
not necessarily mean he wrote this one,although since it seems to be a
variation on Soldiers Joy and Paganini really really liked doing
variations ..... His contemporary the Scandinavian violinist Ole Bull
was also keen on folk tunes,so much so that he even learnt to play
Hardanger Fiddle..CGP.. Rebeamed from pairs of qu's to fours..CGP
|Source||James Nuttall MS,c1830?,Rossendale,East Lancs.|
|Transcriber||vmp.Manchester Morris Men|
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