Buttrey Manuscript – Index 3

Buttrey Pg 6 Forsts 184-287

No. Tune Name

Buttrey Manuscript (#184 – #187)

Buttrey Melody 184- 187

184 A Slow March 2/2 D
184_SLOW_MARCH_-_In_D
 – Ian Bell Ont. Trad. Lib.   Sound file
185 A Slow March 4/4 D
186 A Slow March 2/2 D
187 A Slow March 4/4 D

Buttrey Manuscript (#187 – #190)

buttrey melody 187-190 sc

188 Bunkers Hill A Slow March 4/4 G
189 Prince Lonerians March 2/2 G
190 A March in the Battle of Preague 2/2 D (Prague)
Carroll – K. Purvis

Buttrey Manuscript (#191 – #194)

Buttrey Melody 191- 194

191 A Slow March 2/2 G
192 The London March 2/2 D
Carroll – K. Purvis
193 The Lads of Debibora 6/8 D
194 Lady Caroline Mac hintires Delight 3/8 G  (MacIntyre’s)

Buttrey Manuscript (#195 – #198)

buttrey melody 195-198 sc

195 La Caraman 6/8 G
196 Mr. Jackson’s Delight A Quick Step 6/8 G
197 Stamping Strathspay 4/4 G  (Strathspey)
Aird Vol 2, Stumpey – K. Purvis
198 Ashleys Ride A Quick Step 3/4 D
Carroll – K.Purvis
“Ashley’s Flag” John Rook music manuscript collection (1840, p. 30) – very similar; Philip Astley was one of the remarkable personages of the 18th century, credited with founding the modern circus – tunearch.org

Buttrey Manuscript (#199 – #203)

Buttrey Melody 199- 203

199 La Bell Catharine 2/4 D
“The Muffin Man” – K. Purvis
“Lady Belle Catherine” “Come Let Us Dance and Sing” “Grandmother’s Polka” ‘Inkle and Yarico” “Wedding Day” – flutetunes.com
In “Bride’s Favourite Collection of 200 Select Country Dances, Cotillons” printed by Longman, Lukey & Broderip, London in 1776
200 Cap’t Bynes Quick Step 6/8 G
201 Ranty Tanty 6/8 G
202 Joley Dick the Lamp Litoer 6/8 G  (Lighter)
203 A Quick Step

Buttrey Manuscript (#203 – #207)buttrey melody 203-207 sc

204 John Millards Hornpipe 2/2 G
205 The Farwell A Quick Step 6/8 D
Aird Vol 2 – K. Purvis
206 Chalek Hornpipe 3/2 G
207 The Hapey Meeting 6/8 D  (Happy)

Buttrey Manuscript (#208 – #211)

Buttrey Melody 208- 211

208 Jim’s Hornpipe 2/4 G
209 The Three Captons 6/8 G
“Three Sea Captains” – Village Music Project
210 A Trumpet Air 6/8 G
211 A Quick Step 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#211 – #215)

buttrey melody 211-215 sc

212 Rangers Fancey 6/8 G
“Rangers Frolic”; “Whip Her and Gird Her” – Village Music Project
213 Irish Pelt A Quick Step 6/8G
Aird – K. Purvis
214 Cafseys Irish Gigg 6/8 G
“Casey’s Irish Jig?” – Village Music Project
215 The Cow’s Behind the Haycock 6/8 D

Buttrey Manuscript (#216 – #219)

Buttrey Melody 216- 219

216 Colonal Ston’s Favrit Quick Step 2/4 G  (Favourite)
217 Lord Kelly’s Reel 4/4 G
Aird Vol 1 by Mr. Greg – K. Purvis
218 Quick Step to the Scotch Royals 2/4 D
The 1st or Royal Scots – K. Purvis
219 A Quick Step 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#219 – #223)

Buttrey Melody 219- 223

220 Leaith Harbour A Duble Drag 4/4 G
221 Cupid’s Holliday 6/8 G  (Holiday)
222 Role in the Haycock 6/8 G
222_THE_ROLE_IN_THE_HAYCOCK
A jig or 6/8 march – Ian Bell Ont. Trad. Lib.  –  sound file
223 The Roast Beef of Old England 6/8 D
(Harmony #8)

Buttrey Manuscript (#224 – #228)

Buttrey Melody 224- 228

224 Lady Dondouns 2/2 G
225 A Quick Step 2/4 G
226 A Quick Step 2/4 D
227 Rochester Lafses 3/4 D  (Lasses)
228 The Barley Strow A Quick Step 4/4 G  (Straw)

Buttrey Manuscript (#228 – #232)

Buttrey Melody 228- 232

229 A Quick Step 6/8 D
230 The Drunken Drummer A Quick Step 6/8 G
231 A Quick Step 2/4 D
232 The 10th of June 96 A Quick Step by S,Q 2/4 D

Buttrey Manuscript (#233 – #236)

Buttrey Melody 233- 236

233 A Quick Step 2/2 D
Morpeth Ran – Village Music Project
234 The Weding Day 4/4 G  (Wedding)
235 The Batel A Quick Step 2/2 D
236 A Quick Step by S Qt 2/4 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#236 – #240)

Buttrey Melody 236- 240

237 A Quick Step 6/8 D
238 A Quick Step 2/4 D
239 A Quick Step 6/8D
“Albina” – K. Purvis
“Will the Barber” – Village Music Project
240 A Quick Step 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#241 – #245)

Buttrey Melody 241- 245

241 Chast Diana 6/8 G (Chaste)
Carroll – K.Purvis
242 Patrick O’Neal 6/8 G
“Bung Your Eye” “There Came A Young Man” “The Prayermaster Jig” “Mary The Maid” – Village Music Project
243 A Retreat 3/4 D
244 A Quick Step 2/4 G “McPharsons Lement”
Title added later
245 A Quick Step 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#245 – #250)

Buttrey Melody 245- 250

246 A Quick Step 6/8 G
247 The Girl I Left Behind Me A Favret Irish Quick Step 2/4 G (Favourite)
The Girl I've Left Behind Me - Ken Purivs
“Military Music of the War of 1812” p. 27 Transcription Ken Purvis
This “was one of the most popular British military songs of the Napoleonic Wars. It was almost certainly written in 1758, as the reference to “Brighton Camp” in the second verse of the lyrics indicates, for it was in that year only that this camp on the southern coast of England existed … The song’s most common military usage, however, was as a loth-to-depart, played whenever a regiment left a town in which it had been stationed.” – Mark McDayter, Fort York, Toronto
(video  Drums of the Crown Forces) 
248 The Widow Bewiched in Her Pashon 6/8 G (Bewitched, Passion)
249 A Quick Step 6/8 G
250 Peas A pon Atrenchor 2/4 G (Upon A Trencher)
Carroll, Aird Vol 1 – K. Purvis

Buttrey Manuscript (#251 – #255)

Buttrey Melody 251- 255

251 A Quick Step 6/8 D
252 A Quick Step 6/8 G
253 A Quick Step 6/8 G
254 Drumond Castel 6/8 G
(video  Drums of the Crown Forces) 
255 Lady Ann Hops Strathspey 4/4 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#255 – #260)buttrey melody 255-260 sc

256 I Lost My Love 6/8 G
257 The Poor Solder 6/8 G
“Bob in Bed with Bess” “Jackson’s Shaving Brush” “Garson’s Quadrille” – Village Music Project
258 The Riven’s Rant 4/4 G
259 A Quick Step 6/8 G
Carroll – “Dribs of Brandy”, ‘Tecumseh’ – K. Purvis
260 A Quick Step 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#261 – #265)

Buttrey Melody 261-265

261 The Preest in is Boots A Quick Step 6/8 D (Priest)
I’m willing to bet that in the 4th bar of the 2nd part the two 16th notes were originally 8th notes that have been corrected. – T. Macdonnell
“Parson in His Boots” – Village Music Project
262 A Quick Step 6/8 G
In the 3rd bar of the second part a faded ‘a’ has been replaced by a ‘g’.  – T. Macdonnell
263 Gee O Dobin 6/8 D
Someone has changed the tune. A sharp has been added to the ‘c’ line by the clef to put it in the right key and most of the notes have been touched up with newer ink. – T. Macdonnell
264 A Scotch Reel 2/2 A
265 The Humors of the Fair 2/2 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#266 – #269)buttrey melody 266-269 sc

266 A Quick Step 6/8 G
267 A Quick Step 6/8 D
268 A Quick Step 2/4 G
269 Gordins Cuntrey Dance 2/2 D (Gorden’s Country)

Buttrey Manuscript (#270 – #275)

Buttrey Melody 270-275

270 The Rakes of Mallow A Quick Step 2/4 G
271 The Capton and the Prity Girl of Darbey 2/2 G  (Captain, Pretty, Derby)
(changed from 2/4)
272 The Losette Quick Step 6/8 G
Aird Vol 2 – K. Purvis
273 Long Hose Quick Step 2/2 G
Long Odds” – Village Music Project
274 The Little House Hunder the Hill 4/2 G  (Under)
275 The 16th of May 6/8 G

Buttrey Manuscript (#275 – #279)buttrey melody 275-279 sc

276 The Miners of Wicklow 6/8 D
277 The Bedford Races 4/4 D
278 The Runaway 6/86 G
279 A Quick Step 4/4 G  “Of All the Arts the Wind Can Blow”
Second title added later
“Miss Admiral Gordon’s Strathspey” – Village Music Project

Buttrey Manuscript (#280 – #285)

Buttrey Melody 280-285

280 A Cuntry Dans 2/4 G  (Country)
281 A Quick Step 2/4 G
282 A Quick Step 2/4 G
“Farewell To The Highlands” – title from James Goodman MS, Cork – Village Music Project
283 A Trip to Scotland A Quick Step 6/8 G
“Trip to Oatland” – Village Music Project
284 Dibdin’s Fancey Troop 2/4 D
285 The New Allemond Quick Step 2/4 D

Buttrey Manuscript (#286 – #287)

Buttrey Melody 286-291

286 Farwell Ye Green Fields 6/8 G
(Harmony #42)
287 The Warwickshire Lads & Lafses 6/8G (Lasses)
(Harmony #38)

End of Index # 3

(Melodies 288 – 291 listed at beginning of Index #4)

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