21 morris tunes from Ilmington & elsewhere

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Statementcompiled by Peter S. Cripps.
ContributionsCripps, Peter S., 1940-
LC ClassificationsGV1796.M7
The Physical Object
Number of Pages16
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Open LibraryOL15350723M
ISBN 100951474316

Download 21 morris tunes from Ilmington & elsewhere

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Cotswold morris tunes are   learned the Ilmington tunes from a village pipe-and-tabor player named Thomas Arthur. He also learned Bampton morris tunes from Edward Butler (an occasional musician for the Bampton side), and following the split in the late ’s when Wells started a new side, Bennett sometimes played for the old Bampton side.

Bennett became Bradtke MorrisTunes   seek out people who could teach him tunes. The local pipe and tabor player taught him the Ilmington morris tunes,2 and Bennett also learned the Bampton morris tunes from an itinerant Oxfordshire fiddle player. Bennett became an active member of the Ilmington morris dancers in the revival and   tunes In addition, there is archival evidence that Ferris was in contact with elderly Bidford morris dancers who had ceased performing decades earlier.

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