A traditional dance tune from South West France. X:381 T:Branle de Rat K:G M:4/4 L:1/8 B2 B2 B2 AB|c2 B2 A4|A2 A2 A2 GA|G2 A2 B2 G2| B2 B2 B2 AB|c2 B2 A4|d2 d2 d2 cc|B2 A2 G4|| [M:6/8]B2 G B2 G|DEF E2 D|B2 G B2 G|DEF G3:|
Got this from a rendition by my chum Pikey.It is a Australian tune. It's played on a £14 child's melodeon from Hawkin's Bazaar. X:380 T:Cunamulla Stockmans Jig M:6/8 L:1/8 K:D dcB A2 F|GFE FGA|dcB A2 F|GFE D3:|| E2 E E2 F|GAG F2 D|E2 E E2 F|GFE D3:||
I heard this played at the excellent Saturday Folk Club in Lewes recently and liked it. X:1 T:Heel and Toe Polka M:4/4 L:1/8 K:G B2 B2 AG G2|FGAB d^c =c2|c2 c2 BA A2|GFEF ED D2| B2 B2 AG G2|FGAB d^c =c2|c2 c2 BA A2|GFEF G2 G2|| [K:Em]BEBE BE E2|GE E/F/G/E/ FB, B,2|BEBE BE E2|GGFG/F/ E2 E2| BEBE BE E2|GE E/F/G/E/ FB, B,2|BEBE BE E2|GGFG/F/ E2 E2|| [K:G]D2 GA B2 B>c|dBGA B2 B>d|cc A>c BB G>B|AEFG AFED| D2 GA B2 B>c|dBGA B2 B>d|cc A>c BB G>B|AEFD G2 G2||
A mazurka from the Auvergne. It is played with (hopefully) a mazurka rhythm in the A part and a waltz rhythm in the B part as it is danced in the Auvergne.
I have played this previously under a different name and in a different style - Lumpy Custard. X:325 T:Auvergne Mazurka M:3/4 L:1/8 K:D A2 dc d2|A2 fe f2|gf ed cd|ed cB A2| A2 dc d2|A2 fe f2|gf ed ce|1 e2 d2 z2:|2 e2 d2 fg|| a2 ab ag|f2 d2 ef|g2 ga gf|e4 fg|a2 ab ag|f2 d2 ef| gf ed ce|1 e2 d2 fg:|2 e2 d2 z2||