This is the non-traditional tune used by Thames Valley Morris Men for the dance Constant Billy from the village of Sherborne. The tune was penned by their late musician John Glaister. It is played here with only two B parts but it meeds 4 for the dance.
Played in A Minor on my Erica which I fitted with Cagnoni Italian Reeds, it is tuned dry and has no thirds in the chords.
T:Constant Billy - Sherborne
|: A2 e cAc | B2 d GAB |c2 A A2 G |A3 A3:||
|: ag^f edc | g^fe dcB | cde g^fe | dcB A3 :||