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Lost Farm medleys well with Wagner Girls Waltz - MIDI Love Song by Mr.
Howard, from the Gentlemen's Magazine 1743 - setting for harpsichord or pianoforte - MIDI Lyon's Favourite - American 6/8 fife march, for Matthew Lyon, former Green Mountain Boy, US Representative to Congress from Vermont and Kentucky, and participant in the first duel fought on the floor of the House of Representatives - MIDI Mac Allistrum's March - Irish / Scottish March (funeral march for Alisdair Mac Allistrum, a Scot killed while fighting against English Parliamentarian forces under Lord Inchequin in Ireland in the 1600's) MIDI Maggie in the Woods - Irish polka - MIDI Maid Behind the Bar - Irish Reel, and a good session tune - MIDI Malbrouk, French - 1722, also popular in colonial America and used by Beethoven in Wellington's Victory - - MIDI Masters in This Hall (Master in the Hall) Christmas Carol - see Female Sayler Maroon Bells - Contemporary American fast reel in Dm, by Rick Wagner - MIDI Maroon Bells in E Minor - Same reel in dulcimer friendly key of Em, by Rick Wagner - MIDI Marquis of Huntley's Favourite Strathspey - Scottish, a William Marshall strathspey in Gminor, the original fiddle key - late 1700's MIDI Mary Gray- 18th Century Scottish short reel - MIDI Merry Men - 18th Century jig and 6/8 fife march, "Merry Men Home from the Grave" - MIDI Merrily Kiss the Quaker's Wife - Irish jig, three part double jig, in G - MIDI (The) Mill, Scottish Air, Robt.
from the Petrie Collection ca 1840 - MIDI Kitty Magee- Traditional Irish Jig, the ancient and perhaps the oldest known version - MIDI Knives and Forks - a cute little Playford English Country Dance tune in G - MIDI Korobushka - Russian folk tune in Am, open to variations - MIDI Lady Frances Scot's Reel, Scottish - by Daniel Dow (actually more a 6/8 march) - MIDI Lakes of Pontchartrain - American song of the New Orleans area, with Irish connections - MIDI Lamb Skinnet - Scottish - 6/8 dance jig in A major - MIDI Lament for Charles Mac Cabe, by Irish harper Turlogh O'Carolan MIDI - multitrack Lanagan's Ball - Irish jig, without the lyrics MIDI Landlady of France - English and American, multi-titled tune and song, with lyrics - MIDI Lark in the Morning - Irish Double jig in E minor - Dorian - MIDI Lass of Patie's Mill - Scottish / English 18th Century MIDI Lawyers' Lamentation on the Tearing Down of Charing Cross - History Article- Prince Rupert's March - MIDI Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent - French melody, Picardy - English Hymn - MIDI Lumps of Pudding - Finale from the Beggar's Opera - As an instrumental in A minor - MIDI Little Man and Little Maid - Scots and English, multi-titled tune and song - MIDI Liliburlero - English, 17th century Playford tune and parent of the song - "Nottingham Ale" - MIDI Loch Lavan Castle - Irish reel (and perhaps Scottish also) becoming Americanized MIDI Lord Balgonie's Favorite- 18th Century Scottish air, used by Robert Tanahill for the song "Gloomy Winter's Now Awa'", and used as a piano air in the movie, "The Piano" - MIDI Lord Lovat's Lament- 18th Century Scottish air, later also known as "Lament for the Highland Clearances", with a bass part for bass, cello, harp or piano accompaniment - MIDI Lord Rollo's March- 18th Century Scottish march, withharmonies and a bass part for cello or piano (treble clef bass line) - MIDI Lost Farm Waltz - Contemporary American - a very nice waltz by Rick Wagner ..............................(However, it just might have been composed for an English ballad opera.) MIDI Irish Washer Woman, Murphy's - Irish jig, with a bass line - version from Murphy's Collection of 1809, with some more modern parody lyrics MIDI Jackson's Morning Brush - 18th century Irish jig, by Walker Jackson, the "piping rector".Popular in early America - With a bass part - MIDI James Betagh-Jig - Irish jig by O'Carolan, somewhat complicated, also known as "Jig to the Above" or "Jig to Ditto" because in Carolan printed collections it follws another James Betagh tune - PDF - MIDI Jefferson and Liberty - American jig, two settings with different chords MIDI Jenny Dang the Weaver, Scottish reel, 18th Century - MIDI Jenny Lind Polka - American - after the "Swedish Nightengale" and P. Barnum's Jenny Lind tour in the early 1800's MIDI Johnny Cope - Scottish, song, from the (short) Battle of Prestonpans in 1745 MIDI John Ryan's Polka - Irish Polka, with piano accompaniment staves MIDI Joy to the Person of My Love - Scottish love song from about 1625. The title and melody might make it a nice wedding piece, but the lyrics are of unrequited love.Plays like a 16 bar jig with three extra variations - MIDI Farewell to Whiskey - Scottish - Niel Gow's lament, now often played as a reel MIDI Faronell's Ground, Three of the Playford variations on Faronell's ground - 17th Century - MIDI Father O'Flynn - Irish jig, a/k/a Top of Cork Road with piano accompaniment MIDI Father O'Flynn - Irish jig, a/k/a Top of Cork Road, straight lead sheet with chords MIDI Female Sayler - French/English from the early 1700s, also a mid-1800s Christmas carol "Masters in This Hall", set in Am as an English country dance - MIDI Fenian Stronghold - Irish, traditional, compare to Avenging and Bright - old version in flat keys - MIDI Fenian Stronghold - Irish, traditional, dulcimer friendly keys - MIDI Fiddler's Dram - American and elswhere, 16 bar reel MIDI A Fig for a Kiss, A very nice 9/8 in E minor from England, Scotland and Ireland - MIDI Firth of Cromartie, John & Andrew Gow, Scottish, 18th Century - MIDI Fishar's Minuet II, A duet minuet by the author of Fishar's Hornpipe - 18th Century - MIDI Gaelic Air, a Highland air collected by P.Mac Donald in the 1700's, recorded by Alisdair Fraser - MIDI Galopede, a 40 bar dance tune, played AABBC which can be made into 32 bars as AABC - two parts - MIDI Garth's Fireside Reel, R.