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Notes

Almost the same as "A la Mode de France"

Source

(1st/2)

Playford

History

the Queen's majesty, who is exceedingly pleased therewith".

much dancing of country dances in the privy chamber at Nonesuch,

son-in-law of the Earl of Arundel, and it was reported that "there is

life, Elizabeth I visited Nonesuch, as a guest of Lord Lumley,

most ostentatious hunting lodge ever made. At the very end of her

of the village of Cuddington, near Epsom Wells in Sussex, to be the

Nonesuch was built in 1538 by Henry VIII over the demolished property

much dancing of country dances in the privy chamber at Nonesuch, before

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X:47
T:Nonesuch
M:C|
L:1/4
Q:120
B:The Round Band Book of Playford
N:Almost the same as "A la Mode de France"
K:C
a |\
"Dm"af ga | "Dm"fe/2f/2 da | "Dm"af ga | "Dm"f2 fa |\
"F"af ga | "Dm"fe/2f/2 da | "F"af ga | "Dm"f2 de ||
"C"ec de | "Dm"fe/2f/2 de | "Am"ec de | "Dm"f2 de |\
"Am"ec de | "Dm"fe/2f/2 de | "Am"ec de | "Dm"f2 d |]

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