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Here's what Simpson says about Princess Royal in The British Broadside ballads and their Music: This air, entitled 'Iantha' is included among "Th Tunes of the French Dances", a supplement to the third edition of 'The Dancing master', c.1662, N. 28. It is not in the 1669 supplement but is found twice in 'Apollo's Banquet', 1670, No. 176, 'Ianythae' and No.200 "La Princess Royale" and continues under the latter title in subsequent editions of that work

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Simpson (BBBM)

Pete Stewart tradtunes 2003-1-5

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X: 1
T:Ianthe (Princess Royal)
M:4/4
L:1/4
S:Simpson (BBBM)
N:Here's what Simpson says about Princess Royal in The British Broadside ballads and their Music:
N:This air, entitled 'Iantha' is included among  "Th Tunes of the French Dances", a supplement
N:to the third edition of 'The Dancing master', c.1662, N. 28. It is not in the 1669 supplement
N:but is found twice in 'Apollo's Banquet', 1670, No. 176, 'Ianythae' and No.200 "La Princess
N:Royale" and continues under the latter title in subsequent editions of that work
S:Pete Stewart  tradtunes 2003-1-5
K:GMin
B/A/ | Ggg>^f | g3 g/a/ | bff>_e | dBBc/d/ | _e/d/c/B/ B>A | A3 :|
a | b>d d3/4f/4 e3/4g/4 | f2e>f | d>_e c>B | B3 B/A/ | Gcc>b | c3 f/_e/ | db^f>g | g3 :|

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