Sailors Hornpipe - Various - The Travel Agents Serenade (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Sep 08,  · Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Sailor's Hornpipe and Fisher's Hornpipe · New Bedford Harbor Sea Chantey Chorus Lovely Ernestina: Songs of the Sea ℗ Whaling City Sound Released on.
  2. "The Sailor's Hornpipe," arranged by Sandra Dackow, is familiar to many listeners through its opening words, "With a yo heave hoand a slap upon the knee," and it is easy to imagine foot stomps and slaps upon the knees of sailors accompanying their singing. This classic hornpipe will help your students with dexterity, playing in the lower.
  3. The Sailor's Hornpipe. Orville will teach this classic tune titled "The Sailor's Hornpipe." This up beat song imitates the life of a sailor and the duties aboard the ship. This lesson provides the perfect opportunity for a beginner player to add a solid song to their repertoire.
  4. Aug 16,  · The Sailor´s Hornpipe - Traditional (XVIII Century) - Early Music in a different way ;) 61, views. When johnny comes marching home again (on organ) - .
  5. Sailor's Hornpipe. A girl dancing the sailor's hornpipe Clipping path for dancer Sailor's Hornpipe. Two dancers doing the sailors hornpipe Isolated on white with a clipping path Sailor's Hornpipe. Sailor Dancer at the Balmoral Highland Games Sailor's Hornpipe. Sailor Dancer at the Balmoral Highland Games Sailor's Hornpipe. Winner at the Balmoral Highland Games Sailor's dance the bullseye.
  6. The Sailor's Hornpipe (also known as The College Hornpipe and Jack's the Lad) is a traditional hornpipe melody. History. The usual tune for this dance was first printed as the "College Hornpipe" in or by J. Dale of London. It was found in manuscript collections before then – for.
  7. The Sailor's Hornpipe was most popular during the 16th to 18th Centuries but the original (Hornpipe) goes much farther back and was originally done by men only. It is said that the English sailing ship and Royal Navy Captain James Cook () thought dancing was most useful to keep his men in good health during a voyage.
  8. "Sailor's Hornpipe" was imported to North America where it entered traditional repertoire and became fairly widely known, still with its nautical connotations--so strong was the association, in fact, that it was selected as the theme song of a popular midth century .
  9. Oct 28, - images illustrating or relating to the history of the dance. See more ideas about Dance, Historical, Highland dance pins.

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