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% input file irlandais54.mid
% Last note suggests Dorian mode tune
K:F % 1 flats
% MIDI Key signature, sharp/flats=-1 minor=0
% Time signature=6/8 MIDI-clocks/click=36 32nd-notes/24-MIDI-clocks=8
%H:There are two distinct tunes named "Heartsease" and considerable
%H:differences of opinion as to whether any of the known lyrics fit either
%H:of them. The earliest lyric is "a songe to the tune of hartes ease"
%H:from Thomas Richardes' play on an Italian model, called "Misogonus" (c.
%H:1560). Although it scans well, the text is arranged in short verses
%H:which would only use half the dance tune, implying that an earlier tune
%H:by this name may have had only one strain.
%H:catch "Cries of London" is set to the A strain.
%H:16th century herbal culture was the little wild pansy, known today as
%H:Johnny-jump-up. It was also called "Love in Idleness".
%W:Singe care away with sport & playe
%W:Pasttime is all our
%W:Yf well we fare, for nought we care
%W:In mearth our
%W:constant treasure ...
%W:A cooper I am, and have been
%W:long, and hooping is my trade
%W:And married man am I to as pretty a
%W:wench as ever God hath made
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