Wimbledon Barn Dance


So Morley played his banjo at Wimbledon some time in the 1890s!  In those days, a barn dance would have been popular, and this one is typical of the genre.   Using the keys of G, D, and C major it is written in twelve-eight time, — that is, four dotted crotchets to a bar, although there are very few of those, with most of the music consisting of a series of rippling quavers.   This is probably one of Morley’s early successes because it has the fourth string tuned to D, and he would have been using a six or seven-stringed banjo at the time.

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Weight 0.04 kg
Dimensions 210 × 297 × 1 cm

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