Sheet Music: Bushy Park

TitleBushy Park
from Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779
ComposerIgnatius Sancho (1729–1780)
InstrumentationFlute and bass instrument
KeyF major
RangeF4–Bb5
Time signature6/8
Tempo80 BPM
Performance time0:50
Difficulty leveleasy
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Date added2021-06-12
Last updated2021-06-12
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Saturday 12 June 2021

Tune of the Day: Bushy Park

by Ignatius Sancho

This tune was composed by British writer and musician Ignatius Sancho (1729–1780), and was first printed in his Twelve Country Dances for the Year 1779.

Bushy Park is the second largest of London's Royal Parks, after Richmond Park. The name was assigned by King Henry VIII in 1529, when he established it as deer-hunting ground.

Other Movements from the same Work

1.Lady Mary Montagu's Reel Flute & bass
2.Culford Heath Camp Flute & bass
3.Ruffs and Rhees Flute & bass
4.Bushy Park Flute & bass
5.Lord Dalkeith's Reel Flute & bass
6.Lindrindod Lasses Flute & bass
7.Trip to Dilington Flute & bass