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The title comes from the original lyrics, traditionally attributed to the 18th century General, John Burgoyne. An alternative set of lyrics is at www.contemplator.com. The Dashing White Sergeant is a Scottish Country Dance, performed to a similarly titled piece of English music. by Sir Hugh Roberton Sung by The Glasgow Oprpheus Choir Now the fiddler's ready, let us all begin! The title comes from the original lyrics, traditionally attributed to the 18th century General, John Burgoyne. If an army of Amazons e'er came into play As a dashing white sergeant I'd march away. The song was to be part of one of Bishop's operas, but there is no evidence it was ever incorporated into one. The Dashing White Sergeant. 17 # 0 Ç 3 2-0 2 0 2 0 1 i g # Ç Ç 0 1- 1 0-1 0 4 4 iii 3 # Ç Ç 4/6b ii 1 4 2 1 1 a 7 Ç Ç Ç 2- Ç.1 1 d & 21 # Ç - 2 Ç-1 0 11 2 Ç Ç 4 4 Lyrics for February 2020 Daily Sparkle Singalongs Track 1 The Dashing White Sergeant by Robert Wilson Link your hands for the circle round Move your feet to the music sound Back again to your starting ground And that’s the dance begun The centre’s parry back to the right Link their partners turning quite The other partner, they invite It was set to music by the English composer, Sir Henry Rowley Bishop in 1826. As a dashing white sergeant I'd march away. So step it out and step it in. The Dashing White Sergeant Now the fiddler's ready, let us all begin! The tune was used for other songs, notably "The Female Volunteer For Mexico," during the Mexican War (See Dolph, "Sounds Off, Soldier Songs," 1929, pp. The dance is performed by groups of six dancers and is progressive. 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