Luffman Atterbury
(1740 - 1796)

Come, let us a-maying go
(A.T.T.B. + reduction)
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Atterbury's setting of a set of lyrics borrowed from a round by John Hilton (d. 1657). This piece was in the repertoire of the Bath Harmonic Society, c.1799.
Lyrics: Anon

Come, let us a-maying go,
And lightly trip it to and fro.
The bells shall ring and the cuckoo sing,
And the fife shall play, the drum shall beat,
And so we'll pass our time away.