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Fetching Up The Watter


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Fetching Up the Watter
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Although most of Seaton Snook had running water supplied by the Hartlepool Gas and Water Company↗̱, people who lived on the houseboats or in the fishermen's huts would rely on using seawater, rainwater, or heated water fetched from the Zinc Works, until 1958, when a stand pipe was fitted at the bottom of Snook Road.

The characteristic "Rant" rhythm (to-MA-TO SOUP) is explained fully in the article on Harrison's Rant.

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Northumbrian Smallpipe characteristic: 

Diatonic transpositions in bars 1, 3, 5 and 8 [blue boxes]

Intervalic figures in bars 2 and 4 [pink boxes]; variations on these in bars 4 and 8 [dotted pink boxes]

Snookish characteristics: 

Major 7th interval in bars 2 and 6 [orange boxes]

Ends on Dominant (D or Soh) [purple circles]

Other Comments:

No Tempo indicated. 

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