Jackie Armstrong's Mountain Dulcimer Music

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Jackie Armstrong
Mountain Dulcimer Music

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This months FREE TAB is: "The World Turned Upside Down."  A friend of mine ask me to tab this sometime ago.  It seems more appropriate now than ever!  The song goes back to England in the 1640's.  It was used as a protest to new British laws banning traditional Christmas celebrations. The tune was also used by the British when Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, and is also known by "When the King Enjoys His Own Again."

     The phrase, "the world upside down",  has biblical origins as recorded in Acts 17: 5-7