Hunters' Chorus

DESCRIPTION: "The hunter winds his bugle horn. To horse, to horse, hello, hello, The fiery coursers snuff the morn, And thronging serfs the mark pursue." The dogs search the field. A white deer flees and is pursued
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1946 (Peters-FolkSongsOutOfWisconsin)
KEYWORDS: hunting dog
FOUND IN: US(MW) Canada(Mar)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Peters-FolkSongsOutOfWisconsin, p. 255, "Hunters' Chorus" (1 short text, 1 tune)
Pottie/Ellis-FolksongsOfTheMaritimes, pp. 64-65, "The Hunter Winds His Bugle Horn" (1 text, 1 tune)

Roud #15681
NOTES [39 words]: This is quite obviously of English origin, and the source song may well be in the Index somewhere. But what is left of it in Peters-FolkSongsOutOfWisconsin is so short and so patently damaged that I cannot identify the original. - RBW
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