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Pipe Minor
12-26-2006, 06:21 AM
I'm looking for sheets to this waltz. Any ideas?

CalumII
12-26-2006, 07:41 AM
IIRC it's in John MacLennan's book of dance music, which is still available from a few places. I *think* it's in SGII, but I'm not sure.

Cheers,
Calum

JES
12-26-2006, 09:25 AM
I don't have it in SGII.

Book Tunename Page Tunetype Signature Parts First Pub. Composer aka
Cairns,Archie - Bk1 Pipe Music Longueval 4 Slow March 6|8 3 1995 Cairns,Archie Maj.(arr.)
Cairns,Archie - Bk1 Pipe Music Longueval-1st Harmony 4 Slow March 6|8 3 1995 Cairns,Archie Maj.(arr.)
Cairns,Archie - Bk1 Pipe Music Longueval-2nd Harmony 4 Slow March 6|8 3 1995 Cairns,Archie Maj.(arr.)
Cairns,Archie - Bk2 Bagpipe & Drum Scores Longueval 46 Slow Air 6|8 3 2003 Cairns,Archie M.Maj.(arr.)
Cairns,Archie - Bk2 Bagpipe & Drum Scores Longueval-1st Harmony 47 Slow Air 6|8 3 2003 Cairns,Archie M.Maj.(arr.)
Cairns,Archie - Bk2 Bagpipe & Drum Scores Longueval-2nd Harmony 48 Slow Air 6|8 3 2003 Cairns,Archie M.Maj.(arr.)
MacLellan,J.A.P|M - Bk4 Bagpipe Music for Dancing Longueval 23 6|8 1966
Recknagel,John - Dance Piper's Helper Longueval Dance 1995

Cheers,

Geology-George
12-26-2006, 11:38 AM
The Seattle Scottish Boys Pipe Band played this tune in the late 1960's at part of their show repetoire. I still have a copy of the music from that time. The old heat activated copy paper is geeting rather dark, but the notes can still be made out.

PS Most of the pipers hated this tune, while, I, as the bass drummer kind of liked it. I still have the tune memorised.