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Old 05-10-2011, 05:06 PM   #21
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6/8 MacNeills of Ugadale
that's a great tune. Need to learn it one of these days.
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:00 AM   #22
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This question certainly required the revival of some old brain cells:

2/4 - Barren Rocks of Aden
Reel - Mrs MacLeod of Rassay
6/8 - MacNeal of Ugadale
Slow Air - Skye Boat Song
Strathspey - The Inverness Rant
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Old 05-11-2011, 09:00 AM   #23
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Air - Amazing grace (if it counts)
2/4 - Corriechoillie's Welcome to the northern meeting
3/4 - Green Hills of Tyrol
4/4 - Scotland the Brave
6/8 - The Steamboat
Strathspey - Sandy McPherson
Reel - Itchy fingers
Jig - Paddys leather breaches
Hornpipe - Raigmore
Piobaireachd - none yet
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:29 AM   #24
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Air: Scots Wha Hae
2/4: Brown-Haired Maiden/High Road to Gairloch (as a set)
3/4: Balmoral
4/4: Wings/Balmoral/We're No Awa'/Lord Lovat's Lament (as a set)
Strathspey: Roes Amang the Heather
Reel: Rocking the Baby (sort of)
Hornpipe: The Red Fox
Jig: Scarce o' Tatties/Out of the Air (part of a medley)
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Old 05-11-2011, 11:02 AM   #25
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Air - Scots Wha Hae
2/4 -Brown Haired Maiden/High Road to Gairloch
3/4 - I See Mull
4/4 Scotland the Brave/Murdo's Wedding
6/8 - Cock of the North
Strathspey - Ewe with the Crooked Horn (I think)
Reel - Lachlain ...not sure
Jig - Paddy's Leather Breeches
Hornpipe - PM Donald MacLeod
Piobaireachd - Struan Robertson's Salute

Amazing Grace though was the first tune to make it to pipes.
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Old 05-11-2011, 11:14 AM   #26
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I too started out with the green book, but stopped using it when I began taking lessons.

Air- Scots Wha Ha'e
2/4- The Brown Haired Maiden
3/4- The Road to Passchendaele
4/4- Scotland The Brave
6/8- It was either Bonnie Dundee or Angus MacKinnon
Strathspey- Aspen Bank
Reel- Jock Wilson's Ball
Jig- Corkhill
Hornpipe- Shakey Fingers
Piobaireachd- Sir James MacDonald of the Isles' Lament
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Old 05-12-2011, 12:31 AM   #27
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Air: Scots Wha Hae
2/4: Highland Laddie
3/4: Green Hills of Tyrol
4/4: Scotland the Brave
6/8: Ben Gullion
Strathspey: Siobhan's Strathspey
Reel: Kelsey's Wee Reel
Jig: Paddy Be Easy
Hornpipe: Joe McGann's Fiddle
Piobaireachd: The Highland Society of Scotland's Salute
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Old 05-12-2011, 04:27 AM   #28
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Air - Amazing grace
Slow Air - Skye Boat Song
3/4 - Green Hills of Tyrol/Battle's O'er
4/4 - Scotland the Brave
6/8 - Hundred Pipers/Steamboat/Cock 'o the North
Strathspey - Orange & Blue
Reel - The Gravelwalk (still working on that) Amazing sounding tune
Jig - Glascow City Police Pipers
Hornpipe - None yet

Have never actually learnt Scots Wha Ha'e or The Brown Haired Maiden
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Old 05-12-2011, 08:16 AM   #29
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Have never actually learnt Scots Wha Ha'e or The Brown Haired Maiden
Me neither. Kinda embarrassing and liberating at the same time.
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Old 05-12-2011, 10:13 PM   #30
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Air - Scots Wha Hae
2/4 - High Road to Gairloch
3/4 - Kilworth Hills
4/4 - The Rowan Tree
6/8 - Farewell to the Creeks
Hornpipe - The Stone Frigate
Piob - Sir James MacDonald of the Isles Lament
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