The Twisted Bridge three-two

Also known as An Drochaid Chliui.

There are 5 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Twisted Bridge has been added to 7 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: The Twisted Bridge
R: three-two
M: 3/2
L: 1/8
K: Amix
{g}ce{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2| {g}ce{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}ecB{G}B|
{g}ce{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2|{g}A{d}A{e}AB {gcd}c2 {g}ce{g}BG {g}A{d}A :|
ae{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2| {ag}ae{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}ecB{G}B|
ae{g}e{A}e {g}fe{A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2|{g}A{d}A{e}AB {gcd}c2 {g}ce{g}BG {g}A{d}A :|
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X: 2
T: The Twisted Bridge
R: three-two
M: 3/2
L: 1/8
K: Amix
M: 6/4
|: {g}ce {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2 | {g}ce {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}ec B{G}B |
{g}ce {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2 | {g}A{d}A {e}AB {gcd}c2 {g}ce {g}BG {g}A{d}A :|
|: ae {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2 | {ag}ae {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}ec B{G}B|
ae {g}e{A}e {g}fe {A}ef {g}e{A}e {ag}a2 | {g}A{d}A {e}AB {gcd}c2 {g}ce {g}BG {g}A{d}A :|
ABC
X: 3
T: The Twisted Bridge
R: three-two
M: 3/2
L: 1/8
K: Amix
M: 6/4
|: ce ee fe ef ee a2 | ce ee fe ef ec BB |
ce ee fe ef ee a2 | AA AB c2 ce BG AA :|
|: ae ee fe ef ee a2 | ae ee fe ef ec BB|
ae ee fe ef ee a2 | AA AB c2 ce BG AA :|
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Four comments

Pipe Tune

I thought I’d add this arrangement for the pipers out there. There’s a tune called "The Twisted Bridge" out there, but this arrangement is structured more like a reel and includes grace notes.

Maybe should have just left it in the comments on the original posting of this tune. Perhaps this is a rather unnecessary duplicate as although I appreciate the logic behind your posting it, I would reason that a GHP piper is unlikely to be looking for the pipe dots to this or any other pipe tune on here.

I’ve posted my fair share of duplicates but have to echo, this is best left for the comments of the original posting. The setting that is already up is already playable on pipes. Any players of Scottish pipes that come here for tunes aren’t looking for where to put gracenotes and doublings, just the basic melody. We’re apt, or even prefer, to come up with our own ornaments and variations. It’s a classic tune though.