Kilty Cameron’s Tiddlers jig

Kilty Cameron's Tiddlers has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Kilty Cameron's Tiddlers
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|: EAE A (3cde | dcA ecA | Fdd dcd | BcA GFE |
EAE A (3cde | dcA ecA | FAd cAF | EGB A3 :|
|: [Cc]EA cBA | DFA dcB | E (3E/G/B/ e e^de | fe^d e2 =d |
cBc Ace | dcd FBA | GFG (3E/G/B/ ed | cdB A3 :|
ABC
X: 2
T: Kilty Cameron's Tiddlers
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|: DGD GB/c/d | cBG dBG | Ecc cBc | ABG FED |
DGD GB/c/d | cBG dBG | EGc BGE | DFA G3 :|
|: [B,B]DG BAG | [Cc]EG cBA | DD/F/A d^cd | ed^c d2 =c |
BAB GBd | cBc EAG | FEF Ddc | BcA G3 :|
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Four comments

X: 2 “Kilty Cameron’s Tiddlers” C: Jim Dorans (c) 2010 ~ in G

Just dropped down a step and slightly simplified, but, I have added that natural in the B-part, bar 4. If I’ve gotten anything wrong just let me know and I’ll make corrections. I have been playing it, though it has taken me a few different places from as you’ve given it. ;-)

Well, looks OK for a straight transposition From A down to G. What instrument did you play it on? I notice there are a couple of octaves, one in bar 8 and another in bar 9. Was that intentional?

The octaves are there for D-limited winds, the simple option. I usually will offer such a choice, and sometimes also, on the top end, an interval lower for those shy of second position…
|: B,DG BAG | CEG cBA | - - -
|: BDG BAG | cEG cBA | - - -
Other possibilities, alternate intervals ~
|: D2 G BAG | E2 G cBA | - - -
|: FDG BAG | AEG cBA | - - -
|: B2 G BAG | c2 G cBA | - - -