The Bluebird’s Schottische barndance

Also known as The Bluebird Schottische, Helvetia Polka, The Hi-Lo Schottische, The Military Schottische, Poor Uncle Davy, Rochester Schottische, The Rochester Schottische, The Texas Schottische, What The Devil Ails You?.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Bluebird's Schottische has been added to 24 tunebooks.

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Three settings

X: 1
T: The Bluebird's Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 f2 | g2 (3fff (3eee (3ddd | (3ccc (3BBB (3ABA (3GFE |
D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 f2 | (3ggg (3fff e>AB>c |[1 d2 f2 d2 (3GFE :|[2 d2 d2 d2 ||
|: cd |e2 (3ef^g a>g a2 | c>^Bc>d e>^d e2 | (3BBB e2 (3BBB e2 | (3ccc (3BBB A2 (3Bcd |
e2 (3ef^g a>g a2 | c>^Bc>d e>^d e2 | e>a^g>f (3efe (3dcB |[1 A2 A2 A2 :|[2 A2 G2 (3FFF E2 |]
ABC
X: 2
T: The Bluebird's Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|: D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 f2 | (3ggg (3fff (3eee (3ddd | (3ccc (3BBB (3ABA (3GFE |
D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 a2 | (3ggg (3fff (3eee (3ddd | c>AB>c d2 "fine"z2 :|
e4 a3 d | c>Bc>d e2 (3edc | B2 e2 c2 e2 | B2 e2 c2 e2 |
e4 a3 d | c>Bc>d e2 e2 | e>a^g>f e>dc>B | A2 G2 F2 E2 |]
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X: 3
T: The Bluebird's Schottische
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:!segno! D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 f2 | e>fg>f e>dc>d | e>dc>B A>GF>E |
D>FA>B A2 f2 | D>FA>B A2 f2 | g>fe>d c>AB>c |[1 d2 f2 d2 z2 :|[2 d2 f2 d2 "fine"z2 ||
K: AMaj
e>ce>g a2 a2 | c>Ac>d e2 e2 | B>GB>c d>BG>B | A>Bc>d e2 e2 |
e>ce>g a2 a2 | c>Ac>d e2 e2 | e>ag>f e>dc>B |[1 A2 c2 A2 z2 :|[2 "D. S. al fine"A2 c2 A2 z2 |]
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Six comments

Except my ‘etiquette’ - believing that one should always give the ‘HOME’ page out of courtesy for the efforts made, respect to ‘O’Neill’ whoever he is, though that colour scheme is a bit of a kick, that horribly small print on page one makes my eyes swim - - -

http://www.cnnw.net/~oneil/index-2.html

Digital Karma ~

NOTE: the above two links are now defunct ~ such are the mysteries of digital karma…

X: 2 “The Rochester Schottische”

Another transcription taken from a recently uncovered collection in our collections: "Guest Musician Manual: Evergreen Folkways" - page 20… There’s a little information about this collection in the comments for an earlier submission ~
http://thesession.org/tunes/13723