Kelso Accordion And Fiddle Club reel

Also known as The Kelso Accordion And Fiddle Club.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Kelso Accordion And Fiddle Club has been added to 3 tune sets.

Kelso Accordion And Fiddle Club has been added to 10 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Kelso Accordion And Fiddle Club
R: reel
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
GA[|B2 AG D2 G>F|EAGE D2 GA|B2 AB d2 cB|A2 A>B A2 GA|
B2 AG D2 G>F|EAGE D2 GA|BdcB AcBA|G2 G>A G2|]
Bc[|d2 Bd g2 fe|d2 BG c2 Bc|d2 Bd g2 fg|agfe dcBc|
d2 Bd g2 fe|d2 BD E2 G>A| BdcB AcBA|G2 G>A G|]

Three comments

Kelso Fiddle and Accordion Club

Excellent march by Bob Liddle.

We usually play it with Freeland Barbours "Fourtysix Seconder" and Don McLeods "Flett from Flotta"

Kelso Accordion and Fiddle Club

The above is the correct name for the tune, and it is a March, not a reel. This tune is in the Alnwick Pipers Society Tune book and also on their CD. Strangely enough it seems to be more popular in the English folk scene than the Scottish accordion scene, probably because of Will Atkinson’s recording. If you search on youtube there are a couple of folk bands in the south of England playing it. Nice to see it getting around.
Regards, Bob