The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering polka

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering has been added to 6 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering
R: polka
M: 2/4
L: 1/8
K: Amix
A/B/|:c2 c/e/d/B/|cA A/A/c/e/|f>e ca/e/|cB BA/B/
c2 c/e/d/B/|cA A/A/c/e/|fa e/f/e/c/|BA A/A/:|
c/d/|e>f ec|a>e f/g/a/f/|eA/c/ e/f/e/A/|cB Bc/d/|
e>f ec|ae f/g/a/f/|eA/c/ e/f/e/c/|BA A/A/:|
A/B/|c2 c/c/e|fa/f/ e/c/A/B/|cA/c/ e/f/A/B/|cB BA/B/|
c2 c/c/e|fa/f/ e/c/A/B/|cA/c/ e/f/e/c/|BA A/A/:|
c/d/|ea/e/ f/g/a/f/|ea/f/ e/c/A/B/|cA/c/ e/f/a/e/|cB Bc/d/|
ea/e/ f/g/a/f/|ea/f/ e/c/A/B/|cA/c/ e/f/e/c/|BA A/A/:|

Four comments

The Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering

Not of course a barn dance but a pipe march, but that seems to be the only way to get it on this site. Composed by Pipe Major William Ferguson and published in his 1939 collection. I first heard this on the Boys of the Lough album "Live at Passim"

The Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering

Thanks for this one, Niall. I’ve just added it to my list of tunes I want to play!

Not a duplicate

The other post mentioned above is clearly not the same tune.