T: The Bluebells Of Scotland
|:d | g2 fe | d2 ef/g/ | BB cA | G3 :|
d | BG Bd | gg ef/g/ | fd e^c | d2 ef |
g2 fe | d2 ef/g/ | BB cA | G3 |]
Also known as Blue Bells Of Scotland, The Blue Bells Of Scotland.
There are 7 recordings of this tune.
The Bluebells Of Scotland appears in 1 other tune collection.
The Bluebells Of Scotland has been added to 7 tunebooks.
A tune that’s sometimes played at the Golden Guinea pub session, Bristol (UK). This setting is based on the one used by the Cotswold morris dancers from the village of Adderbury, for a dance of the same name.
It is of course primarily the melody of a well-known song.
There is also a pipe version:
when this is danced as a morris dance, a verse is sung whilst walking around in a circle before the dance. the lyrics are as follows:
"oh where, tell me where
has my highland laddie gone?
he’s gone to the war
with his tartan jockstrap on!"
This was arranged by Arthur Pryor for brass band with trombone/euphonium soloist with quite spectacular variations