T: The Fiddler's
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ecc c2B|cAA A2e|faa eaa|cBB B2:|
|:a|ecc cee|fee faa|ecc c2a|ecc c2|
[1 f|ecc cee|fee faa|cBB B2a|cBB B2:|
[2 e|faa eae|dad c2e|faa e2a|cBB B2||
There are 2 recordings of this tune.
The Fiddler’s has been added to 1 tune set.
The Fiddler's has been added to 9 tunebooks.
The second track from the Tannahill Weaver’s begins with the strathspey “The Fiddler”,
which is followed by a jig-ified variant which the they call “The Fiddler’s (Jig)”
It really seems quite nice to me, and since its referenced here without out a link to
the notes I felt it was worth posting.
I got mixed up at first - now I’ve had a look at the sleeve and see that this is based on Donald MacLeod’s tune “The Fiddler”, but adapted by piper Iain MacInnes. I like it!