Mrs. MacDougall jig

There are 3 recordings of this tune.

Mrs. MacDougall has been added to 1 tune set.

Mrs. MacDougall has been added to 6 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Mrs. MacDougall
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amix
|:e|~A3 ABc|ece a2f|ecA ABc|ecA G2B|
~A3 ABc|ece a2A|c2e fdB|A3 [1 A2:|2 Ae||
|:f|g3 fed|efg a2f|ecA ABc|ecA G2
[1f|g3 fed|efg a2A|c2e fdB|A3 Ae:|
[2 B|~A3 ABc|ece a2A|c2e fdB|A3 A2||
X: 2
T: Mrs. MacDougall
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amix
|:e|A>AA ABc|ece a2f|ecA ABc|ecA G>AB|
A>AA ABc|ece a2e|c2e fdB|A3 A2:|
|:f|g2g fed|efg a2f|ecA ABc|ecA G2f|
g2g fed|efg a2e|c2e fdB|A3 A2:|
|:e|A>AA cBA|c2e fdB|A>AA ABc|ecA G>AB|
A>AA cBA|c2e fdB|efd c<dB|A3 A2:|
|:e|c<Aa ece|gfg aec|efg aec|ABc BAG|
c<Aa ece|gfg aec|fed c<dB|A3 A2:|

Nine comments

Mrs McDougall’s March

You’ve only got half a tune there, "zoronic", which is not your fault, as the "Tannahill Weavers" only play the 2 parts you’ve posted. The tune is a 4-part 6/8 march composed by Archibald Campbell. If you want a good rendition of the whole tune, I recommend the first "Jock Tamson’s Bairns" recording, where it’s led off by the late Tony Cuffe.

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No, did you listen to that track and compare it with the tune you posted ? Correct album, but wrong track. The track you’ve posted the link to above is "The Skyeman’s" jig, [ track #4 on the original record ] - as it says clearly on the video title. "Mrs MacDougall *" is the 2nd tune on track #10 of that album. It’s also track #20 on a double CD compilation of the band’s first 2 albums, called "A Jock Tamson’s Bairns", which I’ve just listened to so that there’s no mistake about this.
[ * Apology - spelling typo above was mine ].

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Beat me to it…..

That’s the one………. now how about posting the tune in it’s entirety, please ?

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I’m all over it.

Like flies on stuff… 🙂

Mrs MacDougall, X:2

This one’s a bit different, and more dotted so I started over. First 2 parts need more dotifying, and yes I still need to work out the 4th part. That’s what the edit button is for…