Celtic Society’s Quickstep march

Also known as The Celtic Society Quickstep.

There are 4 recordings of this tune.

Celtic Society’s Quickstep has been added to 7 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Celtic Society's Quickstep
R: march
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amix
e4|:A2 AA c2 BA|cz ez ez az|A2 AA c2 BA|dcBA GABG|
A2 AA c2 BA|cz ez ez gz|B2 AB GABd|ez Az Az e2:|
|:a2 e2 c2 BA|cz ez ez ^g2|a3 e c2 BA|gz Bz Bz e2|1 a2 e2 c2 BA|cz ez ez gz|B2 AB GABd|ez Az Az e2:|2 a2 gf g2 fe|f2 ed e2 dc|B2 AB GABd|ez Az Az e2||

Seven comments

Celtic Society’s Quickstep

It’s traditional scottish but I don’t know exactly what this tune is; sound like a march but more accented… anybody know if this is a march or another genre… I don’t know if “quickstep” is actually a type of dance/genre like “strathspey”, “jig”, etc…
It is listenable on John (Johnny) Cunningham second album “Fair Warning”.

Re: Celtic Society’s Quickstep

There’s a strathspey section on the site.

Re: Celtic Society’s Quickstep

oh! what’s the name?

Re: Celtic Society’s Quickstep

Sounds like a polka as well.

Re: Celtic Society’s Quickstep

What’s wrong with it just being a “quickstep” ? In “Kerr’s Third Collection of Merry Melodies for the Violin” - #416 on page 46. Memorably recorded by Johnny Cunningham [ RIP ]. Played well on flute here [ first tune ]: