Sabhal Iain IC Uisdean barndance

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T: Sabhal Iain IC Uisdean
R: barndance
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
M:4/4
L:1/8
R:Barndance
K:Dmaj
"a7"(3ABc|:"Dd"d>B A>G "Ad"F<A A2 | "F#d"f2 f>d "Gg"e>dB<d | "Dd"d>B A2 "F#d"F<A A2 | "Aa7"B>AA<B "d"d2 "a7"d2 :|
|:"Dd"d2 e<f "B bm"d2 d>f | "E em"e2 e>f "Aa7"e>dB<A| "Dd"d2 e<f "B bm"d2 d>B | "em"B>A"a7"A<B "d"d2 d2 :|
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Re: Sabhal Iain IC Uisdean

This is used as the air to a puirt-a-beul called "Sabhal Iain ‘ic Uisdean" (John MacEwan’s Barn) or "Ruidhle nam Pog" (The Kissing Reel).

Joyful was I last year in John McEwan’s barn.
Joyful was I last year in Iain son of Hugh’s barn.
When the kissing reel began there was great hilarity;
The stomping of boots could be heard in Castletown.
A kiss for Calum from the headland, a kiss for every man.
A kiss for Calum from the headland, and for the man from Doune Point.

In dance bands it’s often called "MacEwan’s Barn" and used for a Highland Schottische.