Angus MacKinnon jig

There are 10 recordings of this tune.

Angus MacKinnon has been added to 2 tune sets.

Angus MacKinnon has been added to 12 tunebooks.

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Two settings

X: 1
T: Angus MacKinnon
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Bmin
|:ce|f2B BcB|afe fga|c2A ABA|e2B cBA|
f2B BcB|afe f3|aee fga|cBB B2:|
|:ce|f3 a2e|fga f2e|c2A ABA|e2B cBA|
f3 a2e|fga f3|aee fga|cBB B2:|
|:ce|f2B Bcd|Bcd dcB|ABc cBA|ecA cBA|
f2B Bcd|Bcd dcB|Ace fga|cBB B2:|
|:ce|f2B aga|fga f2e|c2A ABA|e2B cBA|
f2B aga|fga f3|aee fga|cBB B2:|
# Added by JACKB .
X: 2
T: Angus MacKinnon
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amin
|:Bd|e2A ABA|ged efg|B2G GAG|d2A BAG|
e2A ABA|ged e3|gdd efg|BAA A2:|
|:Bd|e3 g2d|efg e2d|B2G GAG|d2A BAG|
e3 g2d|efg e3|gdd efg|BAA A2:|
e2A ABc|ABc cBA|GBd efg|BAA A2:|
|:Bd|e2A gfg|efg e2d|B2G GAG|d2A BAG|
e2A gfg|efg e3|gdd efg|BAA A2:|
# Added by JACKB .

Five comments

Re: Angus MacKinnon

This 6/8 march was composed by Pipe Major Donald Shaw Ramsay and it was the first tune in his Edcath Collection, Vol.1, of 1953. Angus MacKinnon was a fellow piper from Lochboisdale.

Re: Angus MacKinnon

I’ve heard this tune before, maybe adapted for dancing, & it’s lovely. On the fiddle, the first setting seems to want a G# on the E string - I presume it’s a ‘flattened seventh’ on the pipes? Please help me, Nigel & Jacke. 🙂

Re: Angus MacKinnon

Angus MacKinnon of Eigg is an entirely different tune, its a 2/4 Highland bagpipe march composed by Iain MacDonald.