Scottish march

There is 1 recording of this tune.

Scottish has been added to 3 tune sets.

Scottish has been added to 12 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Scottish
R: march
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|:A2 cf e2 ce|d2 de c3B|A2 cf efed|cdcA B2 Bc|
A2 cf e2 ce|d2 de c3B|A2 ce dfed|1 c2 A2 A4:|2 c2 A2 A2 ce||
|:fAdf eAce|d2 de c3B|A2 cf efed|cdcA B2 ce|
fAdf eAce|dfed c3B|A2 ce dfed|1 c2 A2 A2 ce:|2 c2 A2 A4||
# Added by JACKB .
2
X: 2
T: Scottish
R: march
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
A2 cf e2 ce|d2 de c3B|BA ce dfed|cecA B2 EE|
A2 cf e2 ce|d2 de c3B|BA ce dfed|1 c2 A2 A2 EE:|2 c2 A2 A2 ce]|
|:fAdf eAce|d2 de c3B|BA ce dfed|cecA B2
[1 ce|fAdf eAce|dfed c3B|BA ce dfed|c2 A2 A2 ce:|
[2 EE|A2 cf e2 ce|d2 de c3B|BA ce dfed|c2 A2 A4||
# Added by DaveF .

Seven comments

Re: Scottish March

Is this traditional?

Re: Scottish March

I’ve just heard this on the latest "Lunasa" CD, and they have it as "Trad". It also appears on a CD called "Silver Threads" by Yvonne Bolton and Alan Jordan, posted here 4 years ago - always assuming that it is the same "Scottish March". Not a tune I recall hearing anywhere before, but I like it, whatever the source or origin.

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Re: Scottish March

I loved this tune from the first few notes.
I wish it had a real name of its own.
Something like The Crows’ March.

Re: Scottish

Yup, very catchy.
I just had to learn it this afternoon.

Re: Scottish

The "Scottish March" on Silver Threads, that Kenny mentions above, is a different tune altogether.