Napolean’s march

Also known as Bonaparte’s, The Grand, Napolean’s Grand.

There is 1 recording of this tune.

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One setting

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X: 1
T: Napolean's
R: march
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
|:A2|d2d>dd2A2|e2e>ee2de|f2efg2f2|e2e>ee2A2|
dd AA FF AA|dd AA FF AA|d3f edef|d2d>dd2:|
|:f2|edcB ABcA|d2d>dd3f|edcB ABcA|d2d>d defd|
(B2g2g2)fe|(A2f2f2)gf|edef edef|d2d>dd2:|
|:fg|~a4 ~b4|a2a>gf2a2|~g4f2af|e2e>ee3a|
gfed cBAG|a2ff dd AA|f2fa gfed|a2a>aa3f|
edcB ABcA|d2d>dd3f|.e.d.c.B ABcA|d2d>d .d.c.B.A|
B2g2g2fe|A2f2f2gf|edef edef|d2d>dd2:|

Two comments

Re: Napolean’s

Napoleon’s, surely

Bonaparte’s Grand March

This march is called The Grand March by Mícheál Ó Súilleabhain on his LP, Cry of the Mountain (CEF 079 on Gael-Linn). That track is magnificently stately, and rousing, with musicians to match. A setting is given in O’Neill’s "Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody" #74, as Bonaparte’s Grand March.