## Six comments

This is not a polka, but a highland, which im guessing, is something like a march. Its from teada’s, "give us a penny and let us be gone" album. They play it in A, but D is easier for flute/whistle.

Have fun with it!

### "Highland Chluain Ard" ~ Teada are playing it in A ~ nice too

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: highland fling

K: A Major

|: AF |

E2 (3CB,A, E>FA>F | (3EEE D>C B,>DC>B, | A,2 C>E F>D A2 |1 (3Bcd c>B A>B :|

2(3Bcd c>B A>EF>G ||

A2 (3cBA e>A (3cBA | B>dc>B A>EF>G |1 A2 (3cBA e>A (3cBA | | (3Bcd c>B A>EF>G :|

2 A>Bc>f e>c (3cBA | B>dc>B A2 ||

I had a very bad recording of this track, sadly, as yet, I don’t have the album myself, but even as a bad recording it was a joy to listen to…

### "Highland Chluain Ard" ~ in D Major

M: 4/4

L: 1/8

R: highland fling

K: D Major

|: d>B |

A2 (3FED A>Bd>B | (3AAA G>F E>GF>E | D2 F>A B>G d2 |1 (3efg f>e d>e :|

2 e>gf>e d>AB>c ||

d2 (3fed a>d (3fed | e>gf>e d>AB>c |1 d2 (3fed a>d (3fed | (3efg f>e d>AB>c :|

2 d>ef>b a>f (3fed | e>gf>e d2 ||

i like the triplets in that version

Dont play this like a polka, its swung more-like a horpipe/march

### Highland Flings are 4/4 and swung

It’s a ‘Highland Fling’… Do an open search, go to ‘Tunes’, then ‘Search’, and just enter either or both and don’t select a tune type or a key, and click GO ~ then check out the results… you could do the same thing in ‘Discussions’ with interesting results…