The Newlyweds waltz

Also known as The Newlywed’s.

There are 2 recordings of this tune.

The Newlyweds has been added to 1 tune set.

The Newlyweds has been added to 23 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: The Newlyweds
R: waltz
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|A>B|:"A"^c2 ^cB^cB|"_E"^cA E2 A>B|"A"^c e3 a>^g|"D"^f4 a>^f|
"A"e2 ^c2 A>^c|"A"B2 A2 A>B|"D"^c2 B2 A>E|"A"^F4 A>B|
"_E"^c2 ^cB^cB|"A"^cA E2 A>B|"D"^c e3 a>^g|"A"^f a3 a>^f|
"Bm"e2 ^c2 A>^c|"D"BA ^F2 E2|"A"^FA A2 A>B|A4:|
|:^c>E|"A"a3 A ^c>a|"Am"^g3 A ^c>^g|"Dm7"^f2 ^f>^g^f>e|"^Cm7"^c2 e2 ^c>e|
"Dm7"^f2 e>^g^f>e|"Am7"^c e3 (3^cBA|"Bm7"B2 B>^c (3BAE|"Dm7"^F4 A>B|
"A"^c2 ^cB^cB|"_E"^cA E2 A>B|"A"^c e3 a>g|"D"^f a3 a>^f|
"A"e2 ^c2 A>^c|"Bm7"BA ^F2 E2|"Dm7"^FA A2 A>B|"A"A4:|
2
X: 2
T: The Newlyweds
R: waltz
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
c2 cBcB|cA E2 A>B|c e3 a>g|f4 a>f|
e2 c2 A>c|B2 A2 A>B|c2 B2 A>E|F4 A>B|
c2 cBcB|cA E2 A>B|c e3 a>g|f a3 a>f|
e2 c2 A>c|BA F2 E2|FA A2 A>B|A4:|
a3 A c>a|g3 A c>g|f2 f>gf>e|c2 e2 c>e|
f2 e>gf>e|c e3 (3cBA|B2 B>c (3BAE|F4 A>B|
c2 cBcB|cA E2 A>B|c e3 a>g|f a3 a>f|
e2 c2 A>c|BA F2 E2|FA A2 A>B|A4:|

Three comments

Cracking tune.

I don’t know why this isn’t on here already? It’s a cracking little waltz that’ll be the first dance at my wedding if I have my way! Seems to be quite a secret tune. Composed by Louise Mackenzie and taught to me by a good fiddler friend, Joe Durie of NE66.

Followed well by straths or reels but I don’t have any names for the ones I play.

Newlyweds

With a few tweaks, it sounds familiar, but I can’t put a name to it… does anyone know it by another name?
(Nice B part 🙂

X: 1
T: Newlyweds, The
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
R: waltz
K: Amaj
|:A>B |
c2 cBcB | cA E2 A>B | c e3 a>g | f4 a>f |
e2 c2 A>c | B2 A2 A>B | c2 B2 A>E | F4 A>B |
c2 cBcB | cA E2 A>B | c e3 a>g | f a3 a>f |
e2 c2 A>c | BA F2 E2 | FA A2 A>B | A4:|
|:c>e |
a3 A c>a |g3 A c>g |f2 f>gf>e | c2 e2 c>e |
f2 e>gf>e | c e3 (3cBA | B2 B>c (3BAE | F4 A>B |
c2 cBcB | cA E2 A>B | c e3 a>g | f a3 a>f |
e2 c2 A>c|BA F2 E2|FA A2 A>B|A4:|

Sorry I cocked up the C’s! The low C’s should be middle C’s. Sound more familiar?!