Jimmy Lush’s Farewell To Invergarry jig

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X: 1
T: Jimmy Lush's Farewell To Invergarry
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Amaj
|:e|{ef}e>cA A>ce|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{d}e>cA A>ce|a>Aa =g>ed|
{ef}e>cA A>ce|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2:|
|:e|{g}a>Aa A>a=g|e>d=g B>A=G|{ef}e>dB =g2e|{c}d>B=G B>cd|
[1{g}a>Aa A>a=g|e>d=g B>A=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2:|
[2{ef}e>cA A>ce|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2||
|:e|{B}A>AA e>Ae|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{B}A>AA e>Ae|a>Aa =g>ed|
{B}A>AA e>Ae|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2:|
|:e|{g}a>Aa =g>A=g|f>Af e>A=G|{ef}e>dB =g2e|{c}d>B=G B>cd|
[1{g}a>Aa =g>A=g|f>Af e>A=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2:|
[2{B}A>AA e>Ae|A>ce {c}d>B=G|{g}a>=ge g>dB|A>BA {B}A2||
# Added by jimee .
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X: 2
T: Jimmy Lush's Farewell To Invergarry
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Ador
e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | e>cA A>ce | a>Aa g>ed |
e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
a>Aa A>ag | e>dg B>AG | e>dB g2 e | d>BG B>cd |
[1 a>Aa A>ag | e>dg B>AG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
[2 e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 ||
A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | A>AA e>Ae | a>Aa g>ed |
A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
a>Aa g>Ag | f>Af e>AG | e>dB g2 e | d>BG B>cd |
[1 a>Aa g>Ag | f>Af e>AG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
[2 A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 |]

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History

This tune was written as a pipe tune after a long (and very wet) trip to Scotland on my motorcycle some 6 years ago. Please feel free to use this tune as music should be enjoyed by all. Jim

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Failte!

Welcome to the session jimee… Be sure to read the FAQs ~ especially concerning the self-composed. We seem to have had a plethora of new arrivals more interested in contributing their tunes than necessarily understanding the website and contributing as the webmaster Jeremy has outlined in the FAQs…

But, I’ve enjoyed playing your tune…

"Jimmy Lush’s Farewell To Invergarry" ~ A Dorian, & minus the twiddles

X: 1
T: Jimmy Lush’s Farewell To Invergarry
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
R: march
K: Ador
|: e |\
e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | e>cA A>ce | a>Aa g>ed |
e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
|: e |\
a>Aa A>ag | e>dg B>AG | e>dB g2 e | d>BG B>cd |
[1 a>Aa A>ag | e>dg B>AG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
[2 e>cA A>ce | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 ||
|: e |\
A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | A>AA e>Ae | a>Aa g>ed |
A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
|: e |\
a>Aa g>Ag | f>Af e>AG | e>dB g2 e | d>BG B>cd |
[1 a>Aa g>Ag | f>Af e>AG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 :|
[2 A>AA e>Ae | A>ce d>BG | a>ge g>dB | A>BA A2 |]

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