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List of tunes :: Fred Morrison - Outlands

Tunes from the CD

Tunename (show alternative names) Page Tunetype Parts Signature Composer Notes
Calum Campbell of Benbecula 13strathspey24/4Fred Morrison
Dannsa Rathaidh
AKA: Borve Lorry
1strathspey44/4Trad Arr Fred Morrison
Dannsa Rathaidh
AKA: Borve Lorry
2reel82/2Trad Arr Fred Morrison
Downtown 19reel64/4Fred MorrisonWhistle / accid...
Drumcross 24reel34/4Fred MorrisonWhistle with va...
Gabriella's Jig 6jig26/8Leonard Podolak, Arr Fred MorrisonWhistle Setting...
Jarlath's 22hornpipe24/4Fred MorrisonWhistle with va...
Kansas City Hornpipe 20hornpipe 32/4Fred MorrisonUilleann ...
Kansas City Hornpipe 21hornpipe52/4Fred MorrisonHighland Pipe V...
Leaving Uist 10waltz42/4Fred MorrisonWhistle ...
Lochaber Badger 11reel24/4Fred MorrisonWhistle with va...
Matheu Watson's 23reel24/4Fred MorrisonWhistle ...
Nameless 16slow air26/8Trad Arr Fred Morrison
Nameless 16slow air26/8Trad Arr Fred MorrisonHighland Pipe V...
Outlands 17Hornpipe / reel62/2Fred Morrisonaccidentals...
Seonaidh's Tune 12strathspey44/4Fred Morrison
Steve Byrne's Jig 14jig86/8Fred Morrison
The Hard Drive 26Hornpipe62/4Fred Morrisonalternative phr...
The Hard Drive 28reel62/2Fred Morrisonalternative phr...
The Leavy Lane 18reel64/4Fred MorrisonWhistle ...
The Little River 7reel44/4Fred MorrisonWhistle/UIllean...
The Morrisons of Gerinish 25reel42/4Fred Morrison
The Wildcat 8reel44/4Fred MorrisonWhistle/UIllean...
The Wildcat 9reel42/2Fred MorrisonHighland Pipe V...
Train Journey North 4hornpipe82/4Tom Anderson, Arr Fred Morrison

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