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List of tunes :: P/M Robert Mathieson Book 1 "Marking Time"

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First Publised: 1990
ISBN: 1-87-2754-00-7
Printed: ISA Music
Average price: 20 pounds

Tunename (show alternative names) Page Tunetype Parts Signature Composer Notes
Highland Circus 4March
Inner Guard, The 5March
Abbieville 6March
Norman Grand 6March
MRS. Jean Stebbins Welcome to Bon Accord 7March
Glensanda 8March
Superintendent Denver Cardwell R.U.C. 9March
Jackie Hamilton 10March
Silver Set, The 11Strathspey
Cliffs of Doneen 12Slow Air
Finlay M Macrae 12Slow Air
For Ireland I'd not tell her name
AKA: Ar eirinn ni neosfainn ce hi
13Slow Air0
Lynsey's Lullaby 13Slow Air
Ragtime Pipers 14Hornpipe
Sandy's new chanter 15Hornpipe
Hiccup 16Hornpipe
Noel Slagle 17Hornpipe
Ravelrigg Rock 18Hornpipe
Commander Rodger Reid (Victoria Police) 19Hornpipe
Moving Cloud 20Hornpipe
Hen and the turkey, The 21Hornpipe
Temple harp, The 21Reel
Peacock reel, The 22Reel
Bagad reel, The 23Reel
Border reel, The 23Reel
Jackson's reel 24Reel
Macarthur road 25Reel
Steampacket, The 25Reel
Itchy Fingers 26Reel
Blackbird, The 27Reel
Dinky's 27Reel
Kiss the train goodbye 28Reel
Fingerlop, The 29Jig
Miss Popple's reel 30Reel
Opal, The 30Jig
Partners in time 31Jig
Frahar's jig 32Jig
Jiggernaut, The 33Jig
Whistling postman, The 34Jig
Clancy's jig 35Jig
Mooney's jig 35Jig
Hag's dance, The 36Jig
Gaelforce, The 37Jig
Rory Macleod 38Jig
Magpie, The 39Jig
Miss Campbell of Sheerness 39Jig
Jig in the middle 40Jig
Ian's wedding 41Jig
Isabelle Blackley 42Jig
Jimmy Ward's jig 43Jig

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