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List of tunes :: Music for the Highl. Bagpipe P/M John A. MacLellan

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Music for the Highland Bagpipe – PM John A MacLellan
P/M John A MacLellan

Tunename (show alternative names) Page Tunetype Parts Signature Composer Notes
9th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, The 29March
A Dram before you go 54Jig
Alan MacPherson of Mosspark 52Jig
Allan Rowan of Port Appin 17March
Ardnarff 18March
Berriedale Brae 36Jig
Braes of Mellinish, The 59Jig
Bridge of Oich, The 42Strathspey
By Loch Ness Shores 36March
By the River Aora 34Slow March
Cabar Feidh 37Strathspey
Campbelltown Kiltie Ball, The 45Strathspey
Colin Roy's Reel 48Reel
Crag na Cur 47Reel
Doctor Angus MacLeod 38Strathspey
Ewe wi' the crookit Horn (crooked)
AKA: Chroara Chrom
Herring Wife, The 58Jig
Hills of Cowal, The 31March
Hoddom Castle 49Reel
Inveroich Shinty Club, The 32March
John Paterson's Mare 56Jig
Johnnie Hunter 22March
Kirsteen MacLellan 19March
Kristie MacCallman's Favourite 39Strathspey
Lt. Col. J.S.H.Douglas, O.B.E. 23March
Luneburg Heath 24March
MacDonald of the Isles 27March
MacLellan's Overcoat 40Strathspey
Maiden of Morven 35Slow March
Mavis, The 46Reel
Mrs. John MacLellan 25March
Mrs. Seumas MacNeill 53Jig
Mrs. William MacLellan 26March
Not a Swan on the Lake 34Slow March
Over the Hills to Inveraray 28March
P/M John A. MacLellan 62Jig
Pace Stick, The 61Jig
Paddy O'Rafferty 60Jig
Pass of Melfort, The 30March
Plains of Normandy, The 35Slow March
Rookery, The 50Reel
Royal Hotel, The 20March
Sheperd's Crook, The 43Strathspey
Smith of Chilliehassie, The 51Reel
Strathmarden 41Strathspey
Young Willie Murray 33March

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( Henri Aanstoot )

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OMG, you don't know how long I have been waiting for a search engine to find tunes in my head. I thought about creating some kind of dictionary based on theme notes, or searching through bww files for sequences. What a thrill to find your site. I just hum a tune, use the up, down, repeat letters and... like magic the title is found. You are a genius. I will never be stumped for a title again. Thanks so much, John

Other successes i've heard of are: 2 Youtube movies being identified, a nameless bww file and mp3's