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'''KILT IS MY DELIGHT, THE'''. AKA and see "[[Ben Nevis]]," "[[Coig na Scalan]]," "[[I'm Over Young to Marry Yet (1)]]," "[[I'm Owre Young to Marry Yet (1)]]," "[[Lady Frances Wemys' Reel]]," "[[Old Virginia Reel (1)]]," "[[Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch]]," "[[Ruffian's Rant (The)]]." Scottish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). See also the related Shetland tune "[[Oot Be Est da Vong]]."  
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'''KILT IS MY DELIGHT, THE'''. AKA and see "[[Ben Nevis]]," "[[Coig na Scalan]]," "[[I'm Over Young to Marry Yet (1)]]," "[[I'm Owre Young to Marry Yet (1)]]," "[[Lady Frances Wemys' Reel]]," "[[Old Virginia Reel (1)]]," "[[Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch]]," "[[Ruffian's Rant (The)]]." Scottish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). See also the related Shetland tune "[[Oot Be Est da Vong]]." The Scots melody seems clearly related to the Irish "[[Green Fields of America (The)]]," as can be seen particularly in the version of the latter tune published by Köhler.
 
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KILT IS MY DELIGHT, THE. AKA and see "Ben Nevis," "Coig na Scalan," "I'm Over Young to Marry Yet (1)," "I'm Owre Young to Marry Yet (1)," "Lady Frances Wemys' Reel," "Old Virginia Reel (1)," "Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch," "Ruffian's Rant (The)." Scottish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). See also the related Shetland tune "Oot Be Est da Vong." The Scots melody seems clearly related to the Irish "Green Fields of America (The)," as can be seen particularly in the version of the latter tune published by Köhler.

Source for notated version:

Printed sources: Kerr (Caledonian Collection), p. 10.

Recorded sources: "Fiddlers Three Plus Two."




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