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|[[File:Sir_William_Sidney_Smith.jpg|400px|link=|left|Sir William Sidney Smith (1764-1840), Admiral]] || [[File:Sir Sidney Smith's March.mp3|thumb|left|'''Played''' by Chris Ormston, ...''as played in duet by Henry & Tom Clough. {{break}}'Young' Tom Clough wanted to perform this wth him, but became ill and sadly died before them had a chance to record it. Chris plays Tom Clough's pipes now, so the tradition lives!'' {{break}} '''Origin''': SoundCloud]] || [[File:Sir Sidney Smith's March.pdf|page=1|thumb|left|200px|Sir Sidney Smith March]]|| September, 29 2016
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|[[File:Tracy Newman .png|left|thumb|link=Annotation:Cripple Creek|'''CRIPPLE CREEK''': In 1965, Tracy Newman did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called "What's New."  She presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of her ability at the time.]] || [[File:Cripple Creek on the banjo by Tracy Newman.mp3|thumb|left|Cripple Creek on the banjo played by Tracy Newman]]|| [[File:CrippleCreek.pdf|page=1|thumb|left|200px|Cripple Creek]]|| 15 August 2010
 
|[[File:Tracy Newman .png|left|thumb|link=Annotation:Cripple Creek|'''CRIPPLE CREEK''': In 1965, Tracy Newman did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called "What's New."  She presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of her ability at the time.]] || [[File:Cripple Creek on the banjo by Tracy Newman.mp3|thumb|left|Cripple Creek on the banjo played by Tracy Newman]]|| [[File:CrippleCreek.pdf|page=1|thumb|left|200px|Cripple Creek]]|| 15 August 2010
 
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Revision as of 09:31, 20 August 2019

Featured Tunes
Featured Tunes are considered to be some of the best articles TTA has to offer, as determined by TTA's editors. They are used by editors as examples for writing other articles.

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Title Clip Printable Published
Sir William Sidney Smith (1764-1840), Admiral
Played by Chris Ormston, ...as played in duet by Henry & Tom Clough.
'Young' Tom Clough wanted to perform this wth him, but became ill and sadly died before them had a chance to record it. Chris plays Tom Clough's pipes now, so the tradition lives!

Origin: SoundCloud
File:Sir Sidney Smith's March.pdf
Sir Sidney Smith March
September, 29 2016
CRIPPLE CREEK: In 1965, Tracy Newman did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called "What's New." She presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of her ability at the time.
Cripple Creek on the banjo played by Tracy Newman
Cripple Creek
15 August 2010
OLD DAN TUCKER
Old Dan Tucker
Old Dan Tucher
18 January 2011
THE DEVIL AMONG THE TAILORS
De'il among the tailor
The Devil Among the Taylors
18 January 2011
THE CALEDONIAN HUNT
The Caledonian Hutsman's Delight
The Caledonian Hunt
18 December 2010
CARROLL COUNTY BLUES
Carroll County Blues
Carroll County Blues
28 November 2010
MISSISSIPPI SAWYER
Mississippi Sawyer,
performed by: Lloyd Wanzer at Weiser, Idaho, in 1963
Mississippi Sawyer
22 May 2012