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X:1 T:Bheinn Mhor T:Benmore M:C L:1/8 R:Quick Step B:William Gunn - The Caledonian Repository of Music B:Adapted for the Bagpipes (Glasgow, 1848, p. 89) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D A/B/|dd/d/ f/d/d/ a/d/d/ f/d/d/|e/f/e/d/ B/c/d/f/ e/c/d/B/ A/A/A/B/| dd/d/ fd/d/ a/d/d/ fd/d/|e/f/e/d/ B/A/B/c/ d>BB/B/:| A/B/|d f B/B/f B/c/d/e/ fe/d/|c/d/e c/A/e A/B/c/d/ ed/c/| d f B/B/f B/c/d/e/ fe/d/|f/a/e/c/ B/A/B/c/ d>B B/B/A/B/| d f B/B/f B/c/d/e/ fe/d/|c/d/e c/A/e A/B/c/d/ ed/c/| d f B/B/f B/c/d/e/ fe/d/|f/a/e/c/ B/A/B/c/ d>B B/B/||



BENMORE. Scottish, Pipe Quick Step (whole time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. Ben More, or Beinn Mhòr, is a conical shaped mountain on the Cowal peninsula, in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, in the southern Highlands of Scotland. At 3,852 feet, it is the highest peak in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

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Printed sources : - William Gunn (The Caledonian Repository of Music Adapted for the Bagpipes), Glasgow, 1848; p. 89.

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