Cape Breton Fiddlers' Welcome to the Shetland Islands

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X:1 T:Cape Breton Fiddlers Welcome to the Shetland Islands L:1/8 M:C| R:Reel C:Willie Hunter K:A AE~E2 dcBc | ~A3e fece | fBBA ~B3A | B2fe fBge | acef eA~A2 | cBAF eAce | ~f3d eaaf |1 ecdB ~A3B :|2 ecdB ~A3e || |: aee^d efe=d |ce~e2 fece | bffe f2ef | defd Befe | aee^d efe=d | ce~e2 fece |1 ~f3e afed | cABc ~A3e :|2 ~f3e afec | Bagf edcB ||



CAPE BRETON FIDDLERS' WELCOME TO THE SHETLAND ISLANDS. AKA and see "Cape Breton Visit to Shetland (The)." Scottish, Reel. Scotland, Shetland Islands. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'BB'. Composed by fiddler Willie Hunter (1933-1994) of Lerwick, Shetland, on the occasion of a visit by the Cape Breton Symphony (Winston Fitzgerald, et al).

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - Culburnie Records CUL102c, Alasdair Fraser & Jody Stecher - "The Driven Bow" (1988. Appears as "Cape Breton Symphony's Welcome to the Shetland Isles"). Green Linnet SIF 1139, "Eileen Ivers" (1994. Appears under the title "Cape Breton Symphony's Welcome to the Sheltlands," recorded in duet with Natalie MacMaster). RC2000, George Wilson - "The Royal Circus" (2000). Tartan Tapes CDTT1004, Chris Stout - "Heat the Hoose" (1998). Tannahill Weavers - "Dancing Feet."

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