Annotation:Dunkeld Hermitage Bridge

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X:1 T:Dunkeld Hermitage Bridge M:6/8 L:1/8 R:Air K:Bmin B,|Bd/c/B/A/ Bc/B/A/F/|EFA B2d|ABd f2D|FAA A2 d/c/| Bd/c/B/A/ Bc/B/A/F/|EFA B2d|ABd f2E|FBB B2:| |:d/e/|fa/g/f/e/ ef/e/d/B/|ABd e2f|d2A BdD|FAA A2 d/e/| 1 fa/f/e/d/ ef/e/d/B/|ABd e2f|d2A BeE|FBB B2:|2 fed e>dB|ABd e2f|d2A BeE|FBB B2||

DUNKELD HERMITAGE BRIDGE. Scottish, Slow Air (6/8 time). B Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. See note for "Talk:Dunkeld Hermitage." The melody is attributed to Niel Gow (1727-1807), Inver, Perthshire, near Dunkeld. The small Dunkeld Hermitage Bridge is situated beside a folly called “Ossian’s Hall”, built by the Duke of Atholl in the 18th century.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Martin (Ceol na Fidhle, vol. 2), 1988; p. 4. Martin (Taigh na Teud), 1990; p. 18.

Recorded sources : - Inver Records, Pete Clark & Ron Shaw - "Jig of Chance" (2013).

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