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X:1 T:Falls of Lorna D:Wallochmor Ceilidh Band Z:Nigel Gatherer L:1/8 M:2/4 K:Amix B/d/ | e2 e/f/e/d/ | eA AB/c/ | d2 d/e/d/B/ | dG G B/d/ | e2 e/f/e/d/ | e>f ga | g/f/e/d/ gB | A2 A :| e/g/ | a2 a>g | ae e>f | g>a g/f/e/d/ | gd de/g/ | a2 a>g | ae ea | g/f/e/d/ gB | A2 A e/g/ | a2 a>g | ae e>f | g>a g/f/e/d/ | gd dg | e/f/g/e/ a/g/f/e/ | ae ea | g/f/e/d/ gB | A2 A |]



FALLS OF LORNA. Scottish, March (2/4 time). A Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The Falls of Lorna are rapids at mouth of Loch Etive (at the Firth or Lorne) that are not strictly falls, but rather a tidal race (which, depending on the time of day flow into or out of the loch). There is a Scottish country dance called the Falls of Lorna.


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Recorded sources : - Lapwing 106, Wallochmor Ceilidh Band - "Full Throtle" (1982).




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