He’s bonny He's owre the hill this night that I lo'e weel for a' that

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X:1 T:He’s bonny, He’s owre the hill this night that I lo’e weel for a’ that N:”In the style of a march.” M:C L:1/8 R:March B:John McLachlan - Piper’s Assistant (1854, No. 92, p. 54) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:Bmin Tf/e/|dBTB>A GB BA/B/|d>e Tf/d/e/f/ A2 Af/e/|dBTB>A GB BA/B/| d>e Tf/d/e/f/ B2B| dBTB>A GB BA/B/|d>e Tf/d/e/f/ A2 Af/e/| dBTB>A Bdef|g2 fe g/f/e/d/ B2B||e/f/|ga gf/e/ f/e/f/a/ g/f/e/f/| de Tf/d/e/f/ A2 Ae/f/|ga gf/e/ Tf/e/f/a/ g/f/e/f/|d>e Tf/d/e/f/ B2 Be/f/| gg gf/e/ Tff/a/ g/f/e/f/|d>e Tf/d/e/f/ A2 Af/e/|dBBA Bde>f|gf/e/ g/f/e/d/ B2B||



HE'S BONNY. HE'S OWRE THE HILL THIS NIGHT THAT I LO'E WEEL FOR A' THAT. Scottish, Air and March (whole time). A Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The tune is an old Jacobite air.

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Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - John McLachlan (The Piper's Assistant), 1854; No. 92, p. 54. David Glen (David Glen Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music, Book 9 ), c. 1890; No. 48, p. 22.

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