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X:1 T:JB's R:reel D:Altan: Runaway Sunday. M:C| L:1/8 K:F#dor A2cB AFFE|CFFG ABcB|ABcB AGFd|eE~E2 GEBG| A2cB AFFE|CFFG ABcd|~e2Be dfBd|egBe GEEG:| |:Fffg agfe|cAAG ABcA|Fffg afga|bagf eEGE| Fffg agfa|gfed egbg|fgaf ecBA|1 GABc AFFE:|2 GABc AFFG||



J. B. REEL, THE. Scottish, Reel. F Sharp Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'. Composed in 1932 by Aberdeen fiddler and composer J. Murdoch Henderson (1902-1972), dedicated to James B. Paterson, Headmaster at Bracoden, later Cullen. The tune is sometimes erroneously called "James Byrne's", after it was assumed the Ulster-based group Altan's recording of "J.B.'s" referred to the south-west Donegal fiddler. Byrne, who died in 2009 at age 62, was a pig farmer from the mountainous Irish-speaking region of Glencolmcille.


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Henderson (Flowers of Scottish Melody), 1935.

Recorded sources : - Virgin VIR 44559, Altan - "Runaway Sunday" (1997).




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