Annotation:Lord Panmure's March

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X:1 T:Lord Panmure's March C:John MacDonald (Pipe Major 79th Cameron Highlanders) R:Pipe March M:C L:1/8 B:David Glen's Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music Book 10 Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:Amix e/d/|:cA A/B/c/d/ eA c2|ce Ad f/e/d/c/ ea|cA A/B/c/d/ eA c2|BG G/A/B/c/ dG Bd:|| ce ef/g/ ag/f/ e>d|ce ef/g/ a>e ga|ce ef/g/ a/g/f/e/ g2|BG G/A/B/c/ dG Bd| ce ef/g/ a/g/f/e/ a2|ce ef/g/ a>e fe/d/|ce Aa ce f/e/d/c/|BG G/A/B/c/ dG Bd|]

LORD PANMURE'S MARCH. Scottish, March (whole time or 2/4). A Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The composition is attributed to John MacDonald (1821-1893) of Tiree, pipe major from 1840 -1849 of the 79th (Cameron) Highlanders. See also his compositions "79th's Farewell to Gibralter" and "Dornoch Links."

Additional notes

Printed sources : - David Glen (David Glen's Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music, Book 10), p. 27. Moffat (Dance Music of the North), 1908; No. 52, p. 23.

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