Annotation:Mary Bain's Wedding

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X: 4 T: Mary Bain's Wedding T:My Ain Hoose M: 6/8 L: 1/8 K: D A|:F2D DED|dcB A2G|F2D DEF|G2FE2z| F2D DED|dcBA2G|F2D ECE|D3D3:| |:D2EF2F|A2F FFF|G2E EFG|A2DD2B| B2c dcB|A2GF2d|FDF ECE|D3-D3:|

MARY BAIN'S WEDDING. AKA - "Posadh piuhar jain bhain." AKA and see "Long John's Wedding." Scottish, Jig or March (6/8 time). A Mixolydian (MacDonald): D Major (Shand). Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. "Mary Bain's Wedding" was published as "Long John's Wedding" by Francis O'Neill in his Music of Ireland (1903, No. 1018). Set in 3/4 waltz time the tune is known as "My Own House/My Ain Hoose." See also the minor-mode Scottish relative "John Bain's Sister's Wedding."

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Printed sources : - Donald MacDonald (A Collection of Quicksteps, Strathspeys, Reels, and Jigs arranged for the Highland Bagpipe), 1828; pp. 60-61 (as "Posadh piuhar jain bhain"). Anne Shand (Old Scottish Music), 1932; No. 1, p. 15.

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