Rose of Tennessee (The)
X: 1 % T: Kenloch Jig T: Jig, G L: 1/16 M: 6/8 K: G |: d2c2| B6 B2G2E2| D2G2B2 d6| c2e4 d2B2G2| c6 c4B2| c2d2c2 c2A2F2| D2F2A2 c2B2c2| [1 d2e2d2 d2B2G2| B6 B2:| [2 d2e2d2 c2B2A2| G6 G4|] g2| b6 g6| d2e2d2 B4G2| D2G2B2 D2G2B2| c6 c2B2c2| a6 f6| d2e2d2 B4c2| d2e2d2 c2B2A2| B4c2 d4g2| g2b2a2 g4e2| d2e2d2 B4G2| D2G2B2 D2G2B2| c6 c2B2c2| a6 f6| d2e2d2 B4c2| d2e2d2 c2B2A2| G6 G2|| D: Buddy MacMaster, Glencoe Hall, BM-91 D: Brenda Stubbert, In Jig Time!, Celestial Entertainment 001 (as The Grand Mira, by Mickey Gillis & Angus MacDougall
ROSE OF TENNESSEE, THE. AKA and see "Grand Mira (The)," "Kenloch Jig," "Mist Over Tennessee” Canadian, Jig (6/8 time). Canada; Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’BB’. The tune is called “Kenloch Jig” or "Grand Mira (The)" by Cape Breton Island musicians. The composition is credited to Mickey Gillis and Angus MacDougall who lived in the town of Grand Mira, divided into North and South by the Mira River.