Royal Scots Polka

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X:1 % T: Royal Scots Polka T: Polka, D C: Donald Shaw Ramsey L: 1/16 F: http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/users/p/pfackler/www/Music/CBTunes.abc&X=20&T=ROYALSCOTSPOLKA M: C K: D |: (3A2B2c2| d4c2d2 B4A4| d4A2d2 f8| e4g2e2 c4e2c2| A2c2e2f2 g4f2e2| d4c2d2 B4A4| d4A2d2 f4e2f2| g2e2e2c2 A2c2e2g2| f4d4 d4:| |: f2g2| a6g2 f4d4| A4d4 f2a2e2f2| g6e2 c4e4| A2c2e2f2 g4f2g2| [1 a6f2 d6e2| f2a2f2e2 d6A2| B4g2f2 e4c2A2| d8 d4:| [2 a2g2g2f2 f2e2e2d2| d2c2B2A2 a4e2f2| g2e2e2c2 A2c2e2g2| f4d4 d4|] D: Wendy MacIsaac, That's What You Get, WMT004



ROYAL SCOTS POLKA. Scottish, Pipe Polka (cut time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). A four-part polka composed by Pipe Major Willie Denholm, the First Battalion, The Royal Scots, a military pipe band (it is sometimes mistakenly credited to Donald Shaw Ramsey, in whose collection it appears). It was adapted for country dancing by bandleader and accordionist Jimmy Shand.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: - CBS ‎SPR 60, Jimmy Shand Jr. & His Band - "Scottish Party" (1971). Parlophone F3501 (78 RPM), Jimmy Shand and His Band. WMT002, Wendy MacIsaac – “That’s What You Get” (1998?).

See also listing at:
Hear versions by Prince Edward Island groups at Bowing Down Home [1]



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