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T: Scotland 
C: Bill Monroe (Ky.)
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SCOTLAND . American, Reel (cut or whole time). USA, Kentucky. A Mixolydian. "Scotland " was composed by mandolinist Bill Monroe  (1911-1996), the "father of bluegrass," and recorded in April, 1958 with Kenny Baker and Bobby Hicks on twin fiddles.
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Recorded sources: -Bee Balm 302, “The Corndrinkers.” Decca 9 30739 (45 RPM), Bill Monroe (1958). Flying Fish FF 247, "Fiddle Fever" (1981).
See also listing at:
Jane Keefer's Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources 
Hear Bill Monroe and Kenny Baker play "Scotland" at youtube.com 
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