Tarves Trippers (The)

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X: 1 T: The Tarves Trippers C:J. Murdoch Henderson R:Strathspey Q: 128 F:http://www.john-chambers.us/~jc/music/abc/mirror/BruceShawyer/strathspey/Tarves_Tripper.abc K:F M:4/4 L:1/16 |:B2|Ac3 c3f a3f cA3|F3A c3F ((3E2F2G2) ((3B2c2d2) |EG3 G3a g3c eb3|a3f c3B ((3A2B2c2) ca3| Ac3 c3f a3f cA3|F3A c3F ((3E2F2G2) ((3B2c2d2) |cA3 f3e dB3 g3f|((3e2d2c2) fgag f6 f2| bagf c3B Af3 fa3|F3f a3f ((3e2g2c2) b4|Ac3 f3e dB3 g3f|((3e2f2g2) ((3g2a2b2) ((3a2f2a2) ((3g2e2c2) | bagf c3B Af3 fa3|F3f a3f ((3e2g2c2) b4|((3c2A2c2) ((3a2g2f2) ((3d2B2d2) ((3d2g2f2) |((3e2d2c2) fgag f6:|

TARVES TRIPPERS, THE. Scottish, Highland Schottische or Strathspey. F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed in 1933 by Aberdeen fiddler and composer J. Murdoch Henderson (1902-1970), called the greatest exponent of the Scottish fiddle in the 20th century. Henderson dedicated the tune "To Aul' Jamie Morrison", an Aberdeen violinist and dancing master. Winston Fitzgerald (1914-1987, Cape Breton) [Cranford].

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Cranford (Winston Fitzgerald), 1997; No. 152, p. 61. Henderson (Flowers of Scottish Melody), 1935.

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