Traditional Laddie

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X: 1 T: Traditional Laddie T: Reel, A L: 1/16 M: C| K: A |: f2| e2d2c2B2 AAA2 A2f2| e2a2c2e2 f2B2B2a2| e2d2c2B2 AAA2 A2a2| e2d2c2B2 c2A2A2:| e2| f4f2a2 f4e2d2| c2B2c2e2 f2B2B2a2| A2B2c2d2 e4 e2a2| e2d2c2B2 c2A2A2| e2| f2g2a2g2 f4e2d2| c2B2c2e2 f2B2B2a2| A2B2c2d2 e4 e2a2| e2d2c2B2 c2A2A2 || D: Kinnon and Betty Beaton, Saturday Night Lively, KB20M98 D: Ray Ellis, More Like Me!, REC001, 1999



TRADITIONAL LADDIE. Canadian, Reel. Canada, Cape Breton. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Scottish fiddler-composer Robert Bremner’s (c. 1713–1789) “Highland Laddie (5)” bears some resemblance to this tune.


Additional notes
Source for notated version : - John Campbell, learned from his father Dan J. Campbell (Cape Breton) [Dunlay & Greenberg].

Printed sources : - Dunlay & Greenberg (Traditional Violin Music of Cape Breton Island), 1996; p. 57. Shears (Gathering of the Clans Collection), 1991; p. 47.

Recorded sources : - JC 124, John Campbell - “Cape Breton Violin” (1979. Appears as “Traditional Reel”). KB20M98, Kinnon and Betty Beaton - "Saturday Night Lively." REC001, Ray Ellis - "More Like Me!" (1999). Smithsonian Folkways Records, SFW CD 40507, The Beaton Family of Mabou – “Cape Breton Fiddle and Piano Music” (2004). STEPH 1-94, Stephanie Wills - “Tradition Continued” (1994. Appears as “Old Traditional Reel”).

See also listing at :
Alan Snyder's Cape Breton Fiddle Recordings Index [1]



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