Tullyveolan March

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X:1 T:Tullyveolan March M:C L:1/8 R:March Q:”Bold and firm.” C:J. Scott Skinner (1843-1927) S:Skinner – Harp and Claymore (1904) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D A2d2c2B2 | A2 B>c d2e2 | f2 f>g a2d2 | (f4 e2) A2 | A2d2c2B2 | A2 B>c d2 e2 | f>ga>b a2 g>f |1 {d/f/}(e4d2) z2 :|2 (e4d2) A>B |: c2d2e2f2 | g6c2 | d2e2f2g2 | a6 a2 | b3b a3a | a3g f2d2 | B>cd>e f2 {f}g>f |1 (e4d2) A>B :|2 (e4d>)edB || P:”Trio” K:G (G4 G>)ed>B | (G4 G>)ed>B | G2A2B2d2 | g>d (3dcB A>ed>B | (G4G>)ed>B | (g4g>)fg>a | b>f (3age d>g B>e |1 (d2F2G>)ed>B :|2 (d2F2G4) ||



TULLYVEOLAN MARCH. Scottish, March (4/4 time). D Major (‘A’ and ‘B’ parts): G Major (‘C’ part). Standard tuning (fiddle). AA’BB’CC’. Composed by Scottish fiddler-composer J. Scott Skinner (1843-1927). 'Tullyveolan' is a fictional setting in Sir Walter Scott's (1771-1832) novel Waverly (1814) modeled after Craighall, Perthshire, the residence of Major-General Clerk Rattray, the seat of Clan Rattray, and set his novel Waverley (1814) in nearby Tullyveolan, Perthshire. When his publishers (Ballantyne's) business failed, the book helped restore his fortunes after losing all.


Additional notes



Printed sources : - Skinner (Harp and Claymore), 1904; p. 35.



See also listing at :
See the handwritten scores by arrangers Adolph L. Roloff and Gavin Grieg at the Univer. of Aberdeen's Scott Skinner site [1][2]



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