Wedding March from Unst

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 Theme code Index    112 335
 Also known as    Unst Bridal March, Unst Wedding March, Brides March from Unst
 Composer/Core Source    
 Region    Scotland
 Genre/Style    Shetland/Orkney
 Meter/Rhythm    March/Marche
 Key/Tonic of    A
 Accidental    3 sharps
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    3/4
 History    SCOTLAND(Shetland/Orkney)
 Structure    AAB
 Editor/Compiler    Tom Anderson
 Book/Manuscript title    Haand Me Doon da Fiddle
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 28
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1979
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X:1 T:Brides March from Unst S:John Stickle (1875-1957, Unst and Lerwick) N:Collected July, 1946, by Pat Shaw for Stickle N:at Baltasound, Unst. M:3/4 L:1/8 Q:"Moderate" B:Pat Shuldham Shaw - "Folk Music and Dance in Shetland" B:Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, vol. V, No. 2, 1947, p. 79. Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:G g2|G2G2A2|B4d2|ef {gf}g2 {Bc}B2|AG !fermata!A2 {fgf}g>e| d2G2 GA|B2d2 Ac|{Bc}B2G2G2|G4:|{gf}g2|e2d2 {gf}g2| e2d2 {gf}g2|e2d2g2|e4 d2|e>>f {gf}g2d2|e>>f {gf}g2 d2| e>>f {gf}g2g2|g4 B2|{cd}c2c2 BA|B2d2d2|ef {gf}g2 {Bc}B2| AG !fermata!A2 {fgf}g>e|d2G2 G>A|B2d2 Ac|{Bc}B2G2G2|G4||

X:1 T:Unst Bridal March M:3/4 L:1/8 R:March O:Shetland B:Anderson - Haand Me Down da Fiddle (1979, p. 28) K:G g2|G2G2A2|B4 d2|ef {gf}g2 {Bc}B2|AG !fermata!A2 {fgf}g>e|d2G2 GA| B2d2 Ac|{Bc}B2G2G2|G4::{gf}g2|(e2d2) {gf}g2| (e2d2) {gf}g2|(e2d2)g2|e4 d2|e>f {gf}g2d2|e>f {gf}g2d2| e>f {gf}g2g2|g4 B2|{Bc}c2c2 BA|B2d2d2|ef {gf}g2 {Bc}B2| AG !fermata!A2 {fgf}g>e|d2G2 G>A|B2d2 Ac|{Bc}B2G2G2|G4||

X: 1 T: UNST BRIDAL MARCH S: Steven Spence, Baltasound R: march, waltz B: Haand me doon da fiddle, 1979 Z: 2012 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> M: 3/4 L: 1/8 K: A a2 |\ A2 A2 B2 | c4 e2 | fg {af}a2 {cd}c2 | BA HB2 {g}a/g/a/f/ |\ e2 A2 AB | c2 e2 Bd | {cd}c2 A2 A2 | A4 :| {ag}ua2 |\ (vf2 e2) {ag}a2 | (f2 e2) {ag}a2 | (f2 e2) a2 | f4 e2 |\ f>>g {ag}a2 e2 | f>>g {ag}a2 e2 | f>>g {ag}a2 a2 | a4 c2 | {de}d2 d2 cB | c2 e2 e2 | fg {ag}a2 {cd}c2 | BA HB2 {g}a/g/a/f/ |\ e2 A2 AB | c2e2 Bd | c2 A2 A2 | A4 |] % %%begintext align % Whenever a weddin wis held ida auld days dey always had a fiddler % ta lead da procession. Dis t\"un wis \"osed in Unst te lead da wedding % company fae da kirk efter da couple wis married. Dere were very % few roads danadays, so mony a time da company hed to buks ower % broos an hedder an sometimes it wis a job fir da fiddler to keep % on playin. Dey still d\"o dis in Norrowa bit dere in some places % dye play upo da Hardanger fiddle. % % We're written baith wweddin t\"uns twa wyes because at wan time dey % maybe were played wi da twa back strings raised. So du can try % baith wyes an plaise deesel which wye du plays dem. % %%endtext