Willie Brew'd a Peck o' Maut

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 Theme code Index    51H64 661H6
 Also known as    Bill Hall's (2), Miss Forbes' Farewell to Banff
 Composer/Core Source    Allan Masterton
 Region    Scotland
 Genre/Style    Scottish
 Meter/Rhythm    Air/Lament/Listening Piece
 Key/Tonic of    E
 Accidental    3 flats
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    4/4
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 Structure    AB
 Editor/Compiler    James Johnson
 Book/Manuscript title    Scots Musical Museum vol. 3
 Tune and/or Page number    p. 301
 Year of publication/Date of MS    1790
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Played by: Chris Burgmann
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Image: The best of all Burns's bacchanalian pieces.
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Willie Brewd a Peck o Maut





X:1 C:Page 20 T:Willy Brew'd a Peck o' Maut. MBe.40 A:England;Cumbria;Towcett B:Matthew Betham MS, Towcett Cumbria, 1815 Z:VMP - Hugh Taylor, 2012 T:Miss Forbes' Farewell to Banff,aka. MBe.40 T:Bill Halls #2,aka. MBe.40 M:C L:1/8 Q:1/2=100 R: K:G V:1 clef=treble name="1." [V:1] GA|B2 Bd cBAG|B2 d2 e2 g2|d2 de dBAG|B2 A2 A2 GA| BABd cBAG|B2 d2 e2 g2|d2 de dBAG|B2 G2 G2:| |:ef|gega gfed|efge edcB|c2 ce cBAG|B2 A2 A2 "crots in MS"G/A/| BABd cBAG|"^Qu's in MS"B2 d2 e2 g2|"^NB3"d2 de cBAG|B2 G2 G2:|

X:2 T:Willie Brew'd a Peck o' Maut M:C L:1/8 N:"This melody was composed by Allan Masterton in 1789 N:He was one of the "three merry boys" mentioned in Burns' N:glorious song; William Nicoll, High School, Edinburgh, and N:the Poet were the other two." B:Manson - Hamilton's Universal Tune Book vol. 1 (1853, p. 161) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:Eb V:1 clef=treble name="2." [V:1] G>A|B2 (e>c) (c>B)(A>G)|c3 f (ed)(cB)|B3c (B<G)F>E|G2 (F>G) F2 (G>A)| B2 (ec) (cB)(AG)|c2 (f>e) (ed)(cB)|e2 (d>c) B2 (d/c/)(B/A/)| G2 (F>G) E3||g|(f>e)(d>c) (c>B)(A>G)|(c>B) (c>>de/4) (AG)(F>E)| (A>G) (A>>Bc/4) (B<G)FE|G2 (F>G) F2 (g>a)|(b<g) (e>>fg/4) c3e| (c/B/A/G/) Bd e3c|(B<G)F>E (F>G) (A>>Bc/4)|G2 (F>G) E2||