X: 0
T: The Linton Ploughman
T: 8x32J2
O: RSCDS 5-6
B: RSCDS 5-6
N: Collected in Peeblesshire
R: jig
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K:
X: 1
P: the Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre
R: jig
B: RSCDS 5-6
Z: 1997 by John Chambers
B: In Oswald's "Curious Scots Tunes" 1742
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: D
dcB \
| "D"A>AA AAA AAA A
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: EDor
|: "Em"BGE EFE | "D"AFD DFA | "Em"BGE EFE | "D"FGF d3 \
| "Em"BGE EFE | "D"AFD DFA | "G"dcB "A"cBA | "Bm"BAF d3 :|
|| "Bm"{Bc}d2B BdB | "A"c2A AcA | "Bm"d2B BdB | dBd "A"e2f \
| "Bm"d2B BdB | "D"A2F FGF | "Em"BGE EFE | "D"FGF d3 ||
|| "Bm"{Bc}d2B BdB | "A"c2A AcA | "Bm"d2B BdB | dBd "A"efg \
| "D"agf "A"gfe | "Bm"fed "A"edc | "G"dcB "A"cBA | "Bm"BAF d3 |]
X: 3
P: Stan Chapman's Jig (Willie's Trip To Toronto)
O: attr. Jerry Holland
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
Z: 1997 by John Chambers
N: Origin of the name, from fiddleinspain@thesession.org:
N: [Stan told me that he] was touring Cape Breton with some young fiddlers
N: and dropped in to see Jerry Holland. Jerry played him a jig and Stan
N: liked it so much he asked if he could have the dots so he could teach
N: it to his students. He toured/played/taught for the next year or so
N: and then met a fiddler who played him the same tune. When Stan identified
N: it by the name he’d been given (Willie’s Trip to Toronto?), the fiddler
N: looked at him funny and told him it was called Stan Chapman’s... That
N: was the first time he found out it had been renamed in his honour! I’m
N: pretty sure Stan still has the handwritten copy with the original title
N: somewhere.
K: A
F \
| "A"E3 EFA | "E"B3 Bce | "A"fea fec | ecA "E"BAF \
| "A"E3 EFA | "E"B3 Bce | "A"fea fec | "E"ecA "A"A2 :|
y f \
| "A"e2e ecA | "D"f2-f fga | "A"fec "E"BAB | "F#m"cAF "D"F2f \
| "A"e2e ecA | "D"f2-f fga | "A"fec "E"BAB | "A"cAA A2 |]
y f \
| "A"e2e ecA | "D"f2-f fga | "A"fec "E"BAB | "F#m"cAF "D"F2f \
| "A"ecA ecA | "D"fdf fga | "A"fec "E"BAB | "A"cAA A2 |]
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