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Argyllshire Workshop
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(10-05-2021, 10:48 AM)Alcluith Wrote:
(09-05-2021, 11:03 PM)nigelgatherer Wrote: I tried to buy it, Drew, but it seems sold out. What's fur ye will no go by ye.

Nigel/John,

I have included the content of the book, if there is anything you want from it let me know and I can copy it for you,

Drew

Hi Drew and Nigel.  Your book is a different one from mine, Drew, looking at the list of tunes.  My pipe score book has around 100 tunes.  if you wanted to use any, Nigel, I can transcribe them into standard notation (and mandolin TAB should you want this - I am not a TAB user, but Musescore allows me to create a TAB stave from the standard notation).  Many very well-known ones in both of the books. 

John
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#12
Hi John

Yes I use Musescore as well, I am somewhere between dots and tabs so I tend to use tabs when transcribing as its easer to remove the tabs later that adding them. I am sure that you told me that with pipe music, you look at the last notes and if its a D or A then transpose using these keys, so that's what I tend to do. Nigel sorry if it was you who told me but like John if there are any tunes you would like to use I can transpose them for you.



Drew
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#13
Nigel

Came across this tune in The Session. Not sure if it would suit your planned workshop or not, but the right theme.


Alcluith


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Thanks, Alcluith. It would have been perfect but, well, I don't like it very much. As a matter of fact, I had a similar idea and composed a tune called The S S Linnet, named after a vessel which served the Crinan Canal from 1866 to 1929. 

All the music for the workshop is done now, and can be downloaded from

http://www.nigelgatherer.com/workshops/m...ter16.html

I spent a lot of time on the selection, and I'm pleased with the outcome.
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