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Archibald MacDonald

Traditional Scottish air first published by the fiddler Captain Simon Fraser (1773-1852). The MacDonalds of Keppoch were a very distinguished branch of the Clan Macdonald who supported the losing side in the Jacobite risings in the 18th century. Tune is played twice with variations, with a four-bar interlude.

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Traditional Scottish air first published by the fiddler Captain Simon Fraser (1773-1852). The MacDonalds of Keppoch were a very distinguished branch of the Clan Macdonald who supported the losing side in the Jacobite risings in the 18th century. Tune is played twice with variations, with a four-bar interlude. The plaintive melody is very well suited to harp. Arrangement is two pages in length and presented in two keys, E and D minor, on 11x17 paper. Fingerings and placing brackets are inserted throughout. Playable on a 30-string lever harp or pedal harp and requires no lever changes. Eight pedal changes are marked.

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