Sandy Bell's Hornpipe

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|2 FG^GA dAFA| (3FG^G Ad (3FG^G Ad|\

BAGB AGF2| E2c2d4 :|

SANDY BELL'S HORNPIPE. Scottish, Shetland; Hornpipe (4/4 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. Modern composition by Shetland fiddler Rob Smith of Burra Isle. The hornpipe is a relatively recent stylistic addition to the Shetland repertory, but the title honors the famous pub and folk music venue Sandy Bells, Edinburgh, where Smith frequently played (along with fellow Shetland musician and composer Ronnie Jamieson) while attending university in the city in the 1970's.

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