Bonnie Dundee - Hot Punch (Medley) Brass Band Score and Parts PDF
Brass Band - Digital Sheet Music

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Composed by Traditional Scottish Tunes. Arranged by Brendan Elliget MAGA 537. Folk. Score and parts. 28 pages. BJE Music #4366408. Published by BJE Music (A0.750894).

This medley of two Scottish tunes (Jigs) for Brass Band is suitable for Bagpipe accompaniment.


"Bonnie Dundee" is the title of a poem and a song written by Walter Scott in 1825 in honor of John Graham, 7th Laird of Claverhouse, who was created 1st Viscount Dundee in November 1688, then in 1689 led a Jacobite rising in which he died, becoming a Jacobite hero. [Wikipedia]


This Scottish jig, also known as "Orange and Blue", can be traced back to Niel Gow's Complete Repository of 1817. Orange and blue were the colors of the Dutch House of Orange.

Grade = 3   Duration = 1:40 mins  The MP3 was recorded with NotePerformer 3.

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