Bonnie Galloway For Bagpipes
by Traditional
Bagpipe - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22465264
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Bagpipes Solo - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1196552

By Martin Hay. By Traditional. Arranged by Martin Hay. Celtic,Early Music,Folk,Historic,Irish,Traditional. Individual part. 1 pages. Martin Hay #795711. Published by Martin Hay (A0.1196552).

"Bonnie Galloway" is a traditional Scottish song that dates back to the 18th century. It is a lively and upbeat tune that celebrates the beauty and charm of Galloway, a region in southwest Scotland. The song is often played at Scottish gatherings and events, and its catchy melody and catchy lyrics make it a favorite among musicians and audiences alike. The lyrics tell the story of a young man who falls in love with a bonnie lass from Galloway and decides to make her his bride. The song's upbeat rhythm and energetic melody capture the excitement and joy of the young couple's courtship, making it a beloved and enduring part of Scottish music tradition.

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