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Blue Sausage Island

Bluesaussis
Cliff Stapleton
= 200
Dm Am Dm Am Dm

Am Dm Am Dm

Am Dm Dm Dm

Am Dm

Am Dm Am

Dm F 1 Dm Am 2 Dm Am
Blue Snausages
Badly-remembered version of Cliff Stapleton’s Bluesassis

4
4
Da Blue Yowe
Fredemann Stickle (Shetland)

4
4
Bluebell Polka

2
4
3 3

3
3

3
The Bluebell polka
ABACA England
A

4
4

3
Blueberry Bonnach
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

6
8

2
Blueberry Bonnach
Paul S. Cranford (20th Century Cape Breton)

6
8

2
Blueberry Picker’s Clog
Bruce Osborne -- May 26 1991

2
4

3
3
3

Bluebird Schottische
D

A7 3
3 3

3 3 3 3
D A7

3 3

D A A E7

3
E7 E7 A A

3
3 3 3 3
A E7 A E7 A
Bluegrass Valley Waltz
Bruce Osborne -- April 6 1991
3
3
4

3 3

3
3

3 3 3

3 3

3 3
3

Bluesaussis
Blue Sausage Island
Cliff Stapleton

1 2
The Boanny polka
Shetland

4
4

Boarischer
Bad Ischl

2
4
Boarischer
Innviertel

2
4

1 2
Boarischer - schottisch/schottische/scottish
traditionell

2
4

1 2
Boarischer - schottisch/schottische/scottish
1. Teil traditionell, 2.Teil bearbeitet von Sepp Pichler

2
4
Boarischer - schottisch/schottische/scottish
Simon Wascher

2
4
Boarischer - schottisch/schottische/scottish

2
4

2 Dacapo

3
Boarischer - schottisch/schottische/scottish

2
4
Boateman
= 95
6
8

Ye gales that gently wave the sea


And please the canny
Boat-man
Bear me frae hence, or bring to me
My brave, my bonny
Scot-man
In haly bands we join’d our hands
Yet may this not
discover
While parents rate a large estate
Before a faithfu’
lover
Boatie Rows
A D A7/e D/f+ G D
4
4

E7 A7 D A7/e D/f+ G

D/a A7 D B 3 D A7

D Em d A7/c+

D G D G Em A7 D
Boatman

6
8

Bob and Joan. TLY.005


Bobbing Joan. TLY.005
England.
= 150
*
3
4
Bob and Joan. TLY.005
Bobbing Joan. TLY.005
England.
= 150
*
3
4

Bob And Joan. TLY.065


Bobbing Joan. TLY.065
England.
= 300
3
2
Bob And Joan. TLY.065
Bobbing Joan. TLY.065
England.
= 300
3
2
Bob Horn’s Hornpipe.WM.005
England
= 180
4
4

Needs Csharp in bar 6 |]


Bob Horn’s Hornpipe.WM005
England
= 200
4
4
Bob Johnston
Scotland

3 3 3
3

3
3
Bob McQuillan’s
Aly Bain

1 2

1 2
Bobbin Mill Reel
D G A D

4
4

Em A D G A

G A D G Dv1

G Dv1 G Dv1

E A G Dv1 G D

G Dv1 1 E A 2 A D
BOBBING JOAN

3
2

Bobbing Joan
England

3
2
Bobbing Joan. BC.45
England
= 100
6/8 in MS
3
4

Bobbing Joan. BC.45


England
= 100
6/8 in MS
3
4
Bobbing Joan. JC.059
England
= 110
3
4

Song text exists.(or not). See Deacon.

Bobbing Joe
= 110
6
8
Bobbing Joe

6
8
Bobby Casey’s
The Crosses of Annagh
Michael Dwyer’s
The Hump in the Bed
Michael Dwyer
Bobby Casey’s

4
4

3
1 2

3
Bobby Casey’s
Bobby Casey’s
Michael Dwyer

4
4
Bobby Casey’s

4
4

3
1 2

Bobby Casey’s
Ireland

4
4
Bobby Casey’s #1

4
4

3
3

3 3

3 3

3
Bobby Casey’s Hornpipe

4
4

3 3

3
Bobby Casey’s Hornpipe

3
3

Bobby Casey’s Hornpipe

4
4

3
Bobby Casey’s Hornpipe
The Humours of Tullycrine
Chuir Me/ Feisteas Ar Mo Theachsa

4
4

1 2

1 2
Bobby Casey’s Hornpipe

4
4

3
Bobby Casey’s2

4
4
Bobing Joan

4
4

Bobing Joan. JWDM.33


Bobbing Joan. JWDM.33
England
= 200
*
4
4
Boda y entierru contrastaos
Tradicional (Teberga)
= 60
3
8

1 2
Boddington
Composed by Gavin Atkin
= 90
A7 D A G A
6
8
3
D A G A D A

3 3
G A G A G D

F m G A

D A7 F m

G A G Bm A D
Boeing 707

4
4
Boeing 747 - scottish/schottisch/schottische
Ivan Karvaix

2
4
Bog an Lochain
3

1 3 2

1 2

3 3

3
1 2

3 3
Bog an Lochan

2
Bog an Lochan

2
Bog Cotton

4
4

1 2
Bogallan
= 88

2
Bogey Reel

4
4

2
Boggy Brays
Em A Em A
Em D C Bm7
4
4

D
Em A C F

C
B7 b Em D A Em

Em Bm A G

Bm
A Em G A Em
Boil ’Em Cabbage Down
D G D A7 D

2
4

G A7 1 D 2 D

D D

A7 D G A7 D
Boil the Breakfast Early
Boil the Breakfast Early
Boil the Breakfast Early

3 3
variations 3

3
Boil the Breakfast Early
Boil The Kettle Early

4
4

3
Boil the Kettle Early
Bol d’air (R. Robert)

3
4
The Bold Belfast Shoemaker
= 100
6
8

Come all you true born Irishmen wherever you may be


I hope you’ll pay attention and listen unto me
I am a bold shoemaker, Sam Irwin is my name
And to my great misfortune I enlisted in the train

I had a fair young sweetheart, Jane Wilkin was her name


She said it grieved her heart full sore to see me in the train
She told me if I would desert to come and let her know
She would dress me up in her old clothes that I might go to and fro

We marched to Chapelizod like heroes stout and bold


I’ll be no more a slave to you my officer I told
For to work upon a Sunday with me does not agree
And the first chance that occurs to me, I’ll take my liberty
Encamped near Tipperary we soon got in command
For me and for me comrades bold one night on guard did stand
The night it being both wet and dark and so we did agree
That on that very night brave boys we’d take our liberty

The night that I deserted I had no place to go


I went into meadow and lay down in the hay
It was not long that I lay there till I awake again
And looking all around me, boys, I spied six of the train

We had a bloody battle and soon I beat them all


And loud the dastard cowards for mercy then did call
Saying spare our lives brave Irwin and we will follow thee
And by all that’s fair we will declare for you and liberty

As for George Clarke of Carrick I own he’s very mean


For the sake of thirty shillings he had me took again
They threw me in the guard house, me fate for to deplore
With four on every window, boys, and six on every door

On being in close confinement, I soon looked all around


I climbed out of a window and knocked four of them down
The light horse and the train me boys, they soon did follow me
But I kept me road before them and preserved my liberty

I next joined Father Murphy as you will plainly hear


And many’s the battle did we fight with his brave Shelmaliers
With four hundred of his croppy boys we battered Lord Mountjoy
And at the battle of New Ross we made ten thousand fly

I am a bold shoemaker, Sam Irwin is my name


I could beat as many Orangemen as ’listed in the train
I could beat as many Orangemen as would stand in a row
I’d make them fly before me like an arrow from a bow.
Bold Robert Emmet
= 100
3
4
The struggle is over, the boys are defeated,
Old Ireland’s surrounded with sadness and gloom,
We were defeated and shamefuIIy treated,
And I, Robert Emmet, awaiting my doom.
Hung, drawn and quartered, sure that was my sentence,
But soon I will show them no coward am I.
My crime is the love of the land I was born in,
A hero I lived and a hero I’ll die.

Chorus:
Bold Robert Emmet, the darling of Ireland,
Bold Robert Emmet will die with a smile,
Farewell companions both loyal and daring,
I’ll lay down my life for the Emerald Isle.

The barque lay at anchor awaiting to bring me


Over the billows to the land of the free;
But I must see my sweetheart for I know she will cheer me,
And with her I will sail far over the sea.
But I was arrested and cast into prison,
Tried as a traitor, a rebel, a spy;
But no man can call me a knave or a coward,
A hero I lived and a hero I’ll die.

Chorus

Hark! I the bell’s tolling, I well know its meaning,


My poor heart tells me it is my death knell;
In come the clergy, the warder is leading,
I have no friends here to bid me farewell.
Goodbye, old Ireland, my parents and sweetheart,
Companions in arms to forget you must try;
I am proud of the honour, it was only my duty-
A hero I lived and a hero I’ll die.
Bold Robin Hood
Slow tr tr

tr
Bonaparte Crossing the Rocky Mountains

4
4

1 2

1 2
Bonaparte’s March
Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine
Napoleon Crossing the Rhine
Listowel
Bonaparte’s Retreat
Ireland
= 130
4
4

3
Bonaparte’s Retreat

3 3

1 2
3

3
3

3 3

3
1 3 2 3
3
Bonaparte’s Retreat

3
Bonaparte’s Retreat

3
The Bond Store

1 2

1 2
Boni Cate of Edinbrough (Bonny Kate of Edinboro’)

4
4
Boni Cate of Edinbrough (Bonny Kate of Edinboro’).HA02
England
= 130
4
4
Boniest(!) Lass In The World. BF14.05
England
= 140
4
4
Bonjour chère Pauline
France
= 160 = 80
4 6
4 8
Bonnets so Blue

6
8
Bonnets So Blue
AAB
A C G7 C
6
8

G7 C Dm G7 Am G7

C B G D7/a G/b D7/a G G7/f

C/e G7/d C b Am Am E7

Am G7 C C G7 C

Dm G7 C G

Am G7 C
Bonnets So Blue
AAB
A D A7 A7

6
8

A7 D A7

Bm A7 D B A E7

A A A7 D A7

D Bm Bm F 7 Bm A7

D D D

Em A7 D

Bm Em A7 D
Bonnie Anne

2
3 3

1 2
3
Bonnie Banchory
J.S.Skinner
A (E7)

A F m Bm E7 A

(E7) D E7

A A E7 A

B7 E7 A E7

F m C m D E7 A
Bonnie Dundee
F F B F C7
3
4

F F Gm C7

F F B F C7 F/c

C7 F B F F

F C7 C7 C7

C7 F F F

C7/g F/a B

F/c C7 F B F
Bonnie Isle o’ Whalsay
Shetland

4
4
Bonnie Kate
= 200

1 2

1 2
Bonnie Kate
Bonny Kate

3
1 2

3
2 Variations:

1 2

1 2

3
Bonnie Kate

1 2

1 2
Bonnie Kate

Bonnie Kate
Bonnie Kate
G D G C D G

4
4

G Em Am D G C 1 D

2 D G D G7 C

D G Em

Bm Em Am D G
Bonnie Kate
D D A7 D G

4
4

A7 G D D A7

D G A7 A7 D

D A Em A7

D A7 D

D A Em A7 A7 D
Bonnie Kate. ASH.02
England
= 140
4
4
Bonnie Susie Cleland
= 100
4
4

There lived a lady in Scotland


Hey my love, ho my joy
There lived a lady in Scotland
So dearly she loved me

There lived a lady in Scotland


She fell in love with an Englishman
Bonnie Susie Cleland, she’s to be burned in Dundee

The father to his daughter came


Will you forsake this Englishman?

If you will not this Englishman forsake


Then I will burn you at the stake
Where may I find a pretty little boy
To carry tokens to my joy

Bring to him this right hand glove


Tell him to find another love

Bring to him this wee pen knife


Tell him to find another wife

Bring to him this gay gold ring


Tell him I’m going to my burning

The father he put up the stake


The brothers the fire did make
Bonnie Susie Cleland, she was burned at Dundee
Bonny Ann
Scotland

2
4
Bonny Anne

1 2

1 2
Bonny Annie
Bonny at Morn
England

3
4
Bonny Breast Knot
= 160
2
2
Bonny Breast Knot
G C D G

4
4

G D7 G C D G D7

G G

Am D

G D7 G
Bonny Breast Knot
A
C Dm G7 C
4
4

C F
C G7 Am Dm G Am G7/b

C B C G7/b C Am

Dm Dm7/c G7/b

C G7/b C Am Dm G7 C
Bonny Breast Knot (Devon)
AAB
A
G D D D7 G D
4
4

B
D D A7

D A7 D

A7 D A7 D
Bonny Breast Notes.

2
4

Bonny Broom
= 180
2
2
Bonny Charlie
England

4
4
Bonny Charlie
Bonny Charlie. HSJJ.160
King of the Fairies,aka. HSJJ.160
King William of Orange,aka. HSJJ.160
England
= 150
4
4

hold
Bonny Charlie. HSJJ.160
King of the Fairies. HSJJ.160
King William of Orange. HSJJ.160
England
= 150
4
4

hold
Bonny Dundee
Scotland

6
8
Bonny Dundee
Scotland

6
8
Bonny Gordie. JMT.063
Bonny Geordie. JMT.063
England
= 200

Bonny Gordie. JMT063


Bonny Geordie. JMT063
England
= 200
Bonny Green Garters
BAAABCBC
A D G A7 3 D A/c+
6
8

Bm A7 D G A7 3

D A7 D B G D7/a

G/b C G A7 D7

G D7/a G/b C G

D7 G C G D/f+ Em D7 G D/f+

Em D7 G D7/a G/b C

G D7 G
Bonny Kate

4
4

1 3 2
Bonny Kate

2
4

1 2
Bonny Kate of Aberdeen

4
4
Bonny Kate of Aberdeen. JWDM.10
England

4
4
Bonny Laddie
A G D G Am

4
4

D7 G D7 G D/f+

Em Em
B C G

D G Am D

C G D G Em Em
Bonny Lads

2
4

Bonny Lads. JWDM.35


England
= 200
2
4
Bonny Lass of Fyfie
A G C G D G C G
4
4

G G Am D7

G G7 C

C G/d D7 G C G
Bonny Lass of Livingston
Bonny Lass of Livingston,The. HSJJ.034
?,aka. HSJJ.034
England
= 180
4
4
Bonny Lass of Livingston,The. HSJJ.034
? HSJJ.034
England
= 180
4
4
Bonny Lass To Marry Me,A. HSJJ.163
England
= 200
4
4

Bonny Lass To Marry Me,A. HSJJ.163


England
= 200
4
4
Bonny Lass To Marry Me. BF11.32
Browne A hand (England)
= 180
2
2

Bonny Lasses. JC.155


England
= 400
2
4

D.C.
Bonny Pit Laddie
Trad

6
8
Bonratty Reel

4
4

3
3

3
The Bonton
Scotland

2
4
Bonton,The. HSJJ.164
England
= 220
2
4
Bonton,The. HSJJ.164
England
= 220
2
4
The Boogie Reel
John Nolan
= 240

1 2

3 3

3
1 2
The Boogie Reel
John Nolan

1 2

1 2
Boolavogue

3
4
Boolavogue

3
4
Borlum’s Reel.

Born in St Johnstone and burn’d in Dundee


= 120
3
4
Borobridge Hornpipe (not available here)
England

Boston

6
8

1 2
Boston O’Connor
= 190 3 3
4
4

2
3

3
Botany Bay
= 100
4
4

Come all you men of learning,


And a warning take by me,
I would have you quit night walking,
And shun bad company.
I would have you quit night walking,
Or else you’ll rue the day,
You’ll rue your transportation, lads,
When you’re bound for Botany Bay.
I was brought up in London town
And a place I know full well,
Brought up by honest parents
For the truth to you I’ll tell.
Brought up by honest parents,
And rear’d most tenderly,
Till I became a roving blade,
Which proved my destiny.

My character soon taken was,


And I was sent to jail,
My friends they tried to clear me,
But nothing could prevail.
At the Old Bailey Sessions,
The Judge to me did say,
"The Jury’s found you guilty, lad,
So you must go to Botany Bay."

To see my aged father dear,


As he stood near the bar,
Likewise my tender mother,
Her old grey locks to tear;
In tearing of her old grey locks
These words to me did say,
"O Son! O Son! What have you done
That you’re going to Botany Bay?"

It was on the twenty eighth of May,


From England we did steer,
And, all things being safe on board
We sail’d down the river, clear.
And every ship that we pass’d by,
We heard the sailors say,
"There goes a ship of clever hands,
And they’re bound for Botany Bay."
There is a girl in Manchester,
A girl I know full well,
And if ever I get my liberty,
Along with her I’ll dwell.
O, then I mean to marry her,
And no more to go astray;
I’ll shun all evil company,
Bid adieu to Botany Bay.
Both Meat and Dhrink
Ed Reavy

6
8

1 2
Bottom of the Punch Bowl
A
D D Em
4
4

A7 D D

G A7 D B D

D Em A7

D D

G A7 D
The Bottom of the punch bowl
Scotland

4
4
Bouffard’s Waltz
Patrick Bouffard

3
4
Boulevard Garibaldi

2
4
Boulevard Garibaldi - bourree

2
4
Bounce,The. HSJJ.075
England
= 200
2
4
Bounce,The. HSJJ.075
England
= 200
2
4

Bouree a six de Briantes

2
4
Bouree de Concours
= 100
2
4
Bourrée
France

3
4
Bourrée
France

2
4
Bourrée
France

3 1

1 2
Bourrée
France
= 240
3
4

Bourrée
France

2
4
Bourrée
France

1
Bourrée
France

4
4
Bourrée (slow)
France

3
4

1 2

1 2
Bourrée à Durin
Serge Durin (France)
1 2

2
4

1 2

Bourrée à Malochet
Trad. (France)
1 2
2
4

2
Bourrée des Gars
Trad. (France)

3
4
Bourrée in 2/4 #5
France

2
4
Bourrée in 3/8
France

3
8
Bourrée Jess Abrahams
Bob Tyson (England)

3
4

1 2

Copyright Bob Tyson


Bourrée Norbert Dentressangle
Andy Hornby & John Mabson (England)

2
4

1 2

1 2

Copyright Andy Hornby & John Mabson 7.4.97


Bourree

2
4

1 2
Bourree

3
8
Bourree
Simon Wascher

2
4
Bourree
Eveline Giradon

3
8

1 2
Bourree
France
= 115
3
8
Bourree

2
4

Coda
Bourree
Jean Blanchard

3
8
Bourree (2 time)

2
4

1 2

1 2
Bourree (2 time)
= 50
3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourree (2 time)

2
4

1 2
Bourree (2 time)
= 70
2
4

1
Bourree (2 time)
= 250
2
4

1 2

1 2
Bourree (2 time)
= 50
2
4
Bourree (3 time)
= 80
3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourree (3-time)
= 45
3
8

1 2
Bourree a Berot

2
4

1 2

1 2

Bourree a Huit

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourree a Huit

3
8

Bourree a Jenzat
Traditional
= 240
2
4

1 2
Bourree a Malochet

2
4

1 2
Bourree a Mouret

2
4
Bourree a quatre du Carni
trad. (France)
= 180
3
8
Bourree Aurore Sand
= 250
2
4
Bourree de Brand

2
4
Bourree de Cusset
traditionell

2
4
Bourree de Gaston Pommier

2
4
Bourree de Thiers et de Saint Gervais

2
4
Bourree dite Aurore Sand

2
4
Bourree Droite - bourree
traditionell

3
8
Bourree droite du Pays Fort
trad. (France)
= 110
3
8
Bourree du Pere Duret

3
8

1 2

Bourree du Plaix
Mic Baudimant

3
8
Bourree Hansi

2
4
Bourree Liberte
Gisela Steinweg

2
4

1 2

Bourree Mouergue

2
4
Bourree Tournante

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée
trad (France)
= 110
3
8
Bourrée
Michael Praetorius (France)
= 110
4
4
Bourrée
MCTB 2/49

3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée
MCTB 1/40

3
8
Bourrée
MCTB 1/39

3
8

Bourrée
MCTB 2/42

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée
MCTB 1/54

3
8

Bourrée
MCTB 1/49

3
8
Bourrée
MCTB 1/50

3
8
Bourrée
MCTB 2/47

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée
MCTB 2/48

3
8

Bourrée
MCTB 2/45
1
3
8

1 2
Bourrée
trad (France)
= 190
3
4

Bourrée
MCTB 2/40

3
8
Bourrée (Moridon Cottet)
MCTB 1/37

3
8

Bourrée (E. Girardon)

3
8

1 2
Bourrée (La Vicoise)
MCTB 1/51

3
8

1 2

1 2 fin
Bourrée (Les ventres noirs)
MCTB 2/46

3
8

Bourrée (MC 74)

3
8
Bourrée - A demain (F. Paris)
F. Paris

3
8
Bourrée - Chez Robert (F. Paris)
F. Paris

3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée - Derrière chez nous


F. Paris

3
8
Bourrée - Derrière chez nous
F. Paris

3
8

Bourrée - L’alambic (N. Pignol)

3
8

1 2
Bourrée - La Bobine (Patrick Bouffard)

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée - La coccinelle (J. Blanchard)

3
8
Bourrée - La galette (F. Paris)
F. Paris

3
8

1 2
Bourrée - Le bord de l’ile
Trad 1, 25

3
8

Bourrée - Le fendeur
F. Paris

3
8

1 2
Bourrée - Les vignerons

3
8

Bourrée - Milkshake
MCTB 2/31

3
8
Bourrée - Où est passé le temps
F. Paris

3
8

Bourrée - Qu’il est doux de ne rien faire (V. Leutreau)


Trad 1, 104

3
8

1 2 3

3 1 2
Bourrée 1
France
= 220
3
4
Bourrée 2
France
= 220
2
4
Bourrée artée
France
= 220
3
4
Bourrée carrée de la Châtre
France
= 210
2
4

Bourrée carrée de St Chartier


France
= 120
2
4
Bourrée croisée de Glux
France
= 200
3
4

1 2
Bourrée d’Arleuf
trad (France)
= 220
3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée d’Armes
trad (France)
= 110
3
8
Bourrée d’Aumont
Trad 1, 15

3
8

Bourrée d’Egletons
France
= 120
3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée de Bethmale
trad (France)
= 120
2
4

1 2

Bourrée de Brand
trad. (France)
= 120
2
4
Bourrée de Brigueil
trad (France)
= 190
3
4

1 2
1 2

1
Bourrée de Corrèze
trad (France)
= 110
3
8

Bourrée de Creuse
trad (France)
= 120
3
8
Bourrée de l’éléphant jaune
Franco-German Band !! in Gennetines 98 (?)
= 250
G G Am G G G

3
4

Am G G G Am

G G G Am 1 Am 2 G
Bourrée de la Chapelotte
trad. (France)
= 120
3
8
Bourrée de la Marguerite de Gennes (version Esbelin/Pauvert)

3
8

Bourrée de la Marguerite de Gennes (version Roche/Breugnot)

3
8
Bourrée de Maurienges
MCTB 2/33

3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée de Maurienges

3
8
bourrée de Pontgibaud
trad (France)
= 110
3
8

Bourrée de Reyrac

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée de Royat
France
= 220
3
4

1 2
Bourrée de Saint Pierre
F. Paris

3
8
Bourrée de Saint Pierre
France
= 110
3
8

1 2
Bourrée de St. Priest-des-Champs

3
8

Bourrée de Veyssiére

3
8
Bourrée de Viplaix
France
= 130
2
4

Bourrée des Gars


France

3
8
Bourrée des Gars
Trad. (France)
= 220
3
4
Bourrée des jeunes
France
= 110
3
8
Bourrée des Monédières
France
= 210
3
4
Bourrée droite
France
= 110
3
8
Bourrée droite
Dour, Tablatures

3
8
Bourrée droite 08/15

3
8

Bourrée droite du Morvan


Trad 2, 38

3
8
Bourrée droite du Morvan
Trad 2, 39

3
8
Bourrée du gagne-pain
trad (France)
= 180
3
4
Bourrée du JO (C. Oller)
Trad 1, 52

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée du Meunier

3
8
Bourrée du Morvan
A(BC)4 Arrangement Ronan Keryell http://kazimodal.trad.org

A B
G G C D
3
4

G C D 1 G 2 G

D Em C D G

D Em C D 1 G

2 G C G Am Bm C

D G Am Bm C D

1 G 2 G D Em
C D G D

Em C D 1 G 2 G
Bourrée mussée
trad. (France)
= 115
3
8
Bourrée patinée
trad (France)
= 190
3
4

Bourrée patinée
France
= 210
3
4

1 2

1 2
Bourrée planière
Trad 3, 21

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée ronde de Sainte-Sévère
trad (France)
= 180
3
4

Bourrée solognote
France
= 220
3
8

1 2
Bourrée tournante des grandes poteries

3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée tournee a deux


trad. (France)
= 210
3
8
Bourrée tournee a trois
trad. (France)
= 240
3
8

Bourrée valsée d’Issoudun


France
= 120
3
8
Bourrée à Bergheaud

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée à Bonal

3
8
Bourrée à Bouscatel
MCTB 1/53

3
8

1 2

2
Bourrée à Cousset
France

2
4
Bourrée à Francois Vidalenc
Repertori 58

3
8

1 2
Bourrée à huit
trad (France)
= 100
3
8

1 2

1 2

Bourrée à Huit
France
= 105
3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée à Ranvier

3
8

1 2

1 2
Bourrée à Ribeyrolle 1 - La sabotée d’Aubrac

3
8

1 2
Bourrée à Ribeyrolle 2

3
8
Bourrée à Ribeyrolle 3

3
8
Bourrée à six de Briantes
trad (France)
= 150
2
4

1 2
Bourrée à Ythier

3
8

1 2
Bovaglie’s Plaid
J Scott Skinner
= 100
D A D A Bm

A D A E7 A

A D A E
3

3 3 3 3
A D A Bm E7 A
3 3 3

3
A D A A E

3 3 3
D A Bm A E7 A

3 3
Bow Legged Tailor

6
8
The Bowlegged Tailor

6
8
Box in the Case Arr Gary Blair
seamus O’Sullivan
Bm A Bm
3
4
4

F 7 Bm A 3

G D F 7 Bm
3

D Em A
3 3

D Em A7 Bm
3 3

A G D F 7 Bm

3
Boy in the Baskett,The. BF13.010
Long Room At Scarborough,aka. BF13.010
Bean Setting,aka. BF13.010
England
= 120
9
8

F in ms

!
Boy in the Baskett,The. BF14.10
Long Room At Scarborough(?). BF14.10
England
= 120
9
8

!
Boy in the Boat
Boy in the Boat
The Boy in the Boat
3 3

1 2

3
1 2
Boy in the Gap
Trad
= 160
4
4
The Boy in the Gap
The Boy in the Gaf

Variations:
3

3
The Boy in the Gap
The Boy in the Gaf

3 1 3

1 2
Boy’s Lament for His Dragan
(aka The 72nd Highlander’s Farewell)

= 300
4
4
Boyers Maggot. JB.36
Byer’s Maggott,aka. JB.36
England
= 160
4
4
Boyne Hunt

4
4
Boyne Hunt
Boyne Hunt
Perthshire Hunt
Miss Stirling, Scotland
= 200

2
The Boyne Hunt
Miss Stirling, Scotland

2
Boyne Water

tr

tr
Boyne,The.(A New Scotch March). HA13
= 160
4
4
Boys of Ballinahinch
Boys of Ballinahinch
Boys of Ballisodare
Boys of Ballisodare

9
8
Boys of Ballisodare
Boys of Ballisodare

9
8
The Boys of Ballisodare

9
8
The Boys of Ballisodare
Boys of Ballycastle
The Boys of Ballycastle

3
The Boys of Ballycastle
Leggett’s Reel
Boys of Ballysadare
= 130
9
8
The Boys of Ballysadare

9
8
The Boys of Ballysadare
The Boys of Ballysodare
The Dublin Lasses
1

2
Boys of Ballysodare
Boys of Ballysodare
= 200
The Boys of Belfast

1 2

1 2
Boys of Bluehill
Trad.
3

3
3

3
3
Boys of Bluehill

4
4
3

3
Boys of Bluehill

3
Boys of Bluehill
Trad

4
4
Boys of Bluehill
Ireland

4
4
3

3
3

3
Boys of Bluehill
D A7 D G

4
4
3
D G D A7

3
D A7 D D

A7 D A7

D G D

A7 D A7 D

3
Boys of Bluehill

3
Boys of Bluehill

4
4

3
1 2

3
The Boys of Bluehill
Traditional

3
The Boys of Bluehill

3
Variations:

3 3
3
3

3
3

3 3

3
The Boys of Bluehill

4
4
3

3
The Boys of Bluehill

4
4
3

3
The Boys of Kilsarne

4
4

3 3 3

3
Boys of Malin
Boys of Malin
= 200

1 2

2
Boys of Malin
The Boys of Malin

1 2

2
The Boys of Malin

2
The Boys of Malin

2
The Boys of Portaferry
The Sporting Boys
The Pullet

1 2

3
1

3 3
2 Variations:

1 2

1 2
Version 2:

1 2

3
3 3
2

3
The Boys of Sligo
The Convenience Reel
Mark McLoughlin’s
Olcan Masterson’s

1 2

2 Variations:

3
1 2

1 2
The Boys of Sligo
The Convenience Reel
Mark McLoughlin’s
Olcan Masterson

1 2

2 Variations:

3
1 2

1 2
Boys of Tanderagee
Dm C
6
8

Dm

C Dm Dm

Dm C Dm
Boys of Tandernagee

6
8
The Boys of Tandernagee
Trad

6
8
The Boys of Tandernagee
The Rollicking Boys around Tandernagee

6
8
The Boys of Tandernagee
The Rollicking Boys around Tandernagee

6
8
Boys of the 25

4
4

2
The Boys of the 25

1 2

2
Boys of the Lough

4
4
Boys of the Lough
Boys of the Lough
3
4
4

3
Boys of the Lough
= 200
4
4
Boys of the Lough
The Boys of the Lough
variations
Boys of the Town

6
8

2
Boys of the Town

6
8

2
Boys of the Town

6
8
Boys of the Town

6
8

2
The Boys of the Town

6
8
The Boys of the Town

6
8

2
The Boys on the Hilltop
The Hilltop
roll 2nd time

slide
The Boys on the Hilltop

variations

3
3

3 3

Bracken’s

6
8

1 2
Bradley’s
Jerry Holland, SOCAN (20th Century Cape Breton)
= 300
6
8
Brady’s

variation of 1st part


Brady’s Set #1
Lucy Farr

6
8