Splinter Mcleod's Jig

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T:Splinter Mcleod's Jig
% NFF Book 2023
% Bush Traditions recording played by Ray Mulligan
S:collected from Norm McConnell, Echlin South, Vic, fiddler
S:collected by John Meredith, NLA Bib ID 2066986
N:This is a version of the waltz "Viennese Nights" collected from Harry Cotter, Binalong, NSW
B:J Meredith, R Covell, & P Brown, Folk Songs of Australia Vol 2, UNSW Press, 1987, p311
Bc^c|"G"d2e d2B/A/|G3 GDG|B2d cAF|"D"D3 D2G|
"Am"A2G A2B|c3 cBc|"C"e2d "D7"e2d|1"G"B3Bc^c:|2"G"G3G2||
|:A|"G"BD>E D2A|BD>E D2B|"Am"A2B c2e|"D7"d3- d2c|
"G"BD>E D2A|BD>E D2B|"Am"A2B "D7"c>BA|"G"G3G2:|
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John Meredith records that McConnel learnt this tune from Scottish
piper and drummer 'Splinter' McLeod, at Noorat sometime in the
1920s.  The original is undiscovered as yet but Splinter McCloud's
forebears came from the Hebrides and they may have brought it with

Splinter Mcleod's Jig - played by Ray Mulligan

Additional Information

Additional information may be available on the following people or organisations associated with the collection of this tune:
| John Meredith | Norm McConnell |