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CanuckinGA
01-01-09, 01:50 AM
The lists of allowed 2/4 and 4/4 tunes for Grade 4 and Grade 5 band competitions have been published by EUSPBA and are available at their website (http://www.euspba.org/). Grade 4 bands will be required to select three tunes from the 2/4 list. Grade 5 Bands will be required to select three tunes from either the 4/4 or the 2/4 list. There is no time limit associated with the new sets. For 2009 only bands may choose to follow the new requirements or compete using the old QMM format of between 2min 45sec and 4min 30sec of march music of any time signature. Beginning in 2010 all bands must use the new format.


4/4 March Set - approved tunes for Grade 5 Band Competition:
1. Battle of Waterloo
2. Bluebells of Scotland
3. Caber Feidh
4. The Children – (First 2 Parts)
5. The Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
6. Dawning of the Day
7. Flett from Flotta
8. The Hills of Alva
9. Intercontinental [March] Gathering
10. Jack’s Welcome Home– (First 2 Parts)
11. Jimmy Findlater– (First 2 Parts)
12. Let Erin Remember
13. Lord Lovat’s Lament
14. Meeting of the Waters– (First 2 Parts)
15. The Minstrel Boy
16. Mrs. Flora Duncan – (First 2 Parts)
17. Murdo’s Wedding
18. Peter MacKenzie Warren– (First 2 Parts)
19. Pipe Major Robert Martin
20. The Rowan Tree
21. Scotland Is My Ain Hame
22. Wearing of the Green
23. Wings

2/4 Set Marches – approved tunes for Grade 4 band competition (optional for Grade 5)
01. Campbell ’s Farewell to Redcastle
02. Corriecholies’s 43rd Welcome to the Northern Meeting
03. Greenwood Side
04. I’ll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Toon
05. Jenny’s Bawbee
06. MacKay’s Farewell to the 74th
07. Mhari Bhan
08. Pipe Major William Ross’s Farewell to the Scots Guards
09. Teribus
10. The 72nd Highlanders Farewell to Aberdeen
11. The Brown Haired Maiden
12. The Drunken Piper
13. The Earl of Mansfield – (First 2 Parts)
14. The Sweet Maid of Glendaruel
15. Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering – (First 2 Parts)
16. Auchmountain’s Bonnie Glen – (First 2 Parts)
17. Australian Ladies – (First 2 Parts)
18. McKenzie Highlanders
19. Men of Argyll – (First 2 Parts)
20. The Pipers Cave
21. Rantin’ Rovin’ Robin
22. The 25th K.O.S.B.’s Farewell to Meerut – (First 2 parts)

getawaytae
01-01-09, 09:44 AM
That's quite a big list with a considerable variety in it. Lot of tunes cut to two parts though!

redneck
01-01-09, 11:55 AM
Wearing of the green ?.....WTF, who compiled that lot?.

Some good wee tunes in there, as Brian said, some have been butchered da 2 parts !!!!!!!!!!, not a good example IMO. Loadsa tunes not included, so no need da butcher a 4 parted tune.

KAILY
10-10-10, 10:24 PM
Can anyone help?
I am writing M.A.P. drum scores for a local young band
I have already written 3 of their 2/4 march scores but I need recordings of Australian Ladies, 25th K.O.S.B.`s Farewell to Meerut, and The Piperes Cave to complete their selection of music.
Cheers
Kaily

AndyD
10-10-10, 10:46 PM
Can anyone help?
I am writing M.A.P. drum scores for a local young band
I have already written 3 of their 2/4 march scores but I need recordings of Australian Ladies, 25th K.O.S.B.`s Farewell to Meerut, and The Piperes Cave to complete their selection of music.
Cheers
Kaily

Hello KAILY

you can down load bag pipe player and find The Pipers Cave under T in the tune downloads. http://www.pipie.com/
I use Bag Pipe Player to learn settings with the tunes and if I have to compose a setting. You can speed it up or slowit down, with recordings you can't.

Kind Regards Andy D