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Old 29-04-12, 06:43 PM   #1
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help....is the 2/4 march drunken piper is 2 or 4 parts??
im told its 2 but the duthart beating ive got is 4 parts long and i want to play it for my msr. everyone ive asked says its a 2 parter........

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There are 4 parts... Off the top of my head it's in Ross' books.
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On the rspba map list it's 2 parts, but in the Scots Guard it's 4.
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There are 4 parts... Off the top of my head it's in Ross' books.
nice one, do you have it and could you email it to me if you do??

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Old 30-04-12, 07:00 PM   #5
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Okay, I'll find out which book it is in, and I will only let you know what book it is in.

I don't want to get mixed up with copyright.
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Try The Scots Guard. I think vol 1
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thanks for the replies, ill have a look around for the books then. cheers
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yip vol 1 SG, B Company 1st Battalion march.
4 parts.
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