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bigbilly1
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You Taught me how to dance-------SENT

Post by bigbilly1 » Tue Oct 13, 2020 1:19 pm

Hi Guys, Looking for a tune called "You Taught Me How To Dance" in BWW Or PDF formats Thanks in advance Bill

bigbilly1
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Re: When You Taught me how to dance

Post by bigbilly1 » Wed Oct 14, 2020 3:06 am

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Hi Guys, Looking for a tune called "When You Taught Me How To Dance" in BWW Or PDF formats Thanks in advance Bill
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Re: You Taught me how to dance

Post by george » Thu Oct 22, 2020 5:27 pm

Here it is for everyone. Thanks for the collaboration on this one bigbilly1

George


Bagpipe Music Writer Gold:1.0
MIDINoteMappings,(54,56,58,59,61,63,64,66,68,56,58,60,61,63,65,66,68,70,55,57,59,60,62,64,65,67,69)
FrequencyMappings,(370,415,466,494,554,622,659,740,831,415,466,523,554,622,699,740,831,932,392,440,494,523,587,659,699,784,880)
InstrumentMappings,(71,71,45,33,1000,60,70)
GracenoteDurations,(20,40,30,50,100,200,800,1200,250,250,250,500,200)
FontSizes,(90,100,100,80,250)
TuneFormat,(1,0,M,L,500,500,500,500,P,0,0)
"When You Taught Me How To Dance",(T,C,0,0,Arial,20,700,0,0,18,0,0,0)
"",(Y,L,0,0,Arial,12,700,255,0,18,0,0,0)
"Nigel Westlake ",(M,R,0,0,Arial,12,700,255,0,18,0,0,0)
TuneTempo,100

& sharpf sharpc
3_4
gg Cr_8 Dl_8
I!'' dbe E_2 C_4
! dbha HA_2 F_4
! dbe ^ts E_2 'e
! E_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8
! dbe E_2 strla E_4
! dbf F_2 D_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
dbb ^ts B_2 'b
! B_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8
! dbe E_2 C_4
! dbha HA_2 F_4
! dbe ^ts E_2 'e
! E_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8
! dbe E_2 strla E_4
! thrd D_4 C_4 eg B_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
strlg ^ts LA_2 'la
! LA_2 ^te gg LGr_8 LAl_8
! gg B_2 E_4
! dbc C_2 eg LA_4
! dbb ^ts B_2 'b
! B_4 ^te gg E_4 F_4
! dbhg HG_2 fg HG_4
! hdbf F_2 D_4
! dbe ^ts E_2 'e
! E_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8
!t

& sharpf sharpc
dbe E_2 C_4
! dbha HA_2 F_4
! dbe ^ts E_2 'e
! E_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8
! dbe E_2 strla E_4
! thrd D_4 C_4 eg B_4
! '1 strlg ^ts LA_2 'la
! LA_2 ^te gg Cr_8 Dl_8 _'
! '2 strlg ^ts LA_2 'la
! LA_2 'la ^te
''!I

2nds:

Bagpipe Music Writer Gold:1.0
MIDINoteMappings,(54,56,58,59,61,63,64,66,68,56,58,60,61,63,65,66,68,70,55,57,59,60,62,64,65,67,69)
FrequencyMappings,(370,415,466,494,554,622,659,740,831,415,466,523,554,622,699,740,831,932,392,440,494,523,587,659,699,784,880)
InstrumentMappings,(71,71,45,33,1000,60,70)
GracenoteDurations,(20,40,30,50,100,200,800,1200,250,250,250,500,200)
FontSizes,(90,100,100,80,250)
TuneFormat,(1,0,M,L,500,500,500,500,P,0,0)
"When You Taught Me How To Dance 2nds",(T,C,0,0,Arial,20,700,0,0,18,0,0,0)
"",(Y,L,0,0,Arial,12,700,255,0,18,0,0,0)
"Nigel Westlake",(M,R,0,0,Arial,12,700,255,0,18,0,0,0)
TuneTempo,100

& sharpf sharpc
3_4
gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_2 LA_4
! tg F_2 D_4
! dbc ^ts C_2 'c
! C_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_2 dg C_4
! thrd D_2 B_4
! gg ^ts LG_2 'lg
! LG_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8 !t

& sharpf sharpc
gg C_2 LA_4
! tg F_2 D_4
! dbc ^ts C_2 'c
! C_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_2 eg C_4
! gg B_4 LA_4 LG_4
! gg ^ts LA_2 'la
! LA_2 ^te gg LGr_8 LAl_8 !t

& sharpf sharpc
gg LG_2 C_4
! gg LA_2 brl LA_4
! gg ^ts LG_2 'lg
! LG_4 ^te gg C_4 D_4
! gg E_2 strla E_4
! thrd D_2 B_4
! dbc ^ts C_2 'c
! C_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_2 strlg LA_4 !t

& sharpf sharpc
tg F_2 D_4
! dbc ^ts C_2 'c
! C_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_2 eg C_4
! gg B_4 LA_4 LG_4
! '1 gg ^ts LA_2 'la
! LA_2 ^te gg LAr_8 Bl_8 _'
! '2 gg LA_2 'la
! dbha HA_2 'ha ''!I

bigbilly1
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Location: Australia

Re: You Taught me how to dance

Post by bigbilly1 » Sun Oct 25, 2020 1:21 pm

THANK YOU, George, For all the help that you have given to me and many others over the years, you are one of the most helpful persons in this world, you are a unique, kindly, helpful person in the piping world, with a mountain of knowledge that you share very generously, I salute you and would like to call you my friend if I may, Bill

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