Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

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hugh
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Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by hugh » Fri Feb 22, 2019 1:25 pm

Hi
I have a Norwegian friend who is looking for Norwegian tunes or Hymns transposed to the Bagpipe scale.
Any format.
Thanks
Hugh
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Re: Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by george » Tue Feb 26, 2019 2:47 am

Hugh,

I have an extensive library of hymns, and having been transposing new ones and new books.

If it's a particular tune let me know. If he needs some transposed, happy to help.

Here's Norway's Anthem from my collection of National Anthems.

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,(90,100,75,80,250)

TuneFormat,(1,0,M,L,500,500,500,500,P,0,0)

TuneTempo,90

"Norway's Anthem",(T,L,0,0,Times New Roman,16,700,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(Y,C,0,0,Times New Roman,14,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"arr G Delanghe & P/M R. de Lange",(M,R,0,0,Times New Roman,10,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(F,R,0,0,Times New Roman,10,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"Ja, Vi Elsker Dette Landet [Yes, We Love This Country] Music by Rikard Nordraak",(I,L,0,0,Times New Roman,11,700,0,0,0,0,0,0)

& sharpf sharpc 4_4
gg E_4 'e D_8 dbc C_4 B_4
! hdbla LA_4 B_4 grp C_4 D_4
! dbe E_4 'e F_8 gg E_4 D_4
! dbc C_1
! gg F_4 'f E_8 gg D_4 C_4
! dbb B_4 dg C_4 D_4 dbe E_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
gg E_4 'e F_8 dbf F_4 HG_4
! dbha HA_1
! gg HA_4 'ha gg HA_8 HGr_8 'hg strf HGl_16 Fr_8 'f gg Fl_16
! dbe E_2 dbc C_2
! gg F_4 'f stre F_8 gg E_4 strla E_4
! thrd D_2 'd gg Er_8 'e strla El_16
! grp E_4 F_4 dbf F_4 HG_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
strf HG_2 dbha HA_2
! gg HA_4 'ha gg HA_8 HG_4 dbha HA_4
! hdbb B_2 'b dg Br_8 'b strlg Bl_16
! gg B_4 C_4 thrd D_4 C_4
! dbb B_2 dbha HA_4 HGr_8 'hg tg Fl_16
! dbe E_4 F_8 stre F_4 HG_4
! dbha HA_1
!I

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Re: Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by hugh » Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:29 am

Thanks again George.

Hugh

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Re: Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by harald » Fri Apr 12, 2019 5:20 pm

george wrote:
Tue Feb 26, 2019 2:47 am

I have an extensive library of hymns, and having been transposing new ones and new books.

If it's a particular tune let me know. If he needs some transposed, happy to help.

Here's Norway's Anthem from my collection of National Anthems.
Hi George,

do you have the German anthem for GHB by any chance as well in your collection ????

Kind regards,
Harald

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Re: Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by george » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:25 am

Here's Lied der Deutschen. Germany's anthem. Also, their armed forces have an anthem Der Gut Kamerad
From our 2nd book of National Anthems

Bagpipe Music Writer Gold:1.0
Bagpipe Reader: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,700,1000,700,500,P,0,0)

TuneTempo,90

"Lied der Deutschen",(T,L,0,0,Times New Roman,16,700,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(Y,C,0,0,Times New Roman,14,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"arr P/M R. de Lange & sharpf sharpc G Delanghe",(M,R,0,0,Times New Roman,14,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(F,R,0,0,Times New Roman,10,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

& sharpf sharpc C gg D_4 'd E_8
I!'' dbf F_4 E_4 dbhg HG_4 F_4
! hdbe Er_8 Cl_8 thrd D_4 B_4 dbha HA_4
! HG_4 tg F_4 E_4 hdbf Fr_8 Dl_8
! '1 dbha HA_2 thrd D_4 'd E_8 _'
! '2 dbha HA_2 hdbe E_4 'e F_8 _'
''!I
& sharpf sharpc
dbe Er_8 Cl_8 strlg LA_4 dbhg HG_4 tg F_4
! dbe Er_8 Cl_8 strlg LA_4 HA_4 HG_4
! tg F_4 'f stre F_8 dbhg HG_4 strf HGr_8 HAl_8
! gg HA_2
!t

& sharpf sharpc
I!'' gg HA_4 'ha HG_8
! strf HGr_8 Fl_8 dbe E_4 F_4 'f gg E_8
! strla Er_8 Dl_8 gg C_4 hdbb B_4 'b dbc Cr_16 Dl_16
! gg Er_8 Fl_8 gg Dl_8 Bl_8 strlg LA_4 dbc Cr_8 Bl_8
! '1 gg LAr_8 Br_16 Cl_16 gg Dr_16 El_16 gg Fl_16 HGl_16 _'
! '2 LA_2 brl LA_2 _'
''!I


Bagpipe Music Writer Gold:1.0
Bagpipe Reader: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,700,1000,700,500,P,0,0)

TuneTempo,72

"Der gute Kamerad",(T,L,0,0,Times New Roman,16,700,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(Y,C,0,0,Times New Roman,14,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"arr P/M R. de Lange & sharpf sharpc G Delanghe",(M,R,0,0,Times New Roman,10,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

"",(F,R,0,0,Times New Roman,10,400,0,0,18,0,0,0)

" ",(I,L,0,0,Times New Roman,11,700,0,0,0,0,0,0)

& sharpf sharpc 4_4 I! E_4
! gg LA_4 Cr_8 dg Cl_8 grp C_4 gg B_4
! dg LA_2 tar LA_4 gg LAr_8 Bl_8
! dbc C_4 gg Er_8 strla El_8 grp E_4 D_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
dbc C_2 'c strlg LAr_8 Bl_8
! gg C_4 eg C_4 grp C_4 B_4
! dbc C_4 'c D_8 dbe E_4 gg Dr_8 Cl_8
! hdbb B_4 gg B_4 dbb B_4 gg LA_4
!t

& sharpf sharpc
dg B_4 'b C_8 thrd D_4 gg Er_8 Dl_8
! dbc C_4 dg C_4 dbb B_4 strlg Br_8 Cl_8
! gbr LA_2 dg B_2
! dbc C_4 E_4 dbb B_4 dg Br_8 Cl_8
! gg LA_2 tar LA_2
!I

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Re: Norwegian tunes transposed for G.H.B

Post by harald » Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:28 am

Thanks so much, George!

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