Pete Dunk Posted October 20, 2012 Share Posted October 20, 2012 I have an old music book called "Chappell's One Hundred Scotch Melodies Arranged for the Concertina" that has seen better days and it's been patched back together with sellotape () which makes it too stiff to lay properly flat in the scanner. I've decided to transcribe this book into abc in order to recreate it as a PDF when the project is completed. I'm going to share the tunes here as I go along and hope some of you enjoy playing the tunes. The abc files will be written in abc plus to include dynamic marks which the Tune-O-Tron doesn't like at all and it will not play the tune back properly in the midi player. O'Reagan's ABC Editor works perfectly as do ABC Explorer and Easy ABC so if you want to listen to the midi playback use one of those. X:1 T:Annie Laurie C:arr. Carlo Minasi M:2/4 L:1/8 B:Chappell's One Hundred Scotch Melodies B:Arranged for the Concertina by Carlo Minasi Q:1/4=70 Z:Z:Peter Dunk 2012. K:C "Andante"!p!CC/C/ [cE][cE]|([bFC]A)z [AF]|\ ([GE]E) (ED/C/)|([E2C2G,2][DB,G,]) E/D/|CC/C/ [cE][cE]| % ([bFC]A)z A|(GF/E/) (E>D)|C2 z G|\ !crescendo(! [cE]>c [dG]>d !crescendo)!|\ [ec] z G|!crescendo(! [cAEA,]>c [dAF]>d !crescendo)!| % [e2^G2E2] (ed|[cAFC]B [AF][c/A/][A/F/]|\ [GE]E) E>D|C/c E/ E>D|C3 z|] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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