T:Gladly Would I Go
S:Capt. F. O'Neill
A/2G/2|F2 A AFA|BGB AFD|F2 A AFd|EFE E2 G|
F2 A AFA|BGB AFD|FA>F GEC|D>ED D2||
A|dBd cAc|BGB AFD|dBd cAc|BGB A2 B/2c/2|
dBd cAc|BGd AFD|FA>F GEC|D>ED D2||
% This fine old march was memorized from the
% playing of William McLean a famous Highland
% piper much admired in Chicago some fifty years ago.
% The tune in almost identical setting was included in
% a book of pipe music, published at Glasgow about
% 1825 under two names: "The Duke of Athol's
% March" and a long Gaelic title expressive of romance
% and chivalry. Its spirited swing and characteristic
% cadences, no less than its Gaelic title indicate an
% Irish origin.