$3.99

Scottish Songs for Guitar: Both Sides The Tweed

$3.99

PDF & Video

Regular price $3.99

'Both Sides the Tweed' was written as a protest song attacking the Act of Union, the treaty that united Scotland and England as the United Kingdom in 1707. The River Tweed marks part of the Scots-English border south of Edinburgh. The picking pattern is regular and rolling, providing a gently propulsive waltz underpinning for the long, sustained notes of the sung melody.

 

'Both Sides the Tweed' was written as a protest song attacking the Act of Union, the treaty that united Scotland and England as the United Kingdom in 1707. The River Tweed marks part of the Scots-English border south of Edinburgh. The picking pattern is regular and rolling, providing a gently propulsive waltz underpinning for the long, sustained notes of the sung melody.