Here's one of my favourite pieces, Windy Gyle by Alistair Anderson. Named after a hill in Northumberland this is in fact two tunes, a 6/8 slow air in two voices and a very fast 9/8 slip jig which sits over the top making a very pretty piece. I'll link to PDFs and performances a little later but in the meantime here are the ABCs in the original key of A but I have it in G too if anyone wants it:

X:1

T:Windy Gyle 6/8 Slow Air

C:Alistair Anderson

Z:Peter Dunk. December 2008

M:6/8

L:1/16

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Q:1/4=60

K:A

V:1

|:c3BA2 e4 E2 | B6-B6 | d6 c3BA2 | B e-e4 c6 |

c3BA2 e4 d2 | B6 E3AB2 | c3BA2 Bd3B2 | A6-A6 |

E4 B2 B3cd2 | e4 A2 d6 | c3BA2 e4 E2 | B6-B6 |

E4 c2 c3BA2 | B e-e4 d6-|d3 e d2 c3BA2 | Be3E2 A6 :|

V:2

|:E3DC2 A,4C2 | B,4 E2 G3FG2 | A6 A3EC2 | D G-G4 E6 |

C3DE2 G4 F2 |E6 G3FG2 | A4 C2 DG3E2 | C6 E3DC2 |

B,4 E2 E3DB,2 | A,4 E2 F6 | E3DC2 A,4 C2 | B,6 E3FG2 |

A4 E2 C4 D2 | E G-G4 F6-|F3 G F2 E3DC2 |DG3E2 [E6C6]:|

X:2

T:Windy Gyle 9/8 Slip Jig

T:Two bars of 9/8 to one bar of 6/8 slow air

C:Alistair Anderson

Z:Peter Dunk December 2008

R:Jig

M:9/8

L:1/8

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Q:1/4=240

K:A

|:cBA e2 G A3 |cBA A2 cB2 G | EFE G2 A B3 | GAB B2 d c2 e |

fed a2 d A2 d | edc a2 c A2 c | BAG e2 B E2 G | ABc ecB A3 |

cBA e2 G A3 | cBA A2 c B2 G | EFE G2 A B3 | eBG E2 F G2 B |

Ace abg a3 |bge d2 B G2 B | cde A2 c e2 g | aec dBG A3 |

BcB e2 B G2 B | E2 FGAB d2 f | efe a2 e c2 a | f2 e def B2 d |

efg agb a3 | agb a2 e dBG | E2 G BcA B3 | EFG Bcd fed |

cBA e2 G A3 |cBA A2 cB2 G | EFE G2 A B2 c | d2 e fed a2 g |

fed a2 d A2 d | edc a2 c A2 c | BAG e2 B E2 G | ABc ecB A3 :|