There are clearly difficult editorial choices that have to be made when putting traditional material into print. So, it is perhaps inevitable that some of the conventions of music notation have not been followed here (nor in other volumes published by Taigh na Teud I have purchased). For example, chord symbols have been placed below the stave, and often closer to the stave below the one they refer to. Another issue is that sometimes the spelling of chord symbols is incorrect, for example, on page 15, you find F'7/B', which would normally be notated F'7/A'. Tempo markings are given towards the middle of the stave, where normally they would be given above the first bar, unless a change of tempo is intended. This is all the more disappointing given that the book is specified in the traditional music exam syllabus of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.