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'''LADY AUGUSTA MURRAY'''. Scottish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. John Glen (1891) finds the tune earliest in print in Daniel Dow's c. 1775 collection (p. 6). The melody was also entered into the 1840 music manuscript collection of musician John Rook (Waverton, Cumbria).
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'''LADY AUGUSTA MURRAY'''. AKA and see "[[Mrs. Bourke]]," "[[Mrs. J.W. Bourke]]," "[[Strawberry Beds (2) (The)]]." Scottish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. John Glen (1891) finds the tune earliest in print in Daniel Dow's c. 1775 collection (p. 6). The melody, as "Lady Augusta Murray," was entered into the 1840 music manuscript collection of musician John Rook (Waverton, Cumbria). The Gows printed it as "[[Mrs. J.W. Bourke]]" in the beginning of the 19th century. The Rev. Luke Donnellan's Connaght reel "[[Strawberry Beds (2) (The)]]" is a more distanced version of Dow's tune.
 
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LADY AUGUSTA MURRAY. AKA and see "Mrs. Bourke," "Mrs. J.W. Bourke," "Strawberry Beds (2) (The)." Scottish, Reel. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. John Glen (1891) finds the tune earliest in print in Daniel Dow's c. 1775 collection (p. 6). The melody, as "Lady Augusta Murray," was entered into the 1840 music manuscript collection of musician John Rook (Waverton, Cumbria). The Gows printed it as "Mrs. J.W. Bourke" in the beginning of the 19th century. The Rev. Luke Donnellan's Connaght reel "Strawberry Beds (2) (The)" is a more distanced version of Dow's tune.

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