Captain Pringle of Yair

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X:1 T:Captain Pringle of Yair M:C L:1/8 R:Strathspey S:Surenne - Dance Music of Scotland, pp. 92-93 (1852) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:D B | A>BA>F A>Bd>e | (f<d)g>f (e<E)E>F | A>BA>F A>Bd>g | (f/4g/2<a) (e/4f/2<g) (f<d)dB | A>BA>F A>Bd>e | (f<d)g>e (e<E)E>F | A>BA>F A>Bd>g | (f/4/g/2<a) (e/4f/2<g) (f<d)d || f/g/ | (a<f)(f<a) (b<g)g>b | a>f (g/f/e/d/) (c<e) ef/g/ | (a<f)(f<a) (b<g)(g>b) | a>f (g/f/e/d/) (A<d)d>f | (a<f)(f<a) (b<g)g>b | (b/a/g/f/) (g/f/e/d/) (c<e) ef/g/ | a>fg>e f>de>c | (3Bcd (3efg (f<d)d ||



CAPTAIN PRINGLE OF YAIR. Scottish, Strathspey. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Captain John Pringle of Yair, a veteran of the Battle of Waterloo, wrote a book about it that was admired by Sir Walter Scott.

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Printed sources : - Surenne (Dance Music of Scotland), 1852; pp. 92-93.

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