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X:1 % T:Craiglug Brig M:C L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:Milne – Middleton’s Selection of Strathspeys, Reels &c. for the Violin (1870, p. 26) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A a|:e<c(c>B) (A>B)c>B|c<ee>c e2 (ea)|e<c(c>B) (A>B)c>B| c<ff>^e f2 (fa):|e<A(A>B) {AB}(c>B)A<E|C<EE>F E2 (E>=G)| F<B(B>c) (d>c)B>A|E<AA>B (A2 A>)A|E<A(A>B) {AB}(c>B)A<E| C<EE>F E2 (E>c)|(3edc (3dcB (3cBA (3BAG|A>FE<C (A2 A)||

CRAIGLUG BRIG. Scottish, Slow Strathspey. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. Composed by Peter Milne (1824-1908), the "Tarland Minstrel". The bridge at Craiglug, a village in Aberdeenshire, dates from 1829. It is properly called the Wellington Suspension Bridge and spans the River Dee. The bridge still stands in modern times, although is in a state of disrepair and cannot be crossed. See also Milne's companion piece, "Craiglug Reel".

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Printed sources : - Milne (Middleton’s Selection of Strathspeys, Reels &c. for the Violin), 1870; p. 26.

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