X: 1 T:Culcuttie Hornpipe M:C| L:1/8 C:from the John Neilson Music Book 1875 S:arr.(G naturals) VW. R:Reel H:The Neilson Music ms is currently in the Fort Steele Museum in BC, but comes H:from lowland Scotland, in Cuilhill outside Glasgow. In the manuscript the key is H:indicated as 3 sharps, with no natural sign on the G notes, which is probably an error. Z:Typeset by V Williams from the Neilson Music Book. K:AMix (ed)|"A"c2 cA (EF)AB|c2 cA "E"(Be)dB |"A"c2 cA (EF)AB |"E"cedB "A"A2:|] AA[|:"A"Acef "G"g2 g2 |"D"fedf "A"ecA2 |Acef "G"g2 g2 |"D"fedf "A"e2a2| Acef "G"g2 g2 |"D"fedf "A"ecA2 |BccA (EF)AB |"E"cedB "A"A2A2:|]!
Culcuttie Hornpipe. Scottish, A mixolydian. This is from the John Neilson Music Book, a manuscript compiled in Cuilhill, Scotland in 1875. The title may refer to the children's game Curcuddie which involves hopping about in a squatting position.