Annotation:Earl Percy's Welcome to the Highlands of Scotland

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X:1 T:Lord Percy's Welcome to the Highlands of Scotland C:John Crerar (1750-1840) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel or Strathspey N:Eighth notes may be dotted (hard to read in ms.) N:A copy of Crerar's handwritten music manuscript of the tune is N:included in Eilidh Scammell's 2013 BA Thesis, "John Crerar, a N:Highland Perthshire fiddler 1750-1840" (p. 34) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:Bb F|DFBF GFBF|DFdB c>GGB|DFBF GBFD|EGCE DB,B,F| DFBF GFBF|DFdB cGGB|DFBG FGBc|dBfc dBB|| f|(d/c/B) fB gBbg|fB (d/c/B) cGGg|fBdf gbfg|fdce dBBf| (d/c/B) fBgBbg| fB (d/c/B) cGGc|BGFD FGBc|dfbc dBB||

EARL PERCY'S WELCOME TO THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. Scottish, "Earl Percy's Welcome to the Highlands of Scotland" was composed by gamekeeper and fiddler-composer biography:John Crerar in honor of the the father of Lady Emily Percy, who wed James Murray, General Lord Glenlyon, in1810. Crerar was employed by John Murray, the 4th Duke of Atholl, and composed a number of tunes for family members and events.

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