Lady Amelia Stewart’s Strathspey

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X:1 T:Lady Amelia Stewart’s Strathspey M:C| L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:Preston’s 24 Country Dances for the Year 1804 (No. 532, p. 226) N: “With proper tunes and directions to each dance, as they are performed at N:Court, Bath and all Public Assemblies.” Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:F !coda!f|TF>GAF c>F A<f|a/g/f/e/ f>F {FG}A>G-GA|TF>GA>F c>F A<f|(a/g/).f/.e/ f>d cAA:|| c|Tf>gf>d c<af>d|d>f{d}c{B}A A(GG)c|{g}(f/e/).f/.g/ (a/g/).f/.e/ f>cd<f|.c(ff).d .c(aa).g| f<ad<f c<fA<f|(a/g/).f/.e/ (f>F) {FG}A>G-GA|F>GA>c d>ef>g|(a/g/).f/.e/ f>d cA-A!Coda!||

LADY AMELIA STEWART'S STRATHSPEY. AKA and see "Ann Stuart's Strathspey," "Miss Ann Amelia Murray," "Miss Stuart's," "Mrs. MacIntyre's." Scottish, Strathspey. F Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The strathspey appears in the 1840 music manuscript of Cumbrian musician John Rook under the title "Ann Stuart's Strathspey." It was published in Ryan's Mammoth Collection (Boston, 1883) as "Miss Stuart's." The original title in "Mrs. MacIntyre's" by expatriate Scottish musician and dancing master Duncan MacIntyre.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Preston (Preston’s 24 Country Dances for the Year 1804), 1804; No. 532, p. 226.

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