Lady Lucinda Ramsay

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X:1 T:Lady Lucinda Ramsay M:C L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:Stewart-Robertson - The Athole Collection (1884) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:Gmin B/c/|d<GB<G D<GGA/B/|c<FA<F C<FFA/c/|d<GB<G D<GGA/B/|AB/c/ d/c/B/A/ BG<G (B/c/)| d<GB<G D<GGA/B/|c<FA<F C<FFA/c/|BA/G/ AG/^F/ G<DE<C|B,>C D<^F G>G,G,|| d|g<ba<b g<dB<G|c<ag<a f<cA<F|g<ba<b g<dB<G|AB/c/ D>d B<G G>d| g<ba<b g<dB<G|c<ag<a f<cA<F|G>B c<A B>d =e<c|d<g^f<a g2g||



LADY LUCINDA RAMSAY. Scottish, Strathspey. G Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'B. Composed by violinist, teacher and composer Robert Mackintosh ("Red Rob", 1745-1807). "Lady Lucinda Ramsay" was one of Mackintosh's better compositions, according to Mr. Troup, Ballater[1]. Lucinda was the daughter of George Ramsay, Earl of Dalhouaie, and Elizabeth Glen. She died at Dalhousie Castle in 1812. See also the strathspey composed for her by Nathaniel Gow as "Lady Lucy Ramsay's Strathspey (1)."


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Printed sources : - Stewart-Robertson (The Athole Collection), 1884; p. 195.






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  1. David Baptie, Musical Scotland, 1894, p. 112.