Lady Penuel Grant's Strathspey
X:1 T:Lady Penuel Grant’s Strathspey C:James Taylor M:C L:1/16 R:Strathspey B:James Taylor – A Collection of Strathspeys & Reels, together with a Set of Scots Quadrilles (Elgin, c. 1835, p. 5) N:”Most respectfully dedicated to Lady Dunbar of Northfield.” Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A E2|A3EC2E2 A3cB3c|A3EC2E2 DB,3B,2E2|A3EC2E2 A3cB3c|A3EF2D2 CA,3A,2:| c2|A3Bc2d2 e3A dcBA|A3cB2A2 GB3B2c2|A3Bc2d2 e3A dcBA|A3EF3D A2A,2A,2c2| A3Bc2d2 e3A dcBA|A3cB2A2 G3BB2c2|(3A2B2c2 (3B2c2d2 (3c2d2e2 (3e2f2g2| (3a2e2d2 (3d2B2e2 c2A2A2||
LADY PENUEL GRANT'S STRATHSPEY. Scottish, Strathspey (whole time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. "Lady Penuel Grant's Strathspey" was composed by Elgin music and dance teacher James Taylor, published in his first collection of c. 1835. Lady Penuel Grant (1779-1844) was the daughter of Sir James Grant of Grant, 8th Bart., and his wife Jean Duff. In July, 1822, she was granted the rank of an earl's daughter.