Local Attachment

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X:1 % T:Local attachment—or, the bonny plains of Murray M:C L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Andante" B:Gow & Shepherd - Collection of entirely original strathspey, reels, marches, quicksteps etc. (1796, p. 9) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion K:Eb B,|E>G FF G>B [FA][FA]|GEBG AGFE|DEFG [B,2F2]z2| E>G FF G>B [FA][FA]|GEBG AFGE|DAFD [G,3E3]:| B|[G2e2] BG AGFE|FGAc [G2B2]z2|[A2c2] BA AGFE|DEFG [B,2F2]z2| [E2G2] B,G, B,EEG|[G2B2] GE GBBe|ABcd edcB|A>ce>c {c}B2 z2| [A2c2] TBA GBeg|[F2A2] TBA GBBe|AecA GeBG|DAFD [G,3E3]||



LOCAL ATTACHMENT, or THE BONNY HILLS OF MURRAY. Scottish, Air (whole time). E Flat Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The tune was published by the Edinburgh music publishing firm of Nathaniel Gow and William Shepherd in a volume entitled A Collection of Entirely Original Strathspey Reels, Marches, Quick Steps &c., "by Ladies resident in a remote part of the Highlands of Scotland, as corrected by Nath. Gow." Unfortunately, the composers names are not given. The Leeds antiquarian Frank Kidson (1854–1926) penciled a note in his copy of the volume that the composers were, or included, “the Misses Whyte,” and modern researcher Charles Gore thinks “the Misses Whyte” may possibly be a Miss White and a Miss Brocky, of Morayshire, east Highlands.

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