Lucy Campbell (2)
X:1 T:Lucy Campbell  T:Luighseach Chaimbéal M:4/4 L:1/8 R:Reel N:A piping version B:Breathnach - CRE II (No. 185) K:D dB|:ADDD ADBD|ADFA Beed|AD (3DDD A2 Bc|dBAF ADDD:|| dBAB dfeA|dBAc BEEA|dBAB dfeA|dBAF ADDD| dBAB dfeA|d~B3 f~B3|dBAB d2 (3gfe|dBAF ADDD|| (3fga af defd|(3AcA fd edBd|(3fga af dfec|dBAF ADDD| (3AcA fd Adfd|(3AcA fd edBd|(3fga af afed|(3efg fe dBAB|| dg (3fgf dfeA|dg (3fgf afeA|dg (3fgf dfec|dBAF ADDD| dg (3fgf dfeA|dg (3fgf afef|g2 (3gfe f2 gfe|dBAF ADDD||
LUCY CAMPBELL  (Luighseach Chaimbéal). Irish, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABCD. A variant of "Lucy Campbell (1)," and ultimately of the Scottish strathspey "Lucy Campbell (4)" (see also the Scots "Dear Meal (The)," "Leap Year (1)," "Cairngorum"). Breathnach (1976) notes his version in CRÉ II (No. 185) is "given to illustrate a certain style of piping" (Breathnach prints another version in CRÉ I, No. 154.), and, in fact, his source (Andy Conroy) plays the piping version recorded in 1924 by Michael Gallagher, a Leitrim flute player who learned the pipes after he emigrated to the United States. Those familiar with Michael Coleman's virtuoso fiddle setting in "Lucy Campbell (1)" will find this pipe setting divergent in several places.