Annotation:Manderston House

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X:1 T:Manderston House C:Abraham MacIntosh M:4/4 L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:MacIntosh - First Collection (c. 1792) K:G B|G>B G>D G>B d<g|G>B A>G F<D d>F|G>B A>B G>B d>g|a>g b>a g/g/g (g/a/b)| G>B G>D G>B d>g|G>B A>G F<D d>F|G>B A>B G>B d>g|a<g b>a g/g/g g(g/a/)|| b>g a>b g<d g>f|e/f/e/d/ c/d/c/B/ A/B/A/G/ FD|b<g a>b gd BG|c>e d>B G/G/G G(g/a/)| (3bgb (3afa (3geg (3fdf|(3ece (3dBG F>A F>D|E<G C>E F>A D>c|B<d Ac BG G||

MANDERSTON HOUSE. Scottish, Strathspey. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The melody was composed by biography:Abraham Mackintosh. Manderston House, in the Borders region near Duns, Berwickshire, has been rebuilt into a stately Edwardian mansion that at the present time is privately owned by Lord and Lady Palmer, but open to the public. In MacIntosh's time it was a property of the Homes', built in 1790.

Additional notes

Printed sources : - Glen (Collection of Scottish Dance Music, vol. 1), 1891; p. 33. MacIntosh (Thirty New Strathspey Reels etc.), c. 1792.

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