# Annotation:Miss Crawford's Strathspey

X:1 T:Miss Crawford’s (Strathspey) M:4/4 L:1/8 R:Highland N:The tune appears in Kerr’s as “Miss Crawford’s Strathspey” credited to A. McAlpin S:Tommy Peoples – Irish Arts Week Workshop 7/19/01 (E. Durham, N.Y.) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A A2 {c/d/} c>A e>ce>a | A>B {c/d/}c>A B<E G>B | A2 {c/d/}c>A e>ce>a | (3gfe (3dcB (3AcB (3AFE | A2 {c/d/}c>A e>ce>a | A>B {c/d/}c>A B<E G>B | A2 {c/d/}c>A e>ce>=g | f>ag>b a3 || A | a>Ac'>A d'>Ac'>A | a>Ac'>A {b/c'/}b>a b<c' | a>Ac'>A d'>Ac'>A | (3ded (3cdc ~B2 A2 | a>Ac'>A d'>Ac'>A | a>Ac'>A {b/c'/}b>a b<c' | (3Ace (3ecA (3Adf (3fdA | g>eb>g a>f e/c/B || A4 ||

**MISS CRAWFORD'S STRATHSPEY.** Scottish, Strathspey (whole time). A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composition credited to A. McAlpin by Kerr. See also McAlpin's companion reel "Miss Crawford (2)." It is played as a Highland in County Donegal.