Miss Elspeth Campbell

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X: 1 T:Miss Elspeth Campbell R:pipe march C:T. Douglas O:Scottish D:John Campbell, Cape Breton Violin Music (1975-2006) Z:Paul Stewart Cranford (P.S.C.), <http://www.cranfordpub.com> L:1/8 M:C| Q:300 K:Amix e>d|c<eA>B A>Bc>d|e>dc<A a2 e>f|g2 e>d B2 A<G|e>dB<A G2 e>d| c<eA>B A>Bc>d|e>dc<A a2 e>f|g2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2:| |:f>g|a2 a>g a2 e>d|c>de<f g2 f>g|a2 e>d B2 A>G|[1e>dB<A G2 f>g| a2 a>g a2 e>d|c>de<f g2 f>g|a2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2:| [2e>dB<A G2 e>d|c<eA>B A>Bc>d|e>dc<A a2 e>f|g2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2|| |:B<e|A<Ac>A e>Ac<A|e>dc<A e2 d>B|G2 B>G d>GB<G|e>dB<A G2 B<e| A<Ac>A e>Ac<A|e>dc<A g2 f>g|a2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2:| |:f>g|a2 e<a c>Ae>a|c<Ac>d e2 d<B|g2 f<g B<Gd>B|[1e>dB<A G2 f>g| a2 e<a c>ae>a|c<Ac>d e2 f>g|a2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2:| [2e>dB<A G2 e>d|c<eA>B A>Bc>d|e>dc<A a2 e>f|g2 e>d B>AB<G|A>A A/A/A A2|]



MISS ELSPETH CAMPBELL. AKA - "Honorable Miss Elspeth Campbell (The)." Scottish, Pipe March (2/4 time). A Mixoldyian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB'CCDD'. "Miss Elspeth Campbell" is the most popular composition of Thomas Douglas, a native of Cowal, Argyll, who was born around the beginning of the 20th century. The march honors Miss Elsbeth Campbell (1873-1942), a founding member (and only woman) of the Piobaireachd Society. She was the daughter of Archibald Campbell, Lord Lorn, and granddaughter of the 8th Duke of Argyll.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : - Ross (Pipe Major W. Ross's Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music, Book 5), 1950; p. 18. 1950

See also listing at:
Alan Snyder's Cape Breton Fiddle Recordings Index [1]


Recorded sources: -



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