Miss Sutherland Gunn--Elgin

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X:1 T:Miss Sutherland Gunn (Elgin) C:J. Scott Skinner M:C L:1/16 R:Solo Strathspey B:Skinner – Miller o’ Hirn Collection (1881, No. 90, p. 47) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:F C2|CF3F3G A3G Ac3|d3c {c}f3A {A}G3F GA3|CF3F3G A3G Ac3|{c}d3c {c}f3A {A}G4 F2:| c2|{c}d3c {c}f3c d3c Ac3|d3c .A2.F2 .G2.F2 (DF3)|(C2DE F3)G A3G (Ac3)|{c}d3c{c}f3A {A}G4 G3c| {c}d3c{c}f3A {A}G4- G3c|{c}d3c{c}f3c d3.c .A.c3|d3c .A2.F2 .G2.F2 !fermata!D2_.D2|(C3F) (_D3F) C2(DE F2)(GA|B2)~(cd c2)BA {A}.G4 .F2||



MISS SUTHERLAND GUNN (ELGIN). Scottish, Solo Strathspey. F major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. "Miss Sutherland Gunn" was composed by Aberdeenshire fiddler-composer and Scottish dancing master James Scott Skinner (1843-1927), published by him in 1881. "The Skinner family lived and taught in the area around Elgin (where Miss Sutherland Gunn lived) for many years" (The Collection: James Scott Skinner) [1].


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Printed sources : - MacDonald (The Skye Collection), 1887; p. 165. Skinner (Miller o' Hirn Collection), 1881; No. 90, p. 47.






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