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X:1 T:Mór nighean a ghiberlain T:Mòr, nighean a’ ghiobarlain T:Mòr, daughter of the gaberlunzie man M:4/4 L:1/8 R:Air Q:"Slow" S:Elizabeth Ross manuscript collection, No. 118 F:http://www.ed.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.100544!/fileManager/RossMS.pdf K:Gmix G2 GA {A}d2 cA|G2G2 AGGA|ccd>c {c}A2 GF|F2 {FG}AG F>DCD| F2 FF f2 gf|d2 f>c dcAd|cdfg {f}d2 cA|{A}d2 cA A>G G2||



MORE N'IGHEAN GHIBERLAIN. AKA - "Mòr nighean a' ghiobarlain." AKA and see "Gaberlunzie's Daughter (The)." Scottish, Air (4/4 time). G Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part. Appears in one of James Oswald's 1742 collections entitled Curious Scots Tunes. The song (with tune) was also collected by Elizabeth Jane Ross (1789-1875) from singers on the island of Raasay around 1812, and appears in her manuscript collection [1]. Ross played the piano and the harp, and reportedly was an excellent amateur musician. As a ward of Lord Moira, she traveled to India with her sister, where she married Sir Charles D'Oyly, baronet, who worked for the East India Company. He was a talented painter, and their home at Patna in Bihar became a focal point of artistic activity for the expatriate community.


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