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X:1 T:Mr. Barclay (Braes of Enzie) C:Alexander Walker M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel N:"May be played as a strathspey or reel." B:Walker - Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Marches etc. (1866, p. 34) Z:AK/Fiddler's Companion F: K:Dmin A,|D/D/D D>E F>GA>d|c>dc>A G<cE>C|D/D/D D>E F>G A>d|c>A G>E D/D/D D>A,| D/D/D D>E F>G A>d|f<ag>e c>de>g|a>fg>e f>de>c|e<cg>e d/d/d d|| c|d/d/d d>c d>e a2|g<cg>e c>de>c|d/d/d d>c d>e a2|f>de>c (d2 c>)A| d/d/d d>c d>e a2|g>cg>e (c2 c>)f|a>(fg>)(e f>)(de>)c|A>Gc>E D/D/D D||

MR. BARCLAY. Scottish, Strathspey or Reel. D Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by Alexander Walker in honor of Mr. Barclay of Braes of Enzie. John Barclay was a gentleman farmer at the farm of Braes of Enzie, about half-way between the parish churches of Rathven and Bellie, Banffshire.

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Printed sources : - Walker (A Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Marches, &c.), 1866; No. 99, p. 34.

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