Mr. Marshall's Strathspey Edinburgh
X:1 T:Mr. Marshall's Strathspey Edinburgh C:R. MacDonald M:C L:1/16 R:Strathspey B:James Taylor – A Collection of Strathspeys & Reels, together with a Set of Scots Quadrilles (Elgin, c. 1835, p. 10) N:”Most respectfully dedicated to Lady Dunbar of Northfield.” Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D F2|D3DF2D2 A3DF2D2|^C2c2c2G2 E3CC2E2|D3DF2D2 A3DF2D2|1 D3d A3G FD3DF3:|2A2g2f2e2 f2d2d2|| g2|a3df2d2 a3df2a2|g2c2e2c2 g2c2c2g2|a3df2d2 a3df2a2|f2b2a2g2 f2d2d2a2| a3df2d2 a3df2a2|g3ce2c2 g3cc2g2|d3fe3g f3ag3b|a3f agfe f2d2d2||
MR. MARSHALL'S STRATHSPEY, EDINBURGH. Scottish, Strathspey (whole time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'B. "Mr. Marshall's Strathspey, Edinburgh" was first published in Elgin fiddler, composer and music teacher James Taylor's first collection, c. 1835. It is one of a few tunes in the collection attributed to 'R. MacDonald', who also composed the companion melody "Mrs. Marshall's Reel Edinburgh."