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MRS. GRACE BOWIE. Scottish, Jig. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune has been attributed to fiddler Adam Rennie [1] (1897-1960), a popular Scottish dance band fiddler originally from the county of Angus. The melody appears as the last tune in the "Golden Pheasant" medley, recorded in December, 1952.

Source for notated version: Adapted from a medley by Adam Rennie's Scottish Country Dance Orchestra [New Victory Band].

Printed sources:

Recorded sources: Front Hall FHR 024, Fennig's All Star String Band "Fennigmania" (1981. Learned from the New Victory Band recording). Parlophone F3445 (78 RPM), Adam Rennie (1952. Appears as last tune of "Golden Pheasant" medley). Topic 12TS382, New Victory Band "One More Dance and Then" (1978).

See also listing at:
Hear Rennie's recording at RareTunes [2]

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