Annotation:Mrs. Laird of Strathmartin

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X:1 T:Mrs. Laird of Strathmartin M:C L:1/16 R:Strathspey S:Glen Collection, vol 1 (1891) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:D FE|D3ED3A, B,D3 G3B|AF3 d3F E3DB,2FE|D3ED3A, B,d3 c3B|AF3 E3G F2D2D2:| fg|a3fd3f b3ge3g|fa3 f3d ce3 c3A|agfe d2f2 gb3 g3e|f2d2 agfe f2d2d2fg| a2fef2d2 bg3 e3g|fa3 f3d c3ec3A|Bd3Ad3 Ge3F2d2|EB3 A3G F2D2D2||

MRS. LAIRD OF STRATHMARTIN AKA and see "Lady Gower's Strathspey." Scottish, Strathspey (whole time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. Composed by biography:Abraham Mackintosh, son of Robert "Red Rob" Mackintosh, who followed his father's profession as musician and dancing master. He published three brief collections, beginning in 1792 (Thirty New Strathspey Reels) in Edinburgh, but by the first decade of the 19th century he had removed to Newcastle-on-Tyne where he is recorded as teaching and performing in that city. He died around 1808. John Gow printed the identical tune under the title "Lady Gower's Strathspey" around 1804.

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Printed sources : - Glen (The Glen Collection of Scottish Dance Music, vol. 1), 1891; p. 28.

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