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X:1 T:Rob an Lugy M:C L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:Duncan McKercher – A Collection of Original Stathspeys and Reels (Edinburgh, 1824, p. 12) Z:AK/Fiddler’s Companion K:A e|A/A/A Tc2 e>a c>A|A/A/A Tc2 d>=g B>G|A/A/A Tc2 e>a e>f| =g>a e>f g>dB>G|A/A/A Tc2 e>a c>A|A/A/A Tc2 d>=g B>G| A/A/A Tc2 e>a e>f|=g>ae>f g>dB>G||a2 ef/^g a>ec>A| A2 ef =g>dB>G|a2 ef/^g/ a>ef>d|e>ac>a d>=g BG| A2 ef/^g/ a>ec>A|a2 e>f =g>dB>G|a2 e>=g f>be>g|f>ae>f =g>dB>G||



ROB AN LUGY. AKA - "Rob an Lugi." AKA and see “Blair Drummond.” Scottish, Strathspey. A Mixolydian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB (Kerr) AABB' (Athole). The strathspey “Rob an Lugy/Lugi” appears in Duncan McKercher’s Collection (c. 1824). “Blair Drummond” is the name of the tune in pipe collections, and in fiddle collections when set in four parts, record Dunlay and Greenberg.

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Printed sources : - Kerr (Merry Melodies, vol. 2), c. 1880's; No. 46, p. 8. Duncan McKercher (A Collection of Original Stathspeys and Reels), Edinburgh, 1824; p. 12. Stewart-Robertson (The Athole Collection), 1884; p. 36.

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