Young Invercauld's Strathspey
X:1 T:Young Invercauld's Strathspey C:Robert Petrie M:C| L:1/8 R:Strathspey B:Petrie - Fourth Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Jiggs and Country Dances (c. 1805) K:Gdor D|G>AB>c A<FF>A|G>AB>c (d<g) ~g2|f>dc>B A/B/c/B/ A>F|G>AB>c d>D G:| A|G<gg>a f>gf>c|(d<g)g>d T(g/f/g/a/) b>g|(d<g)g>a f>gf>c|d>g (b/a/).g/.^f/ g2 g>=f| (d<g)g>a f>gf>c|(d<g)g>d T(g/f/g/a/) b>g|f>ad>f c>fA>F|G>AB>c d>D G||
YOUNG INVERCAULD'S STRATHSPEY. AKA and see "New Brig of Glasgow (The)." Scottish, Strathspey (cut time). G Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. "Young Invercauld's Strathspey" has been attributed to Robert Petrie (1767-1830), born in Kirkmichael, Perthshire. However, John Glen recorded that he found the tune first published in Glasgow musician, composer, guitar teacher and bellringer Joshua Campbell's (c. 1730-1801) Collection of the Newest and Best Reels and Minuets (1788) as "New Brig of Glasgow (The)."
Petrie also composed another 'Invercauld' strathspey, "Miss Farquharson of Invercauld's Strathspey (1)."