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  • ...y at the Fair]]" is the title of the reel in the MacKercher Collection (c. 1830). A cognate version of the tune, called "[[Great Eastern Reel (2)]]" attributed to A.W. Doig, appears in '''Köhler's Violi ...some days with the army before he deserted (as did most of the other Atholl tenants) for the safety of Inver. ...1904; p. 106. Stewart-Robertson ('''The Athole Collection'''), 1884; p. 12. Surenne ('''Dance Music of Scotland'''), 1852; p. 115. NQD-5447, Doug MacPhee – "Cape Breton Master of the Keyboard" (appears as "Hughie MacDonald's Reel"). Jane Keefer's Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources [http://www.ibiblio.org/keefer/m04.htm#Maroftu]<br>
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  • ...[{Biography:Niel Gow]] (1727-1807), is in the hexatonic mode. See note for [[Annotation:Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]] for more. ''Printed sources'': Carlin ('''The Gow Collection'''), 1986; No. 349. Gow ('''The First Collection of Niel Gow's Reels'''), 1784 (revised 1801); p. 15. Jones [Ed.] ('''Complete Tutor Violin'''), c. 1815
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  • .... The Marchioness of Tullibardine is the title bestowed upon the wife of the eldest son of the Duke of Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland. Originally as a pipe march, although Cape Breton fiddlers sometimes pl ...om the eldest died in infancy) and three daughters (all of whom survived to adulthood). The Duchess of Atholl died in Italy in July 1902, aged 58. ...mpaigner and vice-president of the Dundee branch of the Anti-Suffrage League. Later, as the Duchess of Atholl, she became Scotland’s first female MP. ...Skye); Dan McPhee (1920–1994, bred in Elmira, North-East Kings County, Prince Edward Island; late of Brantford, Ontario) [Perlman]. ...n ('''The Fiddle Music of Prince Edward Island'''), 1996; p. 94. William Ross ('''Ross's Collection of Pipe Music'''), 1869; No. 1, p. 62. Skinner ('''Harp and Claymore'''), 1904; p. 41 (includes variati ...es.org/recordings/MarchionessOfTullibardine/] [http://ia600305.us.archive.org/29/items/MarchionessOfTullibardine/raretuneswillieross2_vbr.mp3] (followed by "[[Highland Harry]]" (Strathspey) and the reel "[[Loch Ca ...player Will Powrie's 1932 recording at Rare Tunes [http://www.raretunes.org/recordings/marchioness-tullibardine-93rds-farewell-edinburgh-highland-marches_/] (followed by "[[93rd's Farewell to Edinburgh]]").<br> See J. Scott Skinner's 1887 manuscript copy at the Univ. of Abderdeen's Skinner site [http://www.abdn.ac.uk/scottskinner/display.php?ID=JSS0071]<br>
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  • ...''(1881) attributes the tune to A.W. Doig, but it is a cognate of John Crerar's older "[[Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]]."
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  • ...finds that it is cognate with and probably derived from another Scottish reel called "[[Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]]." He writes: "This was one of the most popular tunes played in the area of Leitrim and Longford. I have found it across several regional manuscripts from the late 19th century ...0th century collection of Jack Wade (County Monaghan), who included the note “This is the old way of playing it. It is played quite differently now like many more” [Breathnach].
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  • '''MAIDS OF TULLA''' (Og-Mna na Tulca). AKA and see "[[Marquis of Tullybardine (The)]]/[[Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]]." Irish, Reel. A Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. ''Printed sources'': O'Neill ('''Dance Music of Ireland: 1001 Gems'''), 1907; No. 783, p. 136.
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  • '''MERRY AT THE FAIR.''' AKA and see "[[Marquis of Tullybardine (The)]]/[[Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]]." Scottish, Reel. The melody appears under this title in the '''MacKercher Collection''' (c.
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  • ...to his book '''The art of deer-stalking''' (1839):[[File:creraratholl.jpg|300px|thumb|left|The Duke of Atholl with gameskeeper John Crerar, by Landseer.]] ''Mr. John Crerar entered the Duke of Atholl's service in 1776. He was an honest, faithful, and most attached'' ''adherent, of astonishingly active powers, and possessed of admirable skill in stalking and shooting the deer;'' ''always selecting the finest harts. He was also a composer of music, and many a dance have the lads and lasses'' ''had to the sound of my old friend's violin. He is universally beloved, and now resides on his pension at'' ''Pulney Lochside. The members of the Curling Club of Dunkeld lately presented him with a silver quaich upon'' ''the occasion of his attaining his ninetieth year, and as a token of their affection for him, and their'' ''admiration of the skill and ardour which he so long displayed in all manly games. Robert Crerar, one of his''
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  • ...However, these tunes are cognate with, and probably derived from, the Scottish reel “[[Marquis of Tullibardine (The)]],” finds researcher Conor Ward. ''Source for notated version'': the mid-20th century collection of Jack Wade (County Monaghan) [Breathnach].
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  • |f_year_of_birth=1750 |f_year_of_death=1840 |f_profile=Composer, Musician ...keeper to the 4th Duke of Atholl. William Scrope wrote of him in the preface to his book '''The art of deer-stalking''' (1839): ''Mr. John Crerar entered the Duke of Atholl's service in 1776. He was an honest, faithful, and most attached'' ''adherent, of astonishingly active powers, and possessed of admirable skill in stalking and shooting the deer;'' ''always selecting the finest harts. He was also a composer of music, and many a dance have the lads and lasses'' ''had to the sound of my old friend's violin. He is universally beloved, and now resides on his pension at''
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  • ...ich David I built a castle in 1130’s. See also the related title (but different tune) “[[March of the Renfrew Shire Militia]].” The Renfrewshire Militia dates to 1793 when they were embodied as th <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - Ross ('''Pipe Major W. Ross's Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music, vol. 5'''), 1950. David Glen (), No. 30, p. 14. ...t Rare Tunes [https://archive.org/details/raretunes_572_renfrewshire-militia-maggie-cameron-marquis-tullibardine]<br>
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