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Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey! - Dick Glasgow - 07-11-2016

Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey! 

Played here on Fiddle, Whistle, Mandolin, English Concertina & Hammered Dulcimer.

The tune, Miss Admiral Gordon’s Strathspey - 

Quote:".. is one of the first composed and most famous tunes by Scots fiddler William Marshall. 
It was written around 1775 in honour of Margaret Gordon, daughter of Admiral William Gordon.
“Miss Admiral Gordon” was first published in Marshall’s Strathspey Reels, in 1781."

Traditional Scottish tune





Cheers,
Dick


RE: Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey! - Jack Campin - 08-11-2016

If the 1775 date is right, it would be one of the first tunes Marshall wrote. How did you or your source figure it out?


RE: Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey! - John Kelly - 08-11-2016

A fine mix of instruments there, Dick.