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Marchioness of Huntly

Message 28946 · Alan Paterson · 19 Dec 2001 08:09:14 · Top

One for the musicians:

Can anyone confirm or deny that the following two tunes (both credited
to William Marshall) are one and the same?

1.The Marchioness of Huntly's Jig
2.The Marchinoness of Huntly's Favourite Jig

Alan

Marchioness of Huntly

Message 28948 · Ozorak · 19 Dec 2001 14:02:16 · Top

The two tunes appear in marshall's collection and are distinctively
different.

Etienne Ozorak
Guys Mills, PA USA

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Paterson <alanp@paranor.ch>
To: Strathspey <strathspey@strathspey.org>
Date: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 1:09 AM
Subject: Marchioness of Huntly

>One for the musicians:
>
>Can anyone confirm or deny that the following two tunes (both credited
>to William Marshall) are one and the same?
>
>1.The Marchioness of Huntly's Jig
>2.The Marchinoness of Huntly's Favourite Jig
>
>
>Alan
>

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