T: Miss Stewart Of Grantully
|: e | AAcA eAcA | GGBG BGBg | AAcA eAcA | Eaef cAA :|
| B | Aa^ga eaca | Bgdg BGGB | Aa^ga eaca | faef cAAB |
Aa^ga eaca | Bgdg BGGB | AAcA dBcA | Eaef cAA ||
Also known as The Hills Of Upper Margaree, Miss Gordon Of Tully, Miss Stewart Of Glentully, Miss Stewart Of Grandtully, Mr. John Stewart Of Grantully.
There are 15 recordings of this tune.
This tune has been recorded together with Captain Campbell (lots of times), The Braes Of Tulliemet (a few times), The Hurricane (a few times), Lime Hill (a few times) and Miss Sarah Drummond Of Perth (a few times).
Miss Stewart Of Grantully appears in 1 other tune collection.
Miss Stewart Of Grantully has been added to 1 tune set.
Miss Stewart Of Grantully has been added to 21 tunebooks.
I found this tune in the Athole Collection. It’s a pretty typical Scottish tune for that period, 17 - 1800’s, but this one caught my ear.
It’s probably one of those I’ve been looking for - ‘K for Close’ on the title anyway. I only know the name from a tunelist so far - haven’t heard the tune. This will help.
Version played by Jimmy Young [ RIP ] as a member of "Crannachan" - Edinburgh 1982.