I took this one from Knauff’s Virginia Reels (1839.)
It reminds me of other tunes, but is a simple yet interesting arrangement that makes it unique. There are a lot of tunes that go by the name Lady in the Lake, mostly because it is a dance. (I don;t know much about the dance.) Knauff had it in 2/4.
I’ve been playing it on fiddle and although I’ve been tempted to rearrange a few notes, the mnore I play it, the more it makes sense the way it is.
|: D2A2 ABAG |A2B2 c3A|G2C2 E2CE| G2C2C3E|
| D2A2 ABAG |A2B2 c3d | e3d c2AG |E2D2 D4 :|
|: d2A2 de=fd | d2A2 A3B | c3d edcB | c2G2 G3B|
| c3d edcB | cBcd e3d | c2A2 A3G | E2D2 D4:|
Since I have not heard any of the recordings that Lady of the Lake has linked to, I wouldn’t count on it being the same tune since so many tunes carry this name.