MacKenzie Hay strathspey

Also known as McKenzie Hay.

There are 10 recordings of this tune.

MacKenzie Hay has been added to 9 tunebooks.

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One setting

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X: 1
T: MacKenzie Hay
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
G| F<D F>A {c}d2 d>f |e>>c d>>B (c<A) A>=c|B<G d>B (A2 F>)D|E>>A ^G>>B (3ABA (3=GFE|
F<D F>A {c}d2 d>f |e>>c d>>B (c<A) A>=c|(3BGB (3dcB (3Afe (3dcB|(3ABA (3GFE F<D [DA,]||
g| f<d g>e {^g}a2 f>d |e>>c d>>B (c<A) A>>g|f>d g>e a>f b>g |a>>f g>>e (f<d) (d>g)|
f<d g>e {^g}(a2 f>)d |e>>c d>>B (c<A) A>=c|(3BGB (3dcB (3Aag (3fed |(3cBA (3GFE F<D [DA,] |]

Four comments

MacKenzie Hay C: J Scott Skinner.

Another Skinner tune. This one can be played as either a strathspey or a schottische. Note the double dotted quavers. Skinner dedicated the tune to "Mackenzie Hay, President of the Strathspey and Reel Society of London". I have not found any further info on this person.

You can see a setting for fiddle and piano here, and scroll down to hear a recording of Skinner playing it:
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/scottskinner/display.php?ID=JSS0708

Oban MusicFestival

Im entering an accordian compotition and was wondering if there were any good marchesto go with it?

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Questions like that would probably be better raised in the discussion forum.

Look at "Recordings…"

There are 10 "Recordings of a tune by this name" - see above. Have a look at what they play with it.

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