Willie Murray’s, C:?
Here’s a great reel I found on the Old Blind Dogs’ "Play Live" album. Part 3 is an E minor modulation of part 1, but since no "C"s are involved I’m pretending otherwise. On the album, part 4 is just a repeat of part 2, but this might not be the case elsewhere e.g. Blazin’ Fiddles, who play this in a piping style - it’s less straight, anyway. I’ll probably add that setting soon.
OBD, third tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBeg4_DZEmQ
BF, second tune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXV2x8bbmYY
Willie Murray’s Reel
On both "Play Live" and "Ther Gab o’ May" the Old Blind Dogs have this as traditional. It was previously recorded by Ossian, and if I remember rightly it’s attributed to "MacDonald".
Willie Murray’s, X:2
2-part setting from the "Queen’s Own Highlanders’ Standard Settings Of Pipe Music".
Re: Willie Murray’s
Allan Henderson teaching this tune. It’s also sometimes played without the heavy accents.
Willie Murray’s, X:3
This is a great tune. Commonly played like this.