Lord Macpherson Of Drumochter jig

By Angus Graham

There are 6 recordings of this tune.

Lord Macpherson Of Drumochter has been added to 2 tune sets.

Lord Macpherson Of Drumochter has been added to 8 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Lord Macpherson Of Drumochter
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Bmin
f|:B>BB B>de|f>dB B>cd|e>cA c2a|f>ed c>BA|
B>BB B>de|f<af f>ed|c<Aa f>ec|1 B3 B2f:|2 B3 B>de||
|:f>af f2e|f<af f>ed|e>cA c2a|f>ed c>BA|
[1 f>af f2e|f<af f>ed|c<Aa f>ec|B3 B>de:|
[2 B>BB B>de|f>dB B>cd|c<Aa f>ec|B3 B2f||
|:B>BB B<AB|c>BB B>cd|e>cA c>BA|c<ea f>ec|
B>BB B<AB|c>BB B>cd|c<Aa f>ec|1 B3 B2f:|2 B3 B>ce||
|:f>BB c>BB|f>aa f>ef|{f}e>cA c>BA|c<ea f>ec|
[1 f>BB c>BB|f>aa f>ed|c<Aa f>ec|B3 B>ce:|
[2 B>BB B<AB|c>BB B>cd|c<Aa f>ec|B6||

Two comments

Lord Macpherson Of Drumochter

6/8 march written by P/M Angus Graham. Transcribed from Duncan Chisholm’s “Redpoint” album.

The title relates to the relatively recent peerage of Macpherson of Drumochter, created 1951, so it was probably either written for the late 1st baron, Thomas Macpherson, or his son, Gordon. I’ll be honest, I was hoping for a roguish historical figure. Angus Graham passed away in 2010.
(I found a wee related anecdote, though - http://forums.bobdunsire.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-135078.html)


I like this tune, where did you hear it?

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