Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock’s jig

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Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock's has been added to 5 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A, |: DED dz=c | ~BAG FGA | BAG FED | CEE ECA, |
| DED dz=c | ~BAG FGA | B2A (3BcdB | AFD D2 :|
c |: ddd dBA | Bdd d2f | ddd dBA | Bee e2 f |
| ded dBA | gag f2 e | f2 e (3fgae | fdc d2 :|
2
X: 2
T: Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock's
R: jig
M: 6/8
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
A, | D>DD dA=c | BAG FGA | BAG FED | CDE A,B,C |
DED d2 =c | BAG FGA | B2A B/c/dB | AFD D2 :|
f/e/ | d2 d dAF | ABA Afe | ded dAF | Eee e2
f | ded dAA | gag f2 e | fge f/g/ae | fdd d2 :|

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Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock’s

Sprightly tune found in Donald Grant’s (1760-1839) "First Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Jigs, &c." (c.1790) with the one-word description: "Old." Gerald Trimble found and recorded it with Johnny Cunningham and Micheal O Domhnaill on the "Heartland Messenger" album.

Re: Mrs.Rose Of Kilravock’s

Just came across this tune while I was looking for something else.

Mrs Rose Of Kilravock (not the same one but the castle had remained in the family) used to come and officially open our Sunday School and School christmas parties at Croy Village hall during the late fifties and early sixties.