Sir George Clark Of Penicuik strathspey

Also known as Sir George Clerk Of Pennycuick.

There are 2 recordings of a tune by this name.

Sir George Clark Of Penicuik has been added to 2 tunebooks.

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One setting

X: 1
T: Sir George Clark Of Penicuik
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
a|b<g g>e d>B B>d|c<e c<eA2A/B/c|B2B>A G<E E>B|c>A B>G G/F/E/D/ Dg/a/|
b<g g>e d>B B>d|c<e c<eA2A/B/c|B2B>A G<E E>G|G/F/E/D/ DE/F/G2d>c|
B<d d>B d<b b>a|g>e e>dd2Ac|B<dd2e>Bc2|d>A B>G G/F/E/D/ DE/F/|
G>BB2B<dd2|g>d e>dd2d>g|b<gg2g>e c>c|B>G A>FG2G|]

Two comments

Sir George Clark Of Penicuik

From the album The Legacy Of The Scottish Fiddle, Vol. 1. Who wrote it and who is the George Clark Of Penicuik that the composer of this tune iu referring to.

Re: Sir George Clark Of Penicuik

Composed by Nathaniel Gow (1763-1831). Sir George Clerk (1787-1867) was a politician, scientist and musician. Penicuik is a dormitory town for Edinburgh.