As taught by Troy MacGillivray at Midlem Village Hall, 21May2014. According to Paul Cranford, this is the more common Inverness setting. Other settings have the parts reversed.
The title comes from the DunGreen Collection. Otherwise known as a "traditional" strathspey - i.e., no-one knows where it came from (just in case you ask).
Editor’s Favourite, X:2
Second setting is Andrea Beaton’s first pass from "Airplane Landing" (track 2) on The Tap Session, recorded in January 2006.