It seems a place name in Cape Breton.
The g’s in bars 2 and 6 of the A-part should be natural.
Original Scottish version - Willie Davie
I think this might be related to the 3-part Scottish reel Willie Davie https://thesession.org/tunes/5890.
Also see the strathspey setting entitled "Donalbane". Go here and scroll down http://www.ibiblio.org/fiddlers/DON_DOV.htm.
“Donalbane” ~ strathspey…
Submitted on June 25th 2006 by ceolachan.
Here is the version which was worked on at Boxwood 2007 - I think it is pretty close to the version Chris Norman plays.
e/e/e ed cAAB | AEAg fdfa | e/e/e ed c2 Ac |1 Bcde fdfa :|2 Bcde fdf^g
||:abaf ecce | abag fdf^g | abaf ecac |1 Bcde fdf^g :|2 Bcde g2 z2
||:aecf edce | aece g2 fg |1aecf ecac | Bcde g2 fg :| afge fdec | Bcde fdfa ||
I think the arrangement was by Chris Norman/David Greenberg. And it was third in a set with Calum Crubach then Victoria Reel and then the Margaree reel. I have typed in the abc from the sheet music they handed out.
Margaree Reel on Chris Norman´s album
Teh set wasn´t with Calum Crubach but with Tibby Fowler o´the Glen: