T: The Red Haired Girl Of Tulloch
B<Bd>e f>ef<a|A>Ac>B A>ce>c|B>Bd>e f>ef>g|a>fe>c B<B f2:|
d>fB>f d<fB>f|c<eA>e c<eA>e|d<fB>f d<fB>f|a>fe>c B<B e2|
d>fB>f d>fB>f|c>eA>e c>eA>e|B<Bd>e f>ef>g|a>fe>c B<B f2||
Also known as Cuckold Come Out Of The Amrey, Struan Robertson, Struan Robertson’s Rant.
There are 3 recordings of this tune.
The Red Haired Girl Of Tulloch has been added to 8 tune sets.
The Red Haired Girl Of Tulloch has been added to 81 tunebooks.
That’s right! From the Skye Collection once again!
Page 69, bottom tune. It’s a pipe tune in B Minor. VERY nice strathspey, indeed! If I do say so myself!
Oh the pipes… Oh poo, I can only do it on the whistle and fiddle. It’s all good!
Cheers and waiting for Uilleann Pipes… Yum….
Armand, if you’re quick, you can edit the abcs to change the key to B dorian, and then get rid of the accidental g sharps. Then it will show up correct in the sheet music—if you change it before Jeremy works his magic.
Good idea, Will! Thanks, dunnit!
This is also the tune to the well known Scottish folk song ‘Birniebouzle’.
Colm O’Rua taught us this in July 2003 (Mandolin/Banjo course at Sabhal Mor Ostaig) - just take out all the ‘strathspey’ dotted rythms to produce even sets of notes and you have it as a reel.
This tune should not be linked in Mari Black’s album "Flight," on the track "Taking Flight," for the song "Struan Robertson." The tune on the track is a different "Struan Robertson." Thanks! :D
I’ve unlinked it for you, EmilyMayFiddler, but, for future reference, you can do it yourself by clicking on the EDIT tab beside the tune name on the album.