Jean Carignan strathspey

Also known as Jean Carignan’s, Lady Charlotte Campbell.

There are 14 recordings of this tune.

This tune has been recorded together with

Jean Carignan has been added to 1 tune set.

Jean Carignan has been added to 21 tunebooks.

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Two settings

1
X: 1
T: Jean Carignan
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
d>c|:B>c d<B A>c B>c|d>c B<G E>A F<D|B>c d<B c>B c>d|1 e>c A<F G2 d>c:|2 e>c A<F G2 G>f||
g2 g>c B>c d<B|g2 g>B A2 A>f|g2 g>c B>c d<B|e>c A<F G2 G>f|
g2 g>c B>c d<B|g2 g>B A2 A>f|g>d b>d g>d e>c|B<d D>F G2||
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2
X: 2
T: Jean Carignan
R: strathspey
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
c|{Bc}d>cBG Ac!trill!B>c|{Bc}d>cBG EAFD|{Bc}d>cBG Ac Bc/d/|ecAF !trill!G2 G:|
d|g/f/g/a/ gd Bgdg|{a}gf/e/ !trill!f>g aAAf|(g/f/g/a/ g)d BgdB|e>cAF {F}G2 G,d|
g/f/g/a/ gd Bgdg|{a}gf/e/ !trill!f>g aAAf|gdbf gdec|BdDF !trill!G/F/G/A/ B/A/B/c/|]
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Ten comments

Reposted as a strathspey (which slainte kindly recovered from my attempt to transcribe it as a jig).

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Tell us more? Where did you learn or transcribe it from?

? ~ another take on this ~ bubbling up from the quagmire of my mind ~

X: 2
T: gan ainm
M: 4/4
L: 1/8
R: strathspey
K: Gmaj
|: D |\
B>cd>B A2 (3cBA | d>cB>G E3 D |
B>cd<B c2 (3Bcd | e<cA>F G3 :|
|: f |\
g2 g>c B>cd<B | g2 g>B A3 f |
[1 g>a (3gdc B>cd<B | e<cA>F G3 :|
[2 g>bd>g B>d (3edc | B<dD>F G3 |]

I have a quite a bit of Jean Carignan. Did he record this? If so, which recording? And, if so, and I have it, I’ll add that to the ‘recordings’ here so this can be linked to it…

No idea, C. I transcribed this off Deaf Shepherd’s album.

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The man knew a lot of tunes and loved to troll the collections as well. I’ll see if I can find it and a name for it too…

Carignan Strathspey

On the recording posted above, Carignan play this tune together with Lady Elisabeth Lindsay first, Lady Charlotte Campbell second, ending with Lord Elphinson. Nice set!

Carignan Strathspey / Lady Charlotte Campbell

Ha!, trad musicians renaming the tunes… sometimes confusing…

Jean Carignan, X:2

Lady Charlotte Campbell’s from Niel Gow’s ‘A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels’ 1792, where it is attributed to Nathaniel Gow. The ornaments are all notated as trills in the original publication.

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