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X:104 T:Tulloch Gorm M:4/4 L:1/8 S:Officer William Walsh R:Strathspey K:C a|cA dG B2|cA cAea|cA d>G B2|cA c2 BA dG B2|cA cAea|cAeA dG B2|cA c2 Bc|| AG B2|Aa caea|ca (3efg d>G B2|Aa c2 Bc| Af g>ea>e|g>ag>e d>GB>g|a>eg>e a3|| % % Sometimes written "Tulloch Gorum" or Tullagorum", this famous % strathspey first published in Robert Bremner's Collections of Scots % Reels, or Country Dances, Edinburgh 1757" was composed by % William Marshall, butler and house stewart in the service of the Duke % of Gordon for thirty years. His tunes were plagiarized ruthlessly by % comtemporaries. In the words of Robert Burns, Marshall was: % "the first composer of strathspeys in the age". % The grace notes peculiar to pipe music are omitted in the setting. % A clergyman at Linshart, Rev. John Skinner composed songs to % "Tulloch Gorum" and several others of Marshall's tunes.