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Supair Thighear Leoid – Lude’s Supper
A Scottish port appearing in Daniel Dow’s publication, A Collection of Ancient Scots Music (1776). It is attributed here to Rorie Dall – Blind Rorie, the famed harper composer revered by so many traditional musicians. This is possibly Ruaraidh Dall Ó Catháin (c.1580-1653), the famed blind Irish harper who spent much time touring in Scotland. This seems a strong, formal occasional piece, to be played for the dining of the Lord of Lude, the melody marked by repeated rhythmic melodic cells that appear in many of the pieces attributed to Rorie Dall.

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