Tune Clach na Cudain 284

Also known as “The Cross of Inverness”.

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In the description of this dance, John Drewry writes:
The Secretary of the Inverness branch tells me theat "Cudainn" should be speled with two ""s, but the name of the tune is spelled :Cudain" in my music books

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