Philippe, the walking tune dictionary, wrote:
>>"The Cat that Kittled in Jamie's Wig" (same place -- isn't that a
>>great name?) is played double.
>The latter is actually a Scottish strathspey called "Miss Lyall" (see the
>Skye Collection p. 103 for instance).
Doesn't surprise me -- many highlands started out life as
strathspeys. And some of them, like "The Brown-Sailed Boat"
(which has at least one or two other names), is played (in
Donegal) both as a strathspey and as a highland.