American fiddlers sometimes use a variant of this which they call the " Georgia Shuffle " .
Several English fiddlers have been recorded using this pattern, on undotted as well as on Newcastle style hornpipes.
Inver, near the mouth of the Bran, was the birthplace of the two famous fiddlers, Niel Gow (1727-1807) and his son Nathaniel (1766-1831).
The other story involves two traveling fiddlers who arrive in Inverness seeking somwhere to play.
The 1822 collection included the tune " Craigellachie Bridge " (p. 30) which is still often played by fiddlers nowadays.