This tune's title means 'checkered stockings', and it is a very popular strathspey on fiddle in the Highlands. Checkered stockings refers to the pattern on socks worn with the kilt.
It is written on the D, A and E strings - you can use it for playing at ceilidhs (dances) when you know it well. Sometimes known as "Hai - o haiream" Great fun and easy to play.
Sarah Naylor is the fiddler on this track and you will be able to see from the video very clear fingers and bowing so you can copy her easily.
The tune is played at a slow speed, and then at a normal speed to help you learn.