2 edition of third collection of Strathspey reels &c. for the piano-forte found in the catalog.
third collection of Strathspey reels &c. for the piano-forte
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White's Collection of Entirely Origional Strathspey Reels 12 "Misses White N.B., The" William C. Honeyman Collection Honeyman Music Publishing Company William Christie's Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Hornpipes, Waltzes, etc 18 Walker & Anderson William Marshall's Scottish Airs, Melodies 13 B "Robertson, Alex" Collection of original strathspey reels, with variations, waltzes, marches, Irish airs, &c. and a new sonata for the piano forte, violin or German flute; Description: Dedicated to the Right Honourable Lady Madelina Sinclair by a young lady. Edinburgh: Printed by Urbani and Liston, Shelfmark: Glen Attribution and copyright.
The Malcolm McDonald Collection of Strathspey Reels etc. (four volumes) [new edition published ] Sixty Eight New Reels, Strathspeys & Quicksteps Composed by Robert Macintosh (Robert Macintosh, Edinburgh) A 3rd Book of Sixty Eight New Reels and Strathspeys Composed by Robert Macintosh (J Hamilton, Edinburgh) Band created On the death of Bobby Brown on May 3rd, , the band “Bobby Brown and the Scottish Accent” changed its name to “Scotch Mist”, At the changeover, one CD, "Eight Bars of Magic", was produced using the name “Laird Brown with the Scottish Accent”, but the band never used that name in any other context.
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A third collection, Volume 2nd of a Collection of Scottish Melodies Reels Strathspeys Jigs Slow Airs &c. for the Piano Forte, Violin and Violoncello was published posthumously in At present, his compositions are available in William Marshall's Scottish Melodies, published by Fiddlecase Books.
Title from cover of first collection Originally publishedandrespectively A collection of Strathspey reels &c. with a bass for the violoncello or harpsichord -- A second collection of Strathspey reels &c. with bass for the violoncello or harpsichord -- A third collection of Strathspey reels &c.
for the piano-forte, violin, and violoncelloPages: InNiel Gow published his A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels &c for the Piano-forte, Violin and Violoncello. Dedicated on the title-page to The Marchioness of Tweeddale, there is no additional prefatory commentary on the first page.
A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels, etc. Alt ernative. Title A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels, &c. for the Piano-Forte, Violin, and Violoncello Composer Gow, Niel: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Dedication the Marchioness of Tweeddale Composer Time Period Comp.
Period: Classical: Piece Style Classical Composer: Gow, Niel. Fuld () finds the earliest printings of the tune under the title "Irish Washerwoman" to be in Neil Gow's A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels &c for the Piano-forte, Violin and Violoncello () and James Aird's A Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and Foreign Airs ().
Collection of strathspey reels &c.  Compiler: Duff, Archibald (Dancing master: Montrose, Scotland) Date printed: Special collections of printed music > Glen Collection of printed music > Printed music > Collection of strathspeys, reels & Irish jigs, for the piano forte or violin  Printer: Johnson, John, active A bar reel for 3 couples in a 4-couple longwise set BARS DESCRIPTION 1–8 1st, 2nd and 3rd couples dance reels of three on the sides.
To start, 1st couple cross down between 2nd couple, 2nd couple dance out and up, and 3rd couple dance in and up. 2nd couple ﬁnish facing out. 9–16 1st and 2nd couples dance a»ﬁgure of eight with turns«.
Shand Collection. Vol Item 3. Byrne, C. Thirty New Strathspey Reels &c with a Bass for the Violoncello or Harpsichord. [title page and verso ie p.2] with the addition of some new reels and strathspeys, set for the piano forte or violin and bass. Book 2 () Friends of Wighton. Shand Collection.
Vol Item A Fourth Collection of Strathspey Reels &c. for the Piano Forte, Violin & Violoncello,etc. Campbell's 14th book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels: for the harp, piano-forte & violin: with their proper figures, as danced at Court, Bath, Willis's, & Hanover Square Rooms &c by Campbell, William, music seller, printer, bookseller; Boston Public Library, binder.
Abraham Mackintosh (or Mackintosh), bornson of the great composer Robert Mackintosh, published "Thirty New Strathspey Reels etc " composed by him, at Edinburgh c. A second edition "with additions by the Publishers" includes tunes not composed by him. His 3rd book is "A Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Jigs etc Selected and.
Robert Mackintosh (c ), known as 'Red Rob' on account of the colour of his hair, was a Scottish composer and violinist, active in Edinburgh at the end of the 18th century.
He was known for his compositions of strathspeys, reels, and jigs, as well as minuets and gavottes. A collection of Scots reels or country dances: with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord Item Preview Bound with: Strathspey reels, waltz's & Irish jiggs for the harp, piano forte, & violin / William Campbell.
[c] ; Campbell's ninth book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels / [between John Pringle, born c. fiddler-composer of Edinburgh, published 2 collections: A Collection of Reels Strathspeys & Jigs (Edinburgh, ), Printed & Sold by J.
Hamilton, No. 24 North Bridge Street, and A Second Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Jiggs &c (Edinburgh, date unknown) Printed for the Author, to be had at his Lodgings, No 16 Rose Street.
Fuld () finds the earliest printings of the tune under the title “Irish Washerwoman” to be in Neil Gow’s A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels &c for the Piano-forte, Violin and Violoncello () and James Aird’s A Selection of Scotch, English, Irish and Foreign Airs ().
A third collection, Volume 2nd of a Collection of Scottish Melodies Reels Strathspeys Jigs Slow Airs &c. for the Piano Forte, Violin and Violoncello was published posthumously in Edinburgh (36pp); (3) “A Collection of Strathspeys, Reels, Jigs, &c ” Newcastle-upon-Tyne c (26pp).
Macintosh (a “k” was sometimes used) left Edinburgh for Newcastle in and became a popular teacher of dancing. His third collection shows he acquired Northumbrian sponsors and his father, by then in London, assisted with. The Scottish Students' Song Book (Various) A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels, etc.
(Gow, Niel) Thomson's Select Melodies of Scotland, Ireland and Wales (Thomson, George) Traditional Melodies of the British Isles, with Variations (Perry, Philip) Traditional Tunes (Kidson, Frank) A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick (Geminiani.
Full Title: Campbell's 10th Book of New and Favorite Country Dances & Strathspey Reels, for the Harp, Piano-Forte & Violin, with their Proper Figures, as Danced at Court, Bath, Willis's, & Hanover Square Rooms &c. Price 2s6d. Campbell's 11th Book of New and Favorite Country Dances & Strathspey Reels c.
Additional notes. Source for notated version: the –26 music mss of papermaker and musician Joshua Gibbons (–, of Tealby, near Market Rasen, Lincolnshire Wolds) [Sumner]; the c.
– music manuscript collection of ship's fiddler William Litten, who was with the British East India fleet—the ms.
was brought to Martha's Vineyard, Mass., by a member of the Coffin family. The Strathspey Anniversary Collection (Anselm Lingnau) 21 JulyT.A.C. 50th Anniversary Collection (Teachers Association Canada) 13 JulyCharles Liu Waratah Collection - Edition (Brian Charlton) 8 OctoberAmelia Luzzi Book 14 19 JuneAnn McBride.Second collection of strathspey reels &c for the piano-forte, violin and violoncello; Description: Humbly dedicated to Mr Garden of Troup by Robert Petrie at Kirkmichael.
Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, . Shelfmark: Glen(2) Attribution and copyright: The physical item used to create this digital version is out of copyright.A Third Collection of Strathspey Reels, etc.
(Gow, Niel) Third Collection of Strathspey Reels (Petrie, Robert) V. Versameling van eenige contra danssen (Various) W. William Calvert's Manuscript Tune Book .