2 edition of third collection of Strathspey reels found in the catalog.
third collection of Strathspey reels
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|Pagination||4 p., score (36 p.)|
|Number of Pages||36|
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " The Skye collection of the best reels & strathspeys extant: embracing over. MALCOLM McDONALD - published four collections of Strathspey Reels, &c. The first of these, as its title-page indicates, was entirely made up of his own exclusive compositions; but the subsequent three contain a number of tunes which are unquestionably the productions of .
(v5) “A Collection of Strathspey Reels – containing the most approved and the most fashionable New Reels, some of which are composed, and other with additions, by Nathaniel Gow, London and Edinburgh” (36pp). By this date John Gow had been in business in London for many years, a strong supporter of his father’s publishing efforts. Neil Barron and his Scottish Dance Band: CD+: Reel Party, The: The Reel Party: Neil Barron and his Scottish Dance Band: CD: Third Sheaf Collection of Scottish Country Dances, The: The Third Sheaf Collection of Scottish Country Dances: Neil Barron and his Scottish Dance Band: CD: Vallin Suite 1, The: The Vallin Suite 1: Neil.
3 joined pages of lined music paper, six lines to a page, page 1 in ink with pencil instructions, pages 2 and 3 in pencil. One additional leaf, verso, "Health & Prosperity, Slow march"; recto, "Macbeth's Strathspey." Both in pencil, short-hand musical indications for repeats. Latest corrections and/ or additions, Aug. 18, Return to Home Page.
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Tim Macdonald & Jeremy Ward play "Hilton Lodge (Strathspey)" and "Lady Grace Douglas's (Reel)", both by Niel Gow and taken from his Third Collection of Strathspey Reels (ca.
This video is. 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 (Various). William Marshall (27 December – 29 May ) is regarded as one of the greatest composers of Scottish fiddle music. Marshall was born in Fochabers, entered the service of the Duke of Gordon, eventually becoming the Factor to the Gordon Hunter's The Fiddle Music of Scotland credits Marshall with writing tunes.
Many of these. The melody was printed by Perthshire fiddler-composer Robert Petrie in his Third Collection of Strathspey Reels (, p. 24), where he identified its provenance as "Irish". However, it has no Irish melodic character to it, and sounds like a generic country dance.
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.
Third Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers (book) Easier popular Scottish ceilidh tunes arranged for solo, group playing and in sets suitable for dancing.
Book three contains another exciting selection of the best of Scottish reels, marches, strathspeys, jigs, polkas, airs etc. all with easy chords for accompaniment and arranged in ‘sets’ for. John Bowie, Collection of Strathspey Reels and Country Dances.
This Scottish book, published in by a Perthshire musician contains three "Airs by Fingal", three ports, a salute and a battle tune. They are set with basses, and are described: “. The Ceilidh Collections are easier popular Scottish ceilidh tunes arranged for solo, group playing and in sets suitable for dancing.
Book three contains another exciting selection of the best of Scottish reels, marches, strathspeys, jigs, polkas, and airs all with easy chords for accompaniment and arranged in ‘sets’ for ceilidh dancing.
Shepherd: A Second Collection of Strathspey Reels (Edinburgh) Gow: A Collection of Strathspey Reels (Edinburgh) Campbell: 16th Book of Strathspey Reels, Waltzes & Irish Jiggs (London) Gow: A Fourth Collection of Strathspey Reels (Edinburgh) Clarchies: Recueil des Contre-Danses et Walzes (Paris) Chicago's own incomparable fiddle and cello duo, Tim Macdonald and Jeremy Ward (AKA Tim and Jeremy) have completed a video series of tunes from.
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) 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. The c Book 3 includes a Cotillion called La 've animated an arrangement of the version Longman & Broderip published in their Book the VI, Twenty Four New was said to be a popular Cotillion amongst the dancers at Bath.
Campbell's version is almost identical to that of Longman (the bass line differs), so he wasn't the first to publish this dance. Back to Devil Among the Tailors (1) (The) X:1 T:Deils among the Taylors , The M:C L:1/8 R:Reel B:Robert Petrie – Third Collection of Strathspey Reels (p.
18) N:Dedicated to Francis Garden Esq. Junior of Troup by N:Robert Petrie at Kirkmichael. »The Strathspey Anniversary Collection«is published under a»Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share and Share Alike Germany License«. This means: You are free to make and give away copies of this book BUT you may NOT do so for proﬁt.
You are free to adapt and»remix«material from this book if you attribute it to. For example, it appears in Robert Petrie’s Third Collection of Strathspey Reels (), Neil Stewart’s Collection of Newest and Best Reels or Country Dances (Edinburgh, ), and the Irish collections O’Neill lists below.
The reel appears in the music manuscript collection of John Fife, begun in in Perthshire, and evidently. Snowdon Book 4 (Harry and Jean Rhodes) 4 JanuarySnowdon Book, The Third Collection (Harry and Jean Rhodes) 20 DecemberSouth East Herts Scottish Country Dance Society Diamond Jubilee Strathspey Collection (S E Herts SCDS) 3 MaySpark O' Water (RSCDS Nova Scotia Branch) 18 JuneThe Drs.
Whitby Music Collection Guida di musica: being a complete book of instructions for beginners on the harpsichord or piano forte, entirely on a new plan, calculated to save a great deal of time & trouble both to master & scholar: to which is added twenty-four progressive lessons in various keys, with the fingering marked.
John Riddell, c. (2nd ed. ), Collection of Scots Reels, Minuets etc. An excellent midth century collection. Available as a free downloadable PDF. Daniel Dow, c.The Daniel Dow Collection. This digital book includes not only Dow's "light" music, but some of his fiddle piobarieachds.
James Aird,The Aird Collections. One. 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 ().
Cannon located a book that is also called ‘Second Edition’ and dated on the title-page, but the preface is dated He suspected it might be the third edition and there is now no doubt he is correct.
1 A collection / of / quicksteps, strathspeys, reels, & jigs.Originally published in Donald Grant's Collection of c, this tune has also been known as Grant's Strathspey. It survives in Ireland where it is known by the unlikely title of The Graf Spee (a WW2 battleship; I can easily imagine how "Grant's Strathspey".
was misheard, or mispronounced).His Second Collection of Strathspey Reels and Country Dances (), in which this melody appears (pg.
15), was dedicated to his patron and employer, Mrs. Garden of Troup, Banffshire. The Delgaty estate in Aberdeenshire had come into the hands of the Garden family in the ’s.