The Resource A collection of Scots reels or country dances : with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord

A collection of Scots reels or country dances : with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord

Label
A collection of Scots reels or country dances : with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord
Title
A collection of Scots reels or country dances
Title remainder
with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord
Title variation
Reels and country dances
Contributor
Binder
Bookseller
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
libretto or text
Action
Catalogued
Additional physical form
Also available on microfilm in the Boston Public Library Music Department.
Cataloging source
MH-HT
Form of composition
dance forms
Format of music
other
Language note
Title page text in English
LC call number
M1746
LC item number
.C6 1780
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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  • Boston Public Library
  • Edward Preston & Sons
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  • Reels (Music)
  • Country-dances (Music)
  • Strathspeys
  • Cello and continuo music
  • Harpsichord music
Label
A collection of Scots reels or country dances : with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • For violoncello and continuo (unfigured bass) or harpsichord
  • "In playing these Basses on the Harpsichord, their Octaves may be also struck as represented by small Notes in the Jyket page 6th."
  • Music only, without text or figures
  • Date from British Library catalogue online
  • Includes publisher's advertisement at bottom of title page
  • Alphabetical index to tune titles: p. [3]-[4] (1st group)
  • "Price 6s" --title page
  • Bound with: Strathspey reels, waltz's & Irish jiggs for the harp, piano forte, & violin ... / William Campbell. [c.1795-1810] ; Campbell's ninth book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [between 1785-1802] ; Campbell's tenth book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [between 1795-1802] ; Campbell's 12th book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [18--?] ; Campbell's 14th book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [18--?] ; Campbell's 1st book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [BETWEEN 1795-1802] ; Musica curiosa :or, A curious collection of celebrated airs / Granno et al. [177-?]
Contents
Lady Doll Sinclair's reel. The milkmaids of Blantyre. Miss Polly Skiner's reel. Miss Ramsey's reel. The parks of Kilburnie. Kiss me sweetly. Cameron has got has wife again. Mr. Robt. Kennedys reel. Miss Blair's reel. I'll gae nae mair to your Town. The fyket. Isle of Sky. Jacky Stewarts reell [sic]. Duke of Perth's reel. Capt. Ross's reel. Short apron. Hoptoun House. Lady Hariot Hope's reel. The Highlandman kiss'd his mother. Miss Murray's reel. Drummore's rant. He hirpl'd till her. Had the lass till I winn at her. Steer the gil [i.e. gill]. Lady Nell Wemyss's reel. Your welcome to your feet again. Because he was a bonny lad. The parson & his boots. Merry lads of air. Tulloch gorm. Over the water to Charlie. Lenox love to Blantyre. Struen Robertson's rant. A trip to London. Miss Fraser's reel. Miss Farquharson's reel. Clodun reel. The bonny lass of Fannhiven. Mrs. Ross's reel. Miss Flora McDonald's reel. Lady Betty Wemyss's reel. Sr. Alexr. McDonald's reel. Sodger laddie. Marchment House. I'll make you be fain to follow me. A bonny lass to marry me. King of Prussia's reel. Coming throw the broom my Jo. Elsie Marly. Captain Lockhart of the Tartar. Dusty Miller. O'er young to marry yet. Scots bonnet. Pipers maggot. Loch-ness. The carle he came o'er the craft. Rams horns. Rantan roaran Highland man. The lady's breast knot. Brose and butter. Keep the country bonny lassie. Lady George Beauclark's reel. Balendaloch's dream. The braes of mor. The bride is a bonny thing. Lady Jean Murray's rant. Birks of Abergeldy. Irvin Stiple. Kick the rogues out. Braes of Barlyaheder. The last pint ale. The fir tree : strathspey. Kilwinan Lodge. Balgeny's bouling green. Queensberry House. The bonny wi thing. The Millers wedding : strathspey. Rothemurches rant : strathspey. The wives of Torphichan. The ruffians rant : strathspey. Lochiel's rant. The North loch. I have a wife of my ain. The Stuart's rant. The bonnet makers of Dundee. Hey my nanny. The malt-man comes a Monday. The Highland laddie. The drunken wife. Sleepy Maggy. Colonel Crawfurd's reel. Will you go to Sheriff moor. Pudding Maggie. Lady Jean Hume's reel. The bonny lass of Luss. Cadgers of the Cannongate. Lady McIntosh's reel. Woo'd & married & a'. The Burn of Carnie. Merrily dance the Quaker. Jenny dang the weaver. Peggie's wedding. Kiss the lass ye like best. Port Patrick. Whistle o'er the leave o't : strathspey. Ye'll ay be welcome back again. Lord Kelly's reel. Links of Leith. The bridge of Anas. I wish you'd marry me now. Hoble about. The lads of Elgin. As black as a coal. Up & war them a' Willie. Willie winks : strathspey. Lady Elgin's reel. Let's to the Ard : strathspey. Don side : strathspey. Just as I was in the morning. The Grant's rant. Clean peas straw. Drown drouth. Check him inn. Pitkerie's reel : strathspey. Blue britches. What the d--l ails you. Barley cakes. Yeal yeal. Crief fair. Josh of Perth. New claret. Argyll's bowling green. Shaun Truish Willichan. New Mills House. Lady Betty Cochran's reel. Earl Marshal's reel. The spell. A kiss for nothing. A feg for a kiss. Double kisses. O as I was kiss'd the streen. The lassie wi the yellow coatie. My ain kind dearie. The File-bek is ay ready. O'er the moor among the heather. The Athol cummers : strathspey. Breas of Athol. The corporal. The oyster wives rant. Jenny Nettles. Lord Kinaird's reel. Mary Gray. Cameronian's rant. Lady Mary Menzies reel. Lasses likes nea Brandy. Campbells are coming o ho. Knit the pocky. Reel of Tulloch. Maggy's weam is fu' J true. Cuzle together. Lady Ann Erskin's reel. Duke of Hamilton's reel. My mither's ay alowran o'er me. Blair Drummond's reel. Old Stuarts back again. Eight men of Mudardt. The Jolly Plowman. Hey to Couper. The auld wife ayout the fire. O'er boggie. Sugarcandy. New Christmas. Cambdelmore : strathspey. The Wright's rant. Jock's lodge. Back of the change house. Merry dancers. Carrick reel. [Lord Eglinton's reel. Bonninton Well. Sr. John Malcolm.]
Extent
1 online resource (1 v.
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Allen A. Brown Collection) copy a "bound-with" volume of multiple works, half-bound in green/black/brown marbled papers and green leather (faded to brown in much of spine) over boards. Binder's spine title and decorative device of the Boston Public Library in gilt. Front pastedown includes ex libris (bookplate) of the Boston Public Library, featuring a portrait of Robert Charles Billings, and identifying copy as purchased with "the income of the Robert Charles Billings Fund". Front cover and flyleaf detached from spine binding. Printed on antique laid papers with visible chainlines, wire lines, and watermark. First title page includes perforation stamp of the Boston Public Library. Rear pastedown includes ink stamp of the Boston Public Library Bindery, dated "JUN 25 1886".
Other physical details
music (black & white))
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A collection of Scots reels or country dances : with a bass for the violincello or harpsichord
Link
Publication
Note
  • For violoncello and continuo (unfigured bass) or harpsichord
  • "In playing these Basses on the Harpsichord, their Octaves may be also struck as represented by small Notes in the Jyket page 6th."
  • Music only, without text or figures
  • Date from British Library catalogue online
  • Includes publisher's advertisement at bottom of title page
  • Alphabetical index to tune titles: p. [3]-[4] (1st group)
  • "Price 6s" --title page
  • Bound with: Strathspey reels, waltz's & Irish jiggs for the harp, piano forte, & violin ... / William Campbell. [c.1795-1810] ; Campbell's ninth book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [between 1785-1802] ; Campbell's tenth book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [between 1795-1802] ; Campbell's 12th book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [18--?] ; Campbell's 14th book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [18--?] ; Campbell's 1st book of new and favorite country dances & strathspey reels ... / [BETWEEN 1795-1802] ; Musica curiosa :or, A curious collection of celebrated airs / Granno et al. [177-?]
Contents
Lady Doll Sinclair's reel. The milkmaids of Blantyre. Miss Polly Skiner's reel. Miss Ramsey's reel. The parks of Kilburnie. Kiss me sweetly. Cameron has got has wife again. Mr. Robt. Kennedys reel. Miss Blair's reel. I'll gae nae mair to your Town. The fyket. Isle of Sky. Jacky Stewarts reell [sic]. Duke of Perth's reel. Capt. Ross's reel. Short apron. Hoptoun House. Lady Hariot Hope's reel. The Highlandman kiss'd his mother. Miss Murray's reel. Drummore's rant. He hirpl'd till her. Had the lass till I winn at her. Steer the gil [i.e. gill]. Lady Nell Wemyss's reel. Your welcome to your feet again. Because he was a bonny lad. The parson & his boots. Merry lads of air. Tulloch gorm. Over the water to Charlie. Lenox love to Blantyre. Struen Robertson's rant. A trip to London. Miss Fraser's reel. Miss Farquharson's reel. Clodun reel. The bonny lass of Fannhiven. Mrs. Ross's reel. Miss Flora McDonald's reel. Lady Betty Wemyss's reel. Sr. Alexr. McDonald's reel. Sodger laddie. Marchment House. I'll make you be fain to follow me. A bonny lass to marry me. King of Prussia's reel. Coming throw the broom my Jo. Elsie Marly. Captain Lockhart of the Tartar. Dusty Miller. O'er young to marry yet. Scots bonnet. Pipers maggot. Loch-ness. The carle he came o'er the craft. Rams horns. Rantan roaran Highland man. The lady's breast knot. Brose and butter. Keep the country bonny lassie. Lady George Beauclark's reel. Balendaloch's dream. The braes of mor. The bride is a bonny thing. Lady Jean Murray's rant. Birks of Abergeldy. Irvin Stiple. Kick the rogues out. Braes of Barlyaheder. The last pint ale. The fir tree : strathspey. Kilwinan Lodge. Balgeny's bouling green. Queensberry House. The bonny wi thing. The Millers wedding : strathspey. Rothemurches rant : strathspey. The wives of Torphichan. The ruffians rant : strathspey. Lochiel's rant. The North loch. I have a wife of my ain. The Stuart's rant. The bonnet makers of Dundee. Hey my nanny. The malt-man comes a Monday. The Highland laddie. The drunken wife. Sleepy Maggy. Colonel Crawfurd's reel. Will you go to Sheriff moor. Pudding Maggie. Lady Jean Hume's reel. The bonny lass of Luss. Cadgers of the Cannongate. Lady McIntosh's reel. Woo'd & married & a'. The Burn of Carnie. Merrily dance the Quaker. Jenny dang the weaver. Peggie's wedding. Kiss the lass ye like best. Port Patrick. Whistle o'er the leave o't : strathspey. Ye'll ay be welcome back again. Lord Kelly's reel. Links of Leith. The bridge of Anas. I wish you'd marry me now. Hoble about. The lads of Elgin. As black as a coal. Up & war them a' Willie. Willie winks : strathspey. Lady Elgin's reel. Let's to the Ard : strathspey. Don side : strathspey. Just as I was in the morning. The Grant's rant. Clean peas straw. Drown drouth. Check him inn. Pitkerie's reel : strathspey. Blue britches. What the d--l ails you. Barley cakes. Yeal yeal. Crief fair. Josh of Perth. New claret. Argyll's bowling green. Shaun Truish Willichan. New Mills House. Lady Betty Cochran's reel. Earl Marshal's reel. The spell. A kiss for nothing. A feg for a kiss. Double kisses. O as I was kiss'd the streen. The lassie wi the yellow coatie. My ain kind dearie. The File-bek is ay ready. O'er the moor among the heather. The Athol cummers : strathspey. Breas of Athol. The corporal. The oyster wives rant. Jenny Nettles. Lord Kinaird's reel. Mary Gray. Cameronian's rant. Lady Mary Menzies reel. Lasses likes nea Brandy. Campbells are coming o ho. Knit the pocky. Reel of Tulloch. Maggy's weam is fu' J true. Cuzle together. Lady Ann Erskin's reel. Duke of Hamilton's reel. My mither's ay alowran o'er me. Blair Drummond's reel. Old Stuarts back again. Eight men of Mudardt. The Jolly Plowman. Hey to Couper. The auld wife ayout the fire. O'er boggie. Sugarcandy. New Christmas. Cambdelmore : strathspey. The Wright's rant. Jock's lodge. Back of the change house. Merry dancers. Carrick reel. [Lord Eglinton's reel. Bonninton Well. Sr. John Malcolm.]
Extent
1 online resource (1 v.
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Allen A. Brown Collection) copy a "bound-with" volume of multiple works, half-bound in green/black/brown marbled papers and green leather (faded to brown in much of spine) over boards. Binder's spine title and decorative device of the Boston Public Library in gilt. Front pastedown includes ex libris (bookplate) of the Boston Public Library, featuring a portrait of Robert Charles Billings, and identifying copy as purchased with "the income of the Robert Charles Billings Fund". Front cover and flyleaf detached from spine binding. Printed on antique laid papers with visible chainlines, wire lines, and watermark. First title page includes perforation stamp of the Boston Public Library. Rear pastedown includes ink stamp of the Boston Public Library Bindery, dated "JUN 25 1886".
Other physical details
music (black & white))
Specific material designation
remote

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