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A selection of the most favourite Scots-songs

chiefly pastoral, adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin

by William Tytler

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Published by Willm. Napier in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Songs with violin,
  • Scots Ballads,
  • Scots Songs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby eminent masters
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 score (77, 77 p.) ;
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25666176M

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A Selection of the most Favourite Scots Songs Alt ernative. Title A Selection of the most Favourite Scots Songs chiefly Pastoral adapted for the Harpsichord with an Accompaniment for a Violin by Eminent Masters Composer Napier, William: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat.

None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 81 songs First Pub Composer: Napier, William. A selection of the most favourite Scots-songs chiefly pastoral.

MLA Citation. Napier, William. and Arnold, Samuel. and Haydn, Joseph. and Bartolozzi, Francesco. A selection of the most favourite Scots-songs [music]: chiefly pastoral / adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for the violin by eminent masters Full text of "A selection of the most favourite Scots-songs: chiefly pastoral, adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin" See other formats.

A Selection of the Most Favourite Scots Songs () Templates {{HaydnScotSongs|No. (in book)|date|page-range (opt)}} Extra Information Published by Napier as Volumes Volume 1 of the set, A Selection of the Most Favourite Scots Songs, does not include arrangements by er: Haydn, Joseph. A Selection of the most favourite Scots songs chiefly stafforal.: Adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin.

By eminent masters respectfully inscribed to Her Grace the Duchess of Gordon. Volume 1 - Selection of the most favourite Scots songs, chiefly pastoral; Description: Adapted for the voice and harpsichord, with accompaniment by eminent masters to which is prefixed a dissertation on the Scottish music.

London: Printed for William Napier, music seller to their Majesties, []. The titlepage is engraved. Duplicate pagination. From: A Selection of the Most Favourite Scots Songs (Napier, William), first edition ernst stolz, baroque violin, low whistle, virtual lute and organ ht.

A selection of original Scots songs in three parts by J. Hadyn () A selection of Scots songs - harmonized improved with simple, and adapted graces Vols. 1 - 3 by P. Urbani () A selection of the most favourite Scots-songs - chiefly pastoral, adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin by W.

Tytler ()Seller Rating: % positive. Description. Over several years Robert Burns contributed to James Johnson’s The Scots Musical Museum (–) and later George Thomson’s five-volume A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs for the Voice, preserving over a disagreement over the worth of 'The Red, Red Rose' led Burns to offer it to the Scots singer Pietro Urbani, who published it in his.

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Book ii. inpp. 50; Books I'll. and iv. inpp. 54 each. ' A Select Collection of Original Scotish. Airs, with select and charac­teristic Scotch and English verses, the most part of which written by the celebrated R. Burns ; arranged for the voice, with introductory and concluding symphonies and accompaniments for the pianoforte.

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Richard Clark, ed. Thomas Morley, comp. London: The Philanthropic Society, Rare Books Medium (ML C4 W6 ) A companion to the ball room. Thomas Wilson. London: Button, Whittaker, The Scots song tradition is very diverse and the types of song vary widely.

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