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Nathaniel Gow (Strathspey) - MacIntosh Of MacIntosh & Lady Hamilton (Reels) - John A. MacDonald and

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  1. Check out March, Strathspey & Reel: John MacDonald of Glencoe - MacBeth's Strathspey - MacAllister's Dirk. by Robert Wallace on Amazon Music. Stream ad .
  2. $ links to secure server / on-line store. NOTE: All tunes on this recording are transcribed in a new book "The Music of John Campbell: A Cape Breton Legacy" compiled by George RuckartThis long play CD includes all of John's classic Rounder label CD plus another 8 tracks selected from John's independent LP releases made during the '80s.
  3. Three Favorite New Strathspeys & one Reel Nathaniel Gow This work was advertised as Lately published in the Caledonian Mercury for 10th June The collection contains Lady Susan Hamilton's Strathspey, Mr R. Campbell of Shawfields Reel, Lady Doune's Strathspey, Lady E. Lindsay's Strathspey and Cary Owen.
  4. Although his repertoire is mainly 18th and 19th century Scottish music, in his formative years he also learned tunes from two of 20th century Cape Breton's most influential composers -his cousin, the legendary composer Dan R. MacDonald and from Queensville neighbour Dan Hughie MacEachern.
  5. David Glen was the son of Alexander Glen, was a pipe maker in Edinburgh, and published pipe music from from to David Glen's Edinburgh Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music is an eleven book set that contains settings.
  6. In he began business as a music seller in partnership with Nathaniel Gow, trading as Gow & Shepherd, and the Second Collection was published by the firm in the early s. Notices in the press after his death called for claims by creditors for a dividend from his estate - .
  7. Tune: The Jimmy McIntosh Reel, by Karl G. Sandeman. Publication: Leaflet. John Paul Jones (Reel, 8x32 bars). Devised by John Drewry () John Paul was born on 6 July at Kirkbean in Kirkcudbrightshire. For a time he was apprenticed to a Whitehaven merchant. He assumed the name Jones when he settled in Virginia.

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