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Twenty-five Scottish airs

Mark Houghton

Twenty-five Scottish airs

by Mark Houghton

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Published by Productions d"Oz in Saint-Romuald, QC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementarr. Mark Houghton.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsM
The Physical Object
Pagination1 score (25 p.) ;
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21564226M
ISBN 102895008035
OCLC/WorldCa77478698

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This is the third book in the Airs for Pairs series and the first to focus on the music of one country. Drawn from centuries of Scottish music, the selection includes well-known tunes alongside some rarer gems, as well as two fine modern compositions: my thanks to Brian McNeill and Martin Marroni for /5(4).

The twenty-five pieces in this collection date back to eighteenth and nineteenth century Scotland. Music was passed around among professional and amateur musicians, hand copied, and ended up in slightly different versions in many collections.

The Airs were originally songs or for solo violin/5(2). A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs Alt ernative. Title Composer Thomson, George: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat.

None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 4 volumes (later combined into 2) First Pub lication. Librettist David Mallet Robert Burns Peter Pindar Robert Crawford Thomas Percy Richard Brinsley Composer: Thomson, George.

Debut book of arrangements of traditional Scottish airs. Includes Ae Fond Kiss, Banks of Lochiel, Da Day Dawn, Hector the Hero, and more than 20 more tunes.

Airs lament loss, celebrate events, encourage, encourage singing, or commiserate. Some are almost painfully slow and others speed by at a gallop.

These tunes are often best expressed with emotion—and lots of it. IntroductionThis is the third book in the Airs for Pairs series, and the first to focus on the music of one country.

Drawn from centuries of Scottish music, the selection includes well-known tunes alongside some rarer gems, as well as two fine modern compositions: my thanks to Brian McNeill and Martin Marroni for permission to include these. A select collection of original Scottish airs for the voice: with introductory and concluding symphonies & accompaniments for the piano forte, violin & violoncello: with select and characteristic verses both Scottish and English adapted to the airs, including upwards of Pages: George Thomson, born at Limekilns, Fife, Scotland, was a noted collector of the music of Scotland, a music publisher, and a friend of Robert Burns.

He was clerk to the board of trustees in Edinburgh for 60 years. His A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs for the Voice came out in five volumes between andand included contributions from Burns, Walter Scott and Thomas Campbell.

Part 1 of the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act – "the Act" - introduced a new system of licensing for low-powered air weapons in Scotland. The Act sets out a licensing regime that allows the police to better protect Scottish communities by removing air.

Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book Alt ernative. Title Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book; a collection of the melodies of all nations, adapted for the violin, flute, clarionett, etc. Edited by James Manson. Composer Various: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat.

None [force assignment] First Pub lication. Language English Piece Style Classical. This is the third book in the Airs for Pairs series, and the first to focus on the music of one country. Drawn from centuries of Scottish music, the selection includes well-known tunes alongside some rarer gems, as well as two fine modern compositions: my thanks to Brian McNeill and Martin Marroni for permission to include these.5/5(1).

In JuneThomson brought out the first part of his Select Scottish Airs. It contained the twenty-five songs originally prornised by Burns. The editor sent the poet a copy, enclosing a five-pound note, accompanied by the explanation. You sent me "Airs for Pairs", not "Scottish Airs for Pairs".

I had already ordered and received a copy of "Airs for Pairs" from you, so now I have two copies of the same book, and no Scottish airs. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.

Virginia Crewe. out of 5 stars Five Stars/5(6). Strings By Mail Twenty-Five Scottish Airs - Level: 2,5Number of Pages: 28Arrangement by: Houghton, MarkInstrumentation: Guitar onlyComposer: VARIOUSBrand: 1-c-d'oz/doberman. Anyway, the song was published by Thomson in Edinburgh inin "A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs " with accompaniments by Beethoven and Haydn.

Beethoven gave an opus no. to this lot, "Twenty-five Scottish Songs", opus (the only ones he did give an opus no. to). Latest updates: 26/3/ Archive DVD added to subs form, and new subscription charges effective 1 April 26/1/ Archive DVD now available to order.

Publisher: Mel Bay The twenty-five pieces in this collection date back to eighteenth and nineteenth century Scotland. Music was passed around among professional and amateur musicians, hand copied, and ended up in slightly different versions in many collections.

The Airs were originally songs or for solo violin. For lever or pedal harp. This is the definitive harp book on Turlough O'Carolan.

Starting from Donal O'Sullivan's classic study of O'Carolan and his music, Irish harper Caitriona Rowsome has expanded on the information and made it even more relevant for harp players.

Whereas O'Sullivan's book includes the melody line for all tunes written by or attributed to O'Carolan, Caitriona's. Scottish Meter/Rhythm Air/Lament/Listening Piece Key/Tonic of F Accidental 1 flat Mode Ionian (Major) Time signature 3/4 History Structure One part, AB Editor/Compiler William Thomson Book/Manuscript title Orpheus Caledonius Tune and/or Page number p.

Books set in Scotland or where the author is Scottish Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. ISBN The twenty-five pieces in this collection date back to eighteenth and nineteenth century Scotland.

Music was passed around among professional and amateur musicians, hand copied, and ended up in slightly different versions in many collections.

The Airs were originally songs or for solo violin. The twenty-five pieces in this collection date back to 18th and 19th century Scotland. Included are song and fiddle airs, strathspeys, reels, jigs, a hornpipe and the sword dance.

The pieces are arranged for viola and cello with guitar chords. Since the viola generally has the melody, the pieces can also be played by solo viola.A Scotland Reading Challenge.

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3 members, last active 8 years ago.The titles of Scottish fiddle tunes read like a mixture of a history lesson, a travel brochure, and a Who’s Who of Scotland.

Consider such titles as The Marquis of Huntley’s Farewell, Mr Murray of Pittaendreich, The Battle of Harlawnverugie, Culloden, Rousing the Nation, Bridge of Perth, King Robert the Bruce, Well may Charley Wear the.