Record Detail

Title:Manuscript music book belonging to William H. Clark.
Place of Publication:Hudson, New York
Date of Publication:between 1820 and 1830
Sub-group:Center for Popular Music
Physical Description:1 score (68 unnumbered pages) ; 10 x 17 cm
Contents:Links open individual songs at Internet Archive.
Sen' riogh a'tha aguin is fear dinn (Wha'll be king but Charley) :
Hearts of oak :
Lash'd to the helm :
Savourna delish :
John Anderson my Joe :
Tak' your auld cloak about ye :
Cease rude boreas :
O say bonny lass :
Bonny Dundee :
Gala water :
Down the burn Davie :
The flowers of the forest [First line:] I've heard of a lilting, at our ewes milking :
N'dean u ruidh air falbh leam (Will you run away wi' me) :
Duimuachdair (Highland road to Inverness) :
Duncan Macqueen strathspey :
Miss Graham of Inchbrakies :
Lassie wi' the yellow coatie :
A skye aair :
The original set of the braes of Mar :
Lake of Killarney :
The emigrants welcome [First line:] From the land of our sires see the valient come forth :
O why left I my hame [First line:] O' why left I my hame, why did I cross the deep :
Scotias hills for me [First line:] Oh these are not my country's hills :
Kind Robin lo'es me :
The maid that tends the goats :
Hearts of oak :
Jenny's bawbee :
Crazy Jane :
The cottage on the moor :
Lash'd to the helm :
Blackeyed Susan :
The lass of Paties mill :
Rule Britannia :
Roy's wife :
The last time I came o'er the muir :
Tweed side :
Jenny dang the weaver :
The broom of Cowdenknows :
Oft in the [stilly night] :
Jocky's return :
Mary of Castlecary :
Daintie Davie :
Ewe bughts Marion :
The yellow haired laddie :
Sweet Ellen :
Rural Felicity :
Little thinks the townsmans wife :
Tam Glen :
Sally in our alley :
White cockade :
Drink to me only :
The new riggd ship :
A rondo :
God save the queen :
Bonapartes march :
Turkish music :
The emperors march :
A quick step :
I hae a wife o' may ain :
Mullin du :
Mrs McLeod of Elenreech :
My ain kind dearie :
Mrs Johnstons reel :
Rothiemurchus rant :
Balquither :
Captn. MacIntosh :
Lord MacDonalds reel :
Lady Loudon :
Rachael Rae :
Loch Earn :
Pease straw :
Mrs Chas. Grahams welcome home :
Der Bursch von aechtem schrot und korn [First line:] The German Bursh of genuine cut :
Auf brueder! Lasst uns lustig leben! [First line:] Come brethren now for mirth [and] laughter :
Gaudeamus Eg'itur [First line:] Gaudeamus Burschen brave! :
Ye kenna ye've been born yet [First line:] Yestreen at gray o'gloamin :
Miss Drummond of Perth :
Braigh Bhan'bh The highlands of Banffshire :
Jeany deans :
Laird of Dumbiedikes :
Marfhear shimm: Lord Lovats welcome :
Honest Duncan :
Il' gang nae mair to yon town :
Go to Berwick Johnny :
The rock and the wee pickle tow :

Subject(s):Music -- Manuscripts.
Dance music.
Fiddle tunes.
Popular music -- To 1901.

Notes:1 musical copybook with 85 pieces including many Scottish dance tunes with Gaelic titles.
Musical notation likely in different hands and inks.
Cover is full crimson straight grained morocco with ornamental lyre stamped in gilt at center and on the spine.
Each leaf is staff-ruled and bordered in 'plaid' in green ink.
Title of volume assigned by cataloger from the inscription on the first page.
Page 1 is inscribed, "Wm. H. Clark, Hudson, New York" and "Wm. H. Clark, Hudson".
Someone has added 4 pieces beginning from the back forward.

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Accession No.:96-065
Item ID:MUMSS-00074
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