Caledonian country dances
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Caledonian country dances being a collection of all the celebrated Scotch and English country dances now in vogue, with proper directions to each dance, perform"d at Court and publick entertainments, for the harpsicord, violin, hoboy, or German flute. Vol. II, part II.

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Published by I. Walsh in London .
Written in English


  • Country-dances

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 13-100 p.
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18823133M

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Publication Caledonian Country Dances Book 1 Overview; Extra Info; Dances; Tunes; Diagrams; This publication is still looking for someone to adopt it and give it tender loving care. Will you be the one? — What does this mean? Short name Wyche. The Border Reel was originally part of the edition of RSCDS Book The source was a dance published in by a John Johnson in a collection called "Caledonian Country Dances". Ysobel Stewart (RSCDS founder along with Miss Jean Milligan) transcribed the dance and the RSCDS then interpreted the dance with the formations above.   It had appeared earlier under the title "Porto Bello," printed by Walsh in his Caledonian Country Dances (book 3), c. English printings of the tune include John Johnson's Choice Collection of Favourite Country Dances, vol. 3 (London, ), and Longman and Broderip's Compleat Collection of Favourite Country Dances (London, Misc. Notes Book 2: The Caledonian Pocket Companion in 6 Volumes, containing all the Favourite Scotch Tunes with their Variations for the German Flute with an index to the whole By James Oswald Books The Caledonian Pocket Companion, containing a favourite Collection of Scotch Tunes, with Variations for the German Flute or Violin, by James er: Oswald, James.

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