Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book (Various)

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Editor:

James Manson (1812-1863)

Publisher Info.:

Glasgow: William Hamilton, 1844-1846.

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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General Information

Work Title Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book
Alternative 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
First Publication 1844
Language English
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation violin / flute / clarinet / open instrumentation (treble staff)


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Contents

Volume 1

My wife's a wanton wee thing -- A chriodhalachd = -- The merry making -- Minuet : from Don Giovanni [minuet] / Mozart -- The cachucha dance -- La fantasia / Lady Eliz. Lindsay -- Lovely bell / J. Davy -- Il crocciato -- The garb of old Gaul -- Hibernia : a favourite Irish air -- Paddy Carey -- Cawdor fair -- Waltz / Mozart -- Willie was a wanton wag -- Pray goody : from the opera of Midas -- Ah! roses are sweet / M.P. King -- Peerie weerie -- The howlet and the weasel -- Carron side -- The legacy = -- How shall we abstain from whisky -- The legacy [article] -- Jenny's bawbee -- The langour of love -- March : from the occasional overture / Handel -- Hey, ca' thro' -- The last time I cam' o'er the muir -- Neapolitan threshers -- Polwart on the green -- Lord Eglinton's reel -- The princess royal's minuet / George Muschet -- The cock of the north : an honourary title of the Duke of Gordon -- Bonnie wee thing -- The ladies of London -- The tank : country dance -- Marchioness of Huntly's strathspey / Marshall -- Lady Madelina Palmer's strathspey / Marshall -- Cailleagan a bhail mhoir = -- Inverness lasses -- Kiss the cold winter away -- Rattling roaring Willie -- My lady's gown has gairs upon't -- Waltz / Mozart -- Noble squire Dacre comes over the border -- Timour the tartar -- The winnowing sheet -- The winnowing sheet [article] -- Lick the ladle, Sandy -- Lady Ann Stewart's strathspey -- Favourite French waltz -- Miss Platoff's wedding / Nath. Gow -- Waltz from the overture to Lodoiska, waltz -- Caledonian Hunt's march -- Orange and blue -- Dundas of Arniston's reel -- My spirits are mounting -- My nannie, o -- Moll Tierney : Irish air -- Morag -- The hills of Glenurchie -- The hills of Glenurchie [article] -- A lament for a friend -- The hon. Ramsay Maule's march / Nathaniel Gow -- Charmante Gabrielle : old French air -- For a' that and a' that -- We met : German air -- Noran Kitsa : Irish -- Noran Kitsa [article] -- Goodwife admit the stranger : Gaelic air -- Dance to your daddie -- Air from the opera of Niobe / Pacini -- Dandaleith / Marshall -- King of Prussia's waltz, waltz / D. Steibelt -- Edinburgh musical fund / J. Reinagle -- German hornpipe -- Say my heart why wildly beating / C. M. von Weber -- Green hills of Tyrol : from the opera of Guillame Tell / Rossini -- Seule, dans un bois, filoit lisé / M. Grevin, l'ainé, Professur = -- Vaudeville -- Dulce domum -- Awa' to bonnie Tweedside -- Saxon waltz, waltz / G. Von Benningsen -- Quadrille -- The fiery cross : Gaelic air -- Hornpipe -- Winter -- For lack of gold she left me -- Go, George, I can't endure you -- Rural Felicity -- Marche des Marseillois -- Jenny Jones : Welsh air, Cader Idris -- The garland of love -- Saw ye my wee thing -- Duncan McQueen's strathspey -- The jolly old woman : Irish air -- Frenet ha' : very ancient ballad air -- There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame : Jacobite air -- Air Savoyard -- Miss Drummond of Perth's strathspey -- Highlander's farewell to Ireland -- Indian's march -- Over the water to Charlie -- Dear vale whose green retreats : from the opera of The Mariners -- The brown jug -- The lady of the desart : Irish air -- Persian dance -- N't aparan goirid : old set = -- Short apron -- Miss Ann Douglas of Brigton's jig -- Hornpipe -- Mr. R. Stewart's waltz, waltz -- Mrs. Clarke's strathspey -- The marchioness of Douglas's favourite / Nath. Gow -- Peggy I must love thee : Scottish air -- The nut : country dance -- Meg Merrilees : country dance -- Mari nighean dheorsa : Gaelic air -- La catina : quadrille par rose -- The stool of repentance : Scottish -- The deil amang the tailors -- Laoidh an t' slanuidhfear : Gaelic air -- Ye shall walk in silk attire -- The hemp dressers -- Sfluich an oidhche noch, 'sgur fuar i : Gaelic air = -- Wet is this night and cold -- God preserve the emperor / Haydn -- The Bath waltz, waltz / Taylor -- Ap shenkin -- Set to me Jenny / John Turnbull -- The inspired bard : Welch air -- Martini's minuet -- Staffordshire militia march -- Bessie's haggis -- March from Guillame Tell / Rossini -- Fhir a bhata : Gaelic air = -- The boat of my lover -- Quadrille / James Warden -- March from Pietro L'Eremita / Rossini -- O whistle and I'll come to you, my lad -- The Hamburgh waltz, waltz -- The cobbler of Castleberry -- Blow, blow thou winter wind : sung in As you like it / Dr Arne -- Slan gun thig mo run a nall : Gaelic air = -- Well may my true love arrive -- Kitty Tyrell : Irish air -- Trust not man -- Three children sliding on the ice : old English air -- Hornpipe -- Fra tante amgoscie / Caroffa -- Auld Rob Morris -- La bissette -- The sprig of shillelah -- Negro melody -- The fourteenth of October : Scottish air -- Miss Blair of Blair's jig -- Mrs. Spens Monro's jig -- Nis o rinneadh ar taghadh : Gaelic jorram or rowing air -- The yellow hair'd laddie : Scottish air -- Old Towler / Shield -- Mr. Will's favourite -- Eiridh na finnacha' Gaelach : Gaelic air = -- The rebel war song -- James Boick's reel : now printed for the first time -- The Kilwinning archers' strathspey : now printed for the first time -- The blue eyed youth : from the comic opera of Oh! this love, or the Masqueraders / M.P. King -- Marmont's retreat -- The maid of Snowdoun -- The wealth of the cottage is love : from the opera of Paul and Virginia / W. Reeve -- The maid of Lodi / Shield -- French melody -- Ye mariners of England -- The Glasgow quadrilles = -- La pantalon -- L'ete -- La poule -- La trenise -- La finale -- Such beauties in view : Irish jig -- Cro nan gobhar : Gaelic air = -- The goat pen -- Dry your tears : from Durfy's pills to purge melancholy -- Sally Kelly -- Saunders brane / Mr. Duncan -- We're no very fou but we're gaily yet : Scottish air = -- The laird of Skene's favourite -- My only Joe and dearie o : supposed Irish air -- Boyne water : Irish air -- Macpherson's lament -- The braes of Ballendine -- Partant pour la syrie : French air = -- Romance of Dunois -- Maid of Isla -- Miss Rabina Boswell's reel -- Hewitson's hornpipe / S.W. Wigton, Cumberland -- The Hamilton march / John Turnbull -- My love is ower bonnie for a man o' war -- Air / Mozart -- Somehow my spindle I mislaid -- Back of the change-house -- Hoddam castle -- Chaidh an toran mu thom -- An sealladh mo dheireadh do thearlach : Gaelic air = -- Prince Charles's last view of Scotland -- Ranging the plaine one summer's night : Playford's coll 1684 -- The covenanter's tomb : Scottish air -- Morfa rhuddlan : Welch air -- Birniebouzle = -- Braes o' Tullimett -- Coll McBain's reel -- Lord Kelly's strathspey -- Hearts of oak / Davy -- Captain Clackit / Dibdin -- The links of Killarow -- Teetotal jig / A. Gunn -- Chevalier waltz, waltz / John Turnbull -- Rothiemurchie's rant -- Slionar eubh agus iolach : Gaelic air = -- Many are the cries and shrieks of woe -- The dark tower : Irish air -- The Berlin waltz, waltz -- Miss Margaret Brown's favourite / Nathaniel Gow -- I love my love in secret : Scottish air -- Calibria -- Love will find out the way -- Lady Grace Douglas's reel -- Alridge's hornpipe -- Buona notte amata bene : Venetian air -- Marchioness of Huntly's jig -- Fleurs castle : country dance -- He was fam'd for deeds of arms / D. Corri -- The bay of Biscay / Davy -- Griffe's favourite march -- Killiecrankie : Scottish air : old set -- Mrs Hamilton of Pintcaitland's strathspey / Nath. Gow -- Brose and butter : Scottish jig -- My lady's mantle : first set -- Listen to the voice of love / Hook -- Beneditta sia la madre : Venetian air -- Blar leine : Gaelic air = -- The battle of Kinloch lochy -- Geological rant -- Assembly waltz, waltz / John Turnbull -- Mr Stabilina's favourite / Nathaniel Gow. -- Alace! I vyte zoure twa fayre eyne : very ancient -- Come o'er the stream Charlie : Jacobite air -- Slow march from The battle of Prague / Kotzwara -- Zitti, zitti / Rossini -- Number nip waltz, waltz / Thomas Henderson -- Tha mi mo chadal : Gaelic air : ancient set = -- I am asleep -- The dusky night : hunting song -- Borthwick braes : Scottish air -- The coquette new moulded : from D'Urfey's Pills to Purge Melancholy -- Pastheen fuen : Irish air -- Bhannerach dhon na chri' : Gaelic air -- Bhannerach dhon na chri' [article] -- Molly Macalpin : Irish air -- Haggis Geordie's jig -- The butcher boy -- Maidain chuin cheitean : Gaelic air = -- Sweet May morning -- Rest! Warrior, rest! / Michael Kelly -- Miss Nisbet of Dirleton's reel / Nathaniel Gow. -- Colonel Hope's quick step, quick step -- The national, waltz = -- Russian waltz -- Lord Dunmore's quick march / George Muschet -- The market chorus : from the opera of Masaniello / Auber -- La rochelle -- The Balderston quadrilles : arranged for the universal tune-book = -- Le pantalon = -- Tak your auld cloak about ye -- L'ete = -- Bonnie Jeanie Grey -- La poule = -- My boy Tammy -- La trenise = -- The king shall enjoy his ain again = -- My love she's but a lassie yet -- La finale = -- The Berwickshire quick step -- Ackee-o : Negro song from the opera of Paul and Virginia / Reeve -- The highland watch -- Honourable Ramsay Maule's favourite / Nathaniel Gow. -- She rose and let me in -- Cuir a ghaoil dileas tharrum do lamh : Gaelic air = -- Place, true love, thine arm around me -- Corelli's jigga -- Strathavich : Gaelic air, printed for the first time -- Alloa house -- Glengary's favourite / Kennedy -- Coleen dhas croothe na moe : Irish air = -- The pretty girl milking the cow -- Oh love! how just and severe thy mighty godhead is / Francis Forcer, Playford's collection 1694 -- Tullochgorum -- Lord Macdonald -- Corporal Casey : Irish air -- Waltz -- Lowland Willie -- Old French melody -- Duke of York's favourite troop -- The souters of Selkirk : Scottish air -- Charles street, Bath -- Venetian air -- The shepherd's son : very old Scottish air -- Soldier's dance -- When we sailor lads first put to sea : from The mariners -- Kate Kearney : Irish air -- Come sing round my favourite tree -- Chanson d'artois / Mons. Heron Fils -- Moulines Maria / J. Moulds -- Air / Rossini -- The first of June -- Nancy's to the greenwood gane : old Scottish air -- One kind kiss before we part -- Bolero : from the opera of Masaniello -- The Caledonian hunt / Sir Alexander Don -- The fairy dance -- Thou art gane awa frae me, Mary -- Johnnie faa : old Scottish melody -- My apron dearie -- Air / Viotti -- The triumph : country dance -- Buxom nan -- Quick step -- Fisher's hornpipe = -- Blanchard's hornpipe -- Les charmants anglois -- The minstrel boy : Irish air -- John Paterson's mare -- Cock up your beaver : Scottish air -- All'idea waltz, waltz / Rossini -- Bonnie Jean : Scottish air -- Cumhadh fion : Gaelic air = -- Ossian's lament for his father -- Calver lodge : country dance -- Malbrough va-t-en guerre : French popular melody -- Farewell -- Le petit tambour -- March : from the opera of Blue Beard / Michael Kelly -- Jessie the flower of Dumblane / R.A. Smith -- The rising of the lark : Welch air -- The hunter's chorus : from the opera of Der Freyschutz / Weber -- Waltz / Henry Herz -- Saturday night at sea -- Kilcaldrum's reel : Scottish -- The deil amang the mealmongers : Scottish -- French march

Volume 2

Sur margine d’un rio -- The runaway bride -- Irish jig -- The Gaberlunzie’s march -- Down the burn Davie : Scottish air : first set -- Who to gain the laurel crown : old English air -- The gray cock : O saw ye my father : Scottish air -- The jolly beggar : Scottish air / attributed to King James V -- John of Paris -- = The Ladies Club -- Hanoverian waltz -- The deil’s elbow : reel / John Turnbull -- He stole my tender heart away -- The gnome waltz / T.H. -- C’est l’amour : French air -- = Oh tis love -- Could I each fault remember : from the opera of The Duenna -- O rare London town / Hook -- The poor heart-broken weaver / J.M. -- The morning star waltz -- Madame Vandercourt / Dibdin -- The Woodcockstank Brig -- The Marquis of Bowmont’s reel / Marshall -- Lillibulero : this set of the airs is from Durfey’s Pills to purge melancholy -- Love good night : English air -- The maid of Selma : from Johnson’s Musical Museum -- March from La donna del lago / Rossini -- The gardener wi his paidle : Scottish air -- = The gardener’s march -- Song of a Finlandish peasant girl : from Acerbi’s Travels through Sweden, Finland etc in 1798 and 1799 -- Awa Whigs awa : Jacobite air -- The widow Mahoney : Irish air -- St. Pierre hornpipe -- How long and drearie is the night : Gaelic air -- The crimson morn bids hence the night : from The duenna -- The banks of Forth / James Oswald -- = Ye sylvan powers that rule the plain -- O tis pleasant to float on the sea : from the opera of Oberon / Weber -- May we ne’er want a friend or a bottle to give him / John Davy -- Forgive me / Haydn -- Athol Cummers : strathspey : Scottish -- Jacky tar : hornpipe -- = Cuckoo’s nest -- = I do confess that thou art fair -- Single blessedness : very old -- Benny side : old Scottish melody -- Charlie is my darling : Jacobite air -- The Haughs o’ Cromdale : Gaelic air -- Lady Baird’s delight : reel : Scottish -- Hodgart’s delight : O leeze me on my bonnie lass : Scottish air -- Mackenzie’s rant : strathspey : Scottish -- Leewaerden Waltzer / J.W. Oelfingen -- Jack at Greenwich : from the entertainment called The cake-house / Dibdin -- Le Pont Neuf -- The chapter of fashions : old air -- Were na my heart licht I wad die : old Scottish air -- When Maggie gangs awa : strathspey / John Turnbull -- Lawers House : Scottish air -- See what a conquest love has made : Thomas Tudway from Playford’s Collection -- Stu mo run : Gaelic air -- Lord Gregory : old Scottish air -- Departed friends / J.M. -- O Mary ye’s e be clad in silk : Scottish air -- The braes of Locheil -- Gipsy quadrilles -- La Pantalon -- L’ete -- La poule -- La trenise -- La finale -- Mazourka -- My lodging is on the cold ground : Irish melody -- Chanson elegiaque -- Rondeau -- Quadrille -- The dusty miller : Scottish air -- Duncan’s election / John M’Glashan -- The Bob of Fettercairn : reel -- The oyster girl -- Chiu-ri-ruo : North Highland air -- O pescator de l’onda : Venetian air -- The lass of Livingstone -- Minuet -- Le printemps -- The reel of Achareidh / James Wylson -- The new rigged ship : country dance -- Le gobelin valse / J. Warden -- Whilst happy in my native land -- Ca-ca Geschmauset : German Burschen melody -- Jamie Gay / Mr. Berg -- The captain’s lady : Scottish air -- Lady Charlotte Bruce’s favourite / Nath. Gow -- Clyde-side lasses : reel -- The rambler or, Jock Tamson’s hornpipe / J.M. -- My true love far away : from The son-in-law -- The bonnie grey eyed morn : very old -- The Emerald Isle : Irish air -- I could never lustre see in eyes that would not look on me : from The Duenna -- Le ramonneur : French melody -- Rondo : suggested by J.P. Knight’s air Beautiful Venice / Dounieso -- What will I do gin my hoggie wad die : old Scottish melody -- The night-cap -- Farewell to Minna -- Planxty Drury : Irish air -- Burns’ Festival march, 6th August, 1844 / John Turnbull -- The hermit’s song : from the opera of Der Freyschutz / Weber -- Miss Skeen’s strathspey / P. Virtue -- Mrs. Christie’s rant -- You’re the beam of my eye / J. Harkin -- Favourite French air -- An thou wert my ain thing : old Scottish air -- Polonaise / J. Kuffner -- The widow of Wareham : country dance -- My heart’s in the Highlands : Gaelic air -- Anacreon in heaven -- The shipwrecked boy / J. Moulds -- The Scots recluse / James Oswald -- Was ist des deutschen Vaterland? : Burschen melody -- Waltz / Mr. P. King -- Money in both pockets : country dance -- Muir Mackenzie’s favourite / Mr. Sharpe of Hoddam -- Fete du village = The village festival -- Gladsmuir / William M’Gibbon -- The sisters -- To-ho-man-ho-to : melody country dance -- Hark the bonnie High Church bells / Dr. Aldrich -- Duke of Gloucester’s new march -- Gie me a lass wi’ a lump o’ land : Scottish air -- I’m as smart a lad as you’d wish to see : from The mouth of the Nile / Attwood -- Toll, toll the knell : from the opera of Mahmoud / Stephen Storace -- The fair maid with her milking pail : old English air / D.C. -- Paddy now won’t you be easy : Irish air -- Macgregor’s gathering : March in Rob Roy -- Our friends in Castleweerock / J.M. -- Chinese march / James Bickers -- Peep-bo, auld tow-wig / John Turnbull -- The harvest home : hornpipe -- The vain pursuit -- Captain Megan : Irish air -- Nobody coming to marry me -- The hardy sailor / Dr. Arnold -- The nymph -- Miss Sharpe’s fancy / Mr. Sharpe of Hoddam -- The priest in his boots : Irish air -- La tricoteuse, or The knitter’s waltz -- My ain fireside : Scottish air -- Lullaby : or, Peaceful slumbering on the ocean / Storace -- The wedding day : old name How can I be sad on my wedding day -- Young William was a seaman true -- Gin a body meet a body comin’ thro’ the rye : Scottish air -- The blue-eyed lassie / Robert Riddel -- The London march -- La chocaillon quadrille -- Oh no my love no : when I hang on thy bosom distracted to leave thee / Michael Kelly -- The golden farmer, hornhpipe -- The three ghosts : there sat three ghosts by the kirkyard side / J.M. -- The constant shepherdess -- Was blasen die Trompeten? = Why sounds the trumpet? : German melody -- The randy wives of Greenlaw / J. King -- Will watch / J. Davy -- Lord Eglinton’s auld man -- Grand march from the opera of Norma / Bellini -- Hunting the hare : Irish air = -- Calais packet -- Is your graith in order, strathspey -- A canaries : from Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle, 1636 -- Ah Colin, why : old air -- The weary pun’ o’ tow : Jacobite air = -- Hey then up we go -- The waefu’ heart = -- Gin living worth could win my heart -- Lochaber no more -- Aria / Haydn -- Methven Castle -- Galop from The corsair / Bochsa -- On yonder stile -- L’oriflamme, march -- Quadrille -- Le champignon, gallopade -- In the dead of the night / King -- India air -- The blue-bell of Scotland : Scottish air -- Carle now the King’s come : very old Scottish air = -- Gentle shepherd -- Auf Brueder lasst uns lustig Leben : Burschen melody = -- Rise brother : let us enjoy a life of pleasure -- Taste life’s glad moments : German air = -- Freut euch des Lebens -- I’m not to be stinted in love : from the interlude of The love wrangle -- Bohemian melody -- Quick step of the Twelfth regiment -- Lady Elgin’s strathspey -- Her absence will not alter me -- Slow air / John M’Glashan -- Sir Ralph Abercrombie’s march -- Captain Ross’ reel : Scottish -- Whistle o’er the lave o’t : Scottish air / John Bruce -- Lady Ann Hope’s favourite : Scottish -- A smile from the girl of my heart / Shield -- Three fat mice, reel / John Turnbull -- This life is a lottery, wives are the prizes / Dibdin -- Oh say simple maid : from Inkle and Yarico / Dr. Arnold -- Half-past-twelve -- Ce fut une nuit solennelle : popular French melody -- Mary’s dream -- The sunny rays of morning : Danish air -- Grotesque dance -- The Fourth Dragoon’s march -- The battle o’ Shirra-muir : old Scottish air : old set = Cameronian’s rant = -- Cameron’s march = -- Cameron’s reel -- L’abrotone : contre dance -- The white cockade : Jacobite melody -- One bottle more : Irish air = -- Assist me ye lads who have hearts void of guile -- Paddy Forshane’s fricassee -- Slow march / Thompson Aimers -- The druid’s march : from the opera of Norma / Bellini -- O dear what can the matter be :Irish air -- The banks o’ Nith : Scottish air -- Popular French melody -- Aria / Auber -- Miss Janet Agnes Drennan’s waltz -- Betty Pringle’s pig / J.B. Sale -- Port na fainne = -- The wedding ring = -- Mrs. Nicol’s fancy -- Mrs. Weymis of Cuttlehill, strathspey = -- St. Patrick was a gentleman -- Neil Gow’s lament for his brother -- The grave of Burns -- The black eagle -- Bruachan Loch Neish, Gaelic air = -- The banks of Loch Ness -- Una voce : tyrant soon I’ll burst thy chains / Rossini -- Chinese air -- Johnnie Armstrong : old ballad air -- Princess Royal’s polka a la julien -- The Krakoviak dance / Bochsa -- Woodman spare that tree / Henry Russell -- Lilla’s a lady : German air -- The Caledonian hunt’s delight / James Miller and Stephen Clarke = -- Ye banks and braes o’ bonnie Doon -- Earl Douglas’s lament -- Slow air -- Little Nell’s requiem -- Popular French melody -- The lasses of the ferry, strathspey = -- O hey, Johnnie lad / Tannahill -- The love links : country dance -- Polish dance -- Britons to arms -- The peep of day -- Turn out / M.P. King -- Silly boy, ‘tis full moon yet, so night as day shines clearly / Sir Walter Raleigh -- Bow-wow-wow : very old English air -- Alles schweige : Burschen melody = -- Be all silent -- Le garcon volage, quadrille -- The Dorset quadrille -- Stack in virgo : Irish air -- Minuet / Hook -- Slow air / Mozart -- Tell me fair maid / W. Smellie, M.D. -- Es zog aus Berlin ein muthiger Held : Burschen melody = -- There went from Berlin a brave hero -- The ivy green / Henry Russell -- Lightly tread, ‘tis hallowed ground / J. Scotland -- Hermann Boaz : country dance -- The girl that I love is a mortal like me / Urquhart -- ‘Twere vain to tell thee all I feel, waltz -- Oh give me back my ring -- Kenmure’s on and awa’ Willie : Jacobite air -- I was, d’ye see, a waterman -- By the gaily circling glass : song from the Masque of Comus / Dr. Arne -- La Suissesse au bord du lac : French air = -- Far o’er the lake -- The Prague waltz -- Thou bonnie wood of Craigielee / R.A. Smith -- Lord Ronald, or Lord Randall : old Scottish ballad air -- Oh megan ee : from the Castle Spectre / Michael Kelly -- Swiss air -- The young troubadour / Henri Herz -- La recette : romance / M. Bonnay -- The madrigal -- The ox’s minuet / Haydn -- French popular melody -- Air from the opera of La dame blanche / Boieldieu -- There is a form / W. Smellie, M.D. -- Puss in a corner : from Pills to purge melancholy -- Camelia waltz / Mozart -- A friar he loved a fair maid well : old ballad air -- Young Philander : old Scottish melody -- Philander was a merry swain : from Playford’s collection -- Opera hornpipe -- The flowers of the forest : old Scottish air -- Bhlian ur, Gaelic strathspey and song = -- New year’s day, strathspey and song -- Sadler’s well stumbling minuet -- Waltz / Henri Herz. -- Duke of Kent’s reel : Scottish -- Waltz / Strauss -- Fal-de-ral-tit = -- I learnt a pretty song in France -- Hop-o’-my thumb / Johnson Segton -- Mr. James M’Nicol, Inverary, strathspey / Alexander M’Kay, Islay -- Bannocks o’ barley meal : old Scottish air = -- Argyle is my name -- Robertson’s quick step / Charles Robertson -- Three years a sailor’s life I led -- The real Irish quadrilles = -- Le pantalon = -- Rattle the bottles -- L’ete = -- A bumper for luck -- La poule = -- A Donnybrook row -- La trenise = -- The drunken peasant -- La finale = -- The devil take the Peelers -- Thy fatal shafts unerring prove, I bow before thine altar love -- Frisch auf, mein Volk : German soldier’s song / T.H.C. Barnhardt = -- Cheer up my men / T.H.C. Barnhardt -- Willie’s rare : Scottish air -- Ranz des vaches : Swiss melody -- A little : from the entertainment of the Cake House / Dibdin -- Logie o’ Buchan : Scottish air -- The flowers of the West / J. Henderson -- Youth’s the season made for joy -- Quadrille rondo / Henri Herz. -- Lugton Brig, waltz -- Miss S. Murray’s reel : Scottish -- The tipsy Hibernian / Reeve -- Arise lovely beam of the Tweed / John Ross -- Solemn march from the opera of La gazza ladra / Rossini -- The maid’s complaint : old Scottish air / James Oswald -- The dark phantom : Irish air -- Mis Rae’s strathspey -- Siubhal an t’ sneachd tra oiche : Gaelic air = -- The traveller benighted in snow -- Lord Balgownie’s favourite : Scottish air = -- Gloomy Winter’s now awa’ -- Stop waltz -- Saw ye Johnnie comin’ : old Scottish air -- Ringan’s Isle, strathspey -- The demon lover : old ballad air -- My days have been so wondrous free -- Sawney’s pipe : old Scottish melody -- Pull away, pull away I say : from The mouth of the Nile / Attwood -- He winna do for me / Dr. Arne -- Labitsky’s Aurora waltzes -- All my life is joy and pleasure : duet / Bellini -- The original stop waltz : French -- Old English country dance -- Engel Waltzer -- Cornwallis’s lament for Colonel Muirhead : Scottish air = -- Sensibility how charming -- The mill, the mill o : Scottish air = -- When wild war’s deadly blast was blawn -- O’er the hills and far away : Scottish air

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