47 Pieces (Gray, Robert)

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Work Title 47 Pieces
Alternative. Title
Composer Gray, Robert
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 47 pieces
  1. J. C. Montague: 6 Celebrated galopades,
    La Monaco, La Boulangere, Minuet & Gavotte de Nina, Poste valse nouvelle
  2. The Favourite set of Mazourkas, Cracoviac - Lowe (coll)
  3. The Lancer's Quadrilles or Duval of Dublin's Second Set
    Les graces
    La Dorset
    La native
    Les lanciers
    Spagnoletti: Waltz
    Stop waltz
  4. Budge's 1st set of Quadrilles, the subjects selected from Weber
  5. R. B. Stewart: A favorite set of quadrilles, to which is added a celebrated waltz
  6. D. R. Murray: 5th set of quadrilles from Paer's 'The Freebooters'
  7. D. R. Murray: The Roxburgh quadrilles
  8. D. R. Murray: Murray's first set of German waltzes
  9. Clementi: 12 Waltzes for the piano forte with an accompaniment for a tambourine & triangle
  10. W. Penson: A second sett of three celebrated waltzes composed by Mozart
  11. W. Penson: A third sett of three celebrated waltzes composed by Mozart
  12. Mozart: Three favorite waltzes
  13. Louis Fixsen: Valse militaire
  14. The Spanish fandango ... with four favourite tunes
  15. Le Rossignol (the celebrated organ waltz)
  16. C. H. Alkin: Auber's celebrated market chorus from 'Masaniello'
  17. Coggins: 134 National Airs, No.6 (Airs 59-69)
  18. J. Coutts: 4 New tunes for 1818, three of which are composed by J. Coutts
  19. Eusebius Hull: Grand military march and rondo
  20. John Alexander May: The favorite dances as performed at Mr. McIndoe's ball the 2nd of April 1813
  21. J. R. McFarlane: Divertimento, consisting of introduction march & polacca
  22. Mazzinghi: Sclavonian air with variations (flute, piano)
  23. Cramer: Hanoverian air with variations
  24. Kalkbrenner: Tyrolean Waltz
  25. R. B. Stewart: The favorite Trafalgar dance
  26. Theodore Latour: Sul margine d'un rio, a favorite Italian air with 12 variations
  27. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. Wilt thou be my dearie (No.1)
  28. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. Loch Erroch side (No.2)
  29. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. The ducks dang o'er my daddy (No.3)
  30. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. The auld wife ayont the fire (No.4)
  31. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. Duncan Gray (No.5)
  32. Kozeluch: 6 Scottish rondeaux. The Day Returns (No.6)
  33. A. Thomson: Evening amusements being a selection of the most favorite quadrilles, gallopades, waltzes, country dances, reels, etc
  34. W. Marshall: Marshall's Scottish airs, melodies, strathspeys, reels, etc.
  35. Carolan: A favorite collection of the so much admired old Irish tunes
  36. [Collection of minuets and jigs]
  37. Mr. Craig's reel
  38. Mr. Knight's hornpipe
  39. John Clarkson: Hornpipe (American tunes arranged for the piano, No.4)
  40. Robert Archibald Smith: Nae mair we'll meet again, my love (Select Scottish Songs No.1)
  41. R. A. Smith: O how can ye gang sae to grieve me (Select Scottish Songs No.2)
  42. R. A. Smith: My ain fire side (Select Scottish Songs No.3)
  43. R. A. Smith: Hey how, my Johnie, lad (Select Scottish Songs No.4)
  44. R. A. Smith: My luve's in Germany (Select Scottish Songs No.5)
  45. R. A. Smith: Bonnie Mary Hay (Select Scottish Songs No.6)
  46. J. Hamilton: Nane can love like a Highlandman
  47. Christian Heinrich Rinck: Selections from the celebrated organ school, book 1
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation piano