50 Favourite Scotch Airs (Peacock, Francis)

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Engraver Thos. Baker
Publisher. Info. London: printed for the publisher in Aberdeen, n.d.(before 1771).
Misc. Notes Sold in London by Mrs. Johnson, Thompson and Sons, R. Bremner; in Edinburgh by N. Stewart; in Aberdeen by A. Angus.
#546317 - Includes ornament table "for the benefit of those who have not access to Mr. Geminiani's Art of playing on the Violin." (table missing from Shand Collection copy)
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Work Title 50 Favourite Scotch Airs
Alternative. Title 50 Favourite Scotch Airs, for a Violin, German-Flute and Violoncello with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsichord
Composer Peacock, Francis
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 50 airs:
  1. Pinkie House
  2. O Jean I love thee. A very old Tune
  3. Pentland Hill. A new Scotch Air; Variation
  4. She rose and let me in
  5. Down the burn Davie
  6. The Boat-man; Variation
  7. John Hay's bonny Lassie
  8. Be Constant still. An old Tune
  9. Tweed side; Variation
  10. The Yellow hair'd Laddie
  11. Thro' the wood Laddie
  12. The Lass of Paty's Mill; 2Variations
  13. The bonny Gray ey'd Morn
  14. Sweet Anny frae the sea beach came; Variations
  15. I'll never leave thee; Bass variation
  16. Allan Water; 2 Variations
  17. Jockie blyth and gay; Variation
  18. Down in the broom
  19. The glancing of her Apron
  20. Polwart on the Green; Variation
  21. An old Welsh Tune
  22. The last time I came o'er the Moor; Variation
  23. The Braes of Balendine
  24. Country Lass
  25. Alloa House; Variation
  26. My apron Dearie
  27. Birks of Invermay; Variation
  28. Rossline Castle; Variation
  29. An thou were my ain thing; Variation
  30. Katharine Ogie
  31. Auld Rob Morrice
  32. Banks of Tay; Variation
  33. Katies Complaint
  34. Bushaboon Traquair; Variation
  35. Benney side. A new Scotch Air
  36. I wish my Love was in a mire
  37. Jockie and Sandie. The Melody of this is very old
  38. Lochaber
  39. Gilderoy
  40. Cold frosty Morning
  41. The Mill O
  42. Williams Ghost
  43. Peggie I must Love thee
  44. Gallow Shiels
  45. O Dear Mother what shall I do
  46. Bonny Christy
  47. Bonny Jean
  48. The Broom Cowdenknows
  49. Gil Morice
  50. Solitude. For two German Flutes and a Bass
Dedication James, Earl of Erroll
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation violin and/or flute, cello and/or harpsichord; 2 flutes, continuo (No.50)