Hamilton's Universal Tune-Book (Manson, James)

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Editor:

James Manson (1812-1863)

Publisher Info.:

Glasgow: William Hamilton, 1844-1846.

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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 Manson, James
First Publication 1844
Language English
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation violin / flute / clarinet / open instrumentation (treble staff)


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  • Contents
    • Vol.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

    • Vol.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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