Collection of 168 compositions, including melodies from Italian opera and oratorio, 1735 1735
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Christie family, of Montquhitter (fl 18th c - 19th c) The origin of this collection of tunes may be traced to the family of James Christie, farmer, of Montquhitter, Aberdeenshire. He was the father of Reverend Alexander Christie (d 1816), Scottish Episcopal minister of Keith, 1781 - 1800, and Old Deer, 1800 - 1812; James Christie (fl 1817), gamekeeper to John Cumine, of Auchry, who published Instructions for Hunting, Breaking, Pointers, and Finding Out Game ... to which is subjoined...
John Murdoch Henderson, 1902 - 1972, school teacher, collector of Scottish music (collector, annotator)
James Paterson (fl 18th c) James Paterson (fl 18th c), of Longmanhill, Banffshire, is believed to have been of Perthshire extraction, and a weaver by trade. His A collection of original music consisting of slow airs, strathspeys, reels, marches etc. adapted for the violin and violoncello or pianoforte was printed by Robert Maver, Glasgow, in 1890. Biographical details come from MS notes by John Murdoch Henderson (1902 - 1972) entered in fly leaf of GB 231 MS2426. ...