Music for Allan Ramsay's collection of Scots songs 1952 (transcript of 18th century printed work)
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John Murdoch Henderson, 1902 - 1972, of Aberdeen, school teacher, collector of Scottish music (transcriber)
Henry Playford (1657 - c 1707) Henry Playford (1657 - c 1707), carried on a music publishing business in London with his father, John Playford (1623 - 1686), author of the highly regarded and much-re-printed The Dancing Master (London: Playford, 1651). His best known works include Henry Purcell's Pastoral elegy on the death of Mr John Playford, with words by Nahum Tate (1687); and his own A Collection of Original Scotch-Tunes, (full of the Highland Humors), for the violin being the ...
Scottish poet. From the description of Henry to Emma : autograph poem unsigned and imperfect at the end : [n.p., n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270616142 ...
Allan Ramsay (1686 - 1758) Allan Ramsay was born in Leadhills, Lanarkshire in 1685. He was apprenticed as a wigmaker in Edinburgh c 1704, on completion of which (1709), he opened his own shop in the Grassmarket area of the city. He became increasingly involved in Edinburgh intellectual and literary circles from 1710, and in 1712 co-founded the Easy Club, a society with strong Jacobite leanings which met to discuss literature and politics. Many of Ramsay's early poems rec...