Daniel Dow (1732-1783) was born in Perthshire, and lived and worked in Edinburgh from c.1765. He gave concerts in St Mary's Hall Edinburgh. Anecdotally, he was a music teacher who specialised in the guitar. (Glen 1, ix; Baptie; Alburger). One of the GB-A copies of Thirty-seven New Reels notes in ink that [Dow] died of fever January 1783, aged 51 years (burial register of Cannongate, Edinburgh).
|Twenty Minuets and Sixteen Reels or Country Dances|||
|A Collection of Ancient Scots Music|||
|Thirty Seven New Reells & Strathspeys||[1775?]|
|Reells & Strathspeys|