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A Second Collection of Strathspey Reels
by Robert Petrie


Tunes list


  • Mrs Garden (of Troup's) Reel. (p. 1)
  • Mrs Garden (Of Troup's) Farewell to France. (p. 1)
  • Mr Garden's Welcome Home to Troupe House. (p. 1)
  • The tore of Troup, a Strathspey. (p. 2)
  • Mrs Garden (of Troup's) Strathspey. (p. 2)
  • Montrose Races, a Strathspey. (p. 2)
  • Honble. Mrs Maule's Reel; Composed by R: Mackintosh. (p. 3)
  • Miss Maule's Strathspey; by R. Mackintosh. (p. 3)
  • Mr Garden (of Troup's) Strathspey. (p. 3)
  • Mr Garden Junr. (of Troup's) Strathspey. (p. 4)
  • Earl of Marshall's Reel. (p. 4)
  • Honble. Mr Ramsay Maule's Reel. (p. 4)
  • Miss Ann Amelia Stewart's Strathspey. (p. 5)
  • Mrs Farquharson (of Monaltrie's) Strathspey. (p. 5)
  • New Year's Day (p. 5)
  • Mrs Duff (of Fetteresso's) Strathspey. (p. 6)
  • Mrs Harvey (of Broadland's) Strathspey. (p. 6)
  • Duke of Perth's Reel. (p. 6)
  • Miss Rose Blackhall's Strathspey. by Mr Marshall. (p. 7)
  • Athole House. (p. 7)
  • Miss Farquharson (of Invercauld's) Strathspey. by Mr Marshall. (p. 7)
  • Perth-Shire Volunteer's Strathspey. (p. 8)
  • Lady Harriot Hay's Strathspey. (p. 8)
  • Lord Eglinton's Reel. (p. 8)
  • Delgaty Kenall. (p. 9)
  • Miss Gunning's Reel. (p. 9)
  • Capt. Mc. Kenzie; or Inverey's Strathspey. (p. 9)
  • Honble. Mr Gray's Strathspey. (p. 10)
  • Miss Hay's Reel. (p. 10)
  • Lady Harriot Hope's Reel. (p. 10)
  • Monie Musk. (p. 11)
  • Lennox Love, or Coll. Montgomery's Strathspey. (p. 11)
  • Troup House. (p. 11)
  • Blackhall House, Quick Step. (p. 12)
  • Keep the Countrey bonny Lassie. (p. 12)
  • Mr Garden (of Troup's) Reel. (p. 12)
  • Miss Garden (Delgaty's) Strathspey. (p. 13)
  • Corrimony's Strathspey. (p. 13)
  • Col. Macbean's Reel. (p. 14)
  • Lady Anne Gordon's Reel. (p. 14)
  • Meason's of York, or the Cutting of the Stick's. Irish. (p. 14)
  • Miss Mary Garden (Delgaty's) Reel. (p. 15)
  • Col: Garden's Birth day. (p. 15)
  • I'll go no more to yon Town. or Mr. Small's favorite Reel. (p. 15)
  • Miss Russell (of Blackhall's) Reel by R. Mackintosh. (p. 16)
  • Duncan Davidson, a Strathspey. (p. 16)
  • Mr Duff (of Fetteresso's) Birth day. (p. 16)
  • Mrs Leith (of Glenkendy's) Reel. (p. 17)
  • Drunken Friday, An auld Highland Reel. (p. 17)
  • Morepeth Rant. (p. 17)
  • Capt. Carrick's Reel. (p. 18)
  • The Birk's of Abergeldy. (p. 18)
  • Mortland's Reel. (p. 18)
  • Light and Arie. (p. 19)
  • John Roy Stewart, a Strathspey. (p. 19)
  • The Chase. (p. 20)
  • Delvin Side. (p. 20)
  • Mrs Stewart (Kirkmichael's) Reel. (p. 20)
  • Dutchess of Athole's Reel. (p. 21)
  • Delgaty Ice House, An auld Tune. (p. 21)
  • Fill the Stoup. (p. 21)
  • Green grow's the Rashes. (p. 22)
  • Garden Well, Glen Callatter. (p. 22)
  • Col: Mackay's Reel. (p. 22)
  • Mr Anderson's Strathspey. (p. 23)
  • Mrs Graham (of Ballgown's) Reel. (p. 23)
  • Isle of Sky. (p. 23)
  • The Braes of Auchtertyre. (p. 24)
  • Miss Dunkanson's Jigg. (p. 24)
  • Invercauld's Reel. (p. 24)
  • Copy details


    Publisher

    Edinburgh, Robert Petrie

    Printer

    Printed for the Author

    Seller

    Sold by all the Music Sellers in Town and Country Price to Subscribers 5/ to Nonsubscribers 6/

    Edition

    [1st]

    Date

    1796

    Library

    A K Bell Library, Perth (GB-P)

    Shelfmark

    Be2

    Description

    Engraved by George Walker, and not so carefully printed as first Petrie collection; p.2 is printed in error on the back of p.23, and some pages have ghosting. First edition of 1796, watermark 1795.

    Notes

    This collection contains more material by Robert Mackintosh - who was also a subscriber, as was Nathaniel Gow. There are many single line bass patterns, considerable use of octaves, some chords, some broken chords in 6/8, and some chromaticism. The collection includes a version of 'Deil among the Tailors', as 'The American Reel'.

    Copy notes

    Includes subscriber list.

    Pages

    24 p

    Orientation

    Portrait

    Dimensions

    33.5 x 24

    RISM

    P1599

    Gore

    P5

    Biographical info

    Petrie (1767-1830) was a fiddler and composer from Kirkmichael; he worked as gardener for the Garden family of Troup, and was in demand at balls and weddings. (Alburger, 117; Glen 1, xiii)

    Other locations

    GB-DUcl 10509
    GB-En Glen 295 (many pencil markings noting 'good' tunes; book shows signs of use and wear)
    GB-En E.I.111 (lacking subscribers list, signed 'John Sturrock, 1800')
    GB-Gu Ca12-x.31
    GB-Mp M612