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Forty favorite Scotch Airs
by John Gunn



Full title: Forty favorite Scotch Airs, adapted for a Violin, German Flute or Violoncello, with the Phrases marked and proper fingering for the latter instrument: being a Supplement to the Examples in the Theory & Practice of fingering the Violoncello by John Gunn

Publisher: London: John Gunn

Printer: Printed for the Editor

Date: [1789]

Notes:

These are definitely Airs rather than reels and strathspeys.

RISM: G5161

Gore: G17

Link: IMSLP (Facsimile)

Biographical info: Born in Edinburgh, John Gunn (c.1765-c.1824) was a professor of cello and flute, and author of musical treatises, of which the cello and harp examples are notable, and refer to their Scottish context; the cello treatise includes Scottish tunes. (Grove; Baptie)

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