Full title: A Collection of The Most Favourite Scots Tunes, With Variations For the Harpsichord, by A. Reinagle
Publisher: London: Alexander Reinagle
Printer: Printed for J. Aird, Glasgow
GB-DUcl copy has P: and F: dynamics written into 'Black Jock' and 'Deel tak the War's', and has piano fingerings elsewhere (both in ink and in later pencil). There are ink annotations giving alternate titles to some tunes, and some apparent corrections.
The 'London' on the titlepage may be fictitious, but Reinagle published a later edition in Philadelphia.
RISM: R1033, R1034
Biographical info: Alexander (1756-1809) was the son of Joseph Reinagle, of Austrian descent. Although Alexander was born in Portsmouth, the family moved to Edinburgh; by 1778 he was teaching harpsichord in Glasgow. He travelled to Europe in 1784, and although he returned briefly to England, he moved to USA in 1786. His brother Joseph, also a composer and author of Introduction to the Art of Cello Playing, was brother in law to Schetky. (Grove)
GB-Gm M9045 / 786.48
GB-En (James Aird edition, 2nd RISM no.)
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