by Nathaniel Gow
Full title: Shantruse, consisting of five favorite airs as danced by Mr. Jenkins's scholars: dedicated by permission to Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Wales some of which are composed and the whole arranged for the piano forte by Nath: Gow.
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed and sold by Gow & Shepherd
Printer: Gow & Shepherd
A dance referred to in early 19th century literature, and also popular in America around the same time.
Biographical info: Niel Gow (1727-1807), father of the famous Gow family, lived in Inver near Dunkeld. (Glen 2, viii-xiv; Grove; Alburger; Murdoch, 41-48) Gow's fourth son Nathaniel (1763-1831), violinist and Edinburgh publisher, was perhaps the most famous of the siblings; but his brothers William, John and Andrew also traded in music (John and Andrew in London). Nathaniel's son, Niel Junr., lived 1795-1823.
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