Lady Charlotte Campbell's New Strathspey
by Robert Mackintosh
Full title: Lady Charlotte Campbell's New Strathspey Composed by Robert Mackintosh
Printer: Printed and Sold by John Hamilton No.24 North Bridge Street
List of tunes: [strathspey], Lady Charlotte Campbell's Reel. By Robert Mackintosh. Miss Gibson's Reel. I'll Gang nae mair to yon Town. Earl Marshall's Reel. Lady Hariot Hope's Reel. The Braes of Tullymet, A Strathspey. Coll. McBain's Reel. Capt. Keller's Reel. The Bridge of Anas. John Roy Stewart.
Each page starts with a title in upper case letters, and has the printer's name given at the bottom, presumably so that each page could be sold separately.
Includes Lady Charlotte Campbell's Reel, which has piano octaves and 'Pizicato' next to each other. Only first two tunes are credited to Mackintosh. The Bridge of Anas is from Bremner's Reels. Lots of octaves and dyads in the basslines.
Biographical info: Robert Mackintosh (c.1745-1807, known as "Red Rob") was a fiddler and composer from Tullymet; he worked in Edinburgh and played for the Edinburgh Musical Society; led the band at Gentlemen's Concerts in Aberdeen c.1785-88, and moved to London in 1803. (Alburger). He was said to have taught Nathaniel Gow; Glen believes this must have been in Aberdeen. (Glen 1, xi)
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GB-DUcl Wighton 7077 [n.d.]
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