Miss Louisa Drummond, Logiealmond's Delight
by Robert Mackintosh
Full title: Miss Louisa Drummond, Logiealmond's Delight
Publisher: Edinburgh: Stewart & Co.
Printer: Stewart & Co.
Bound in a vast volume of small publications and single sheets from late 18th century into the 19th. Songs, tunes, piano variations, dances Full list is in GB-Gu catalogue.
The first tune is from John McGlashan's A Collection of Strathspey Reels, and another three pages of tunes follow, including 'Lady Dalrymple of North Berwick's Strathspey' from Robert Mackintosh's Sixty Eight New Reels. There is a good variety of bassline styles.
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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