hms | bibliography

Alburger, Mary Anne, Scottish Fiddlers and Their Music (London: Gollancz, 1983).

Chisholm, Leon, “William McGibbon and the Vernacularisation of Corelli’s Music,” Eighteenth-Century Music 15/2, 143–176, doi:10.1017/S1478570618000039. 

Corelli, Arcangelo, Sonatas for Violin and Basso Continuo Op. 5, ed. Christopher Hogwood, 2 vols (Basel: Bärenreiter, 2013).

Davie, James, Davie’s Caledonian Repository, series 2, volume 1 (Aberdeen, c. 1850). 

Edwards, Warwick, “The Musical Sources,” Defining Strains: The Musical Life of Scots in the Seventeenth Century, 47–72. Edited by James Porter. (Bern: Peter Lang, 2007) 

Elliott, Kenneth, ed., Five cantatas of John Clerk of Penicuik (Glasgow: Musica Scotica Trust, 2008). 

Holman, Peter, Four and Twenty Fiddlers: The Violin at the English Court 1540-1690 (Oxford: Clarendon, 1993). 

Johnson, David, “Bagpipe Music in Eighteenth-Century Violin Sources,” Out of the Flames: Studies on the William Dixon Manuscript (1733). Edited by Roderick Cannon (Perth: Lowland and Border Pipers’ Society, 2004). 

Johnson, David, Scottish Fiddle Music in the 18th Century: A Music Collection and Historical Study (Edinburgh: Mercat Press, 2005). 

McCart, Calum, The Kers and the Maules: Music in the Lives of Two Seventeenth Century Scottish Aristocratic Families (Undergraduate dissertation, Colchester Institute School of Music, 1988). 

McCart, Calum, “The Panmure Manuscripts: a New Look at an Old Source of Christopher Simpson’s Consort Music,” Chelys 18 (1989), 18-29.

McGibbon, William, Complete Sonatas, ed. Elizabeth Cary Ford (Middleton: A-R Editions, 2018).

McGrattan, Alexander, The Trumpet in Scotland from 1488 to 1800 (PhD thesis, Open University, 1999). 

McGregor, Aaron, The McFarlane Manuscript: European influences on 18th Century Scots fiddle music (Undergraduate dissertation, University of Edinburgh, 2009). 

McGregor, Aaron, Violinists and Violin Music in Scotland 1550-1750 (PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 2020). 

Robinson, John “John Leyden’s Lyra Viol Manuscript in Newcastle University Library and George Farquhar Graham’s Copy in the National Library of Scotland,” Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society, 2 (2008), 17-57. 

Spring, Matthew, ed. Balcarres Lute Book, 2 vols (Glasgow: Universities of Glasgow and Aberdeen, 2010) 

Stell, Evelyn, Sources of Scottish Instrumental Music 1603 -1707 (PhD thesis, University of Glasgow, 1999). 

Turbet, Richard, “The Music Collection of a Scottish Laird: George Skene of Skene, 1731,” Brio 32, no. 1 (1995): 24–27.