Joseph Dale (c.1750-1821) founded a music publishing business in London c.1778, which in turn passed down to his sons until c.1835. (Baptie; Kidson) He also published Dale's Collection of 60 Favorite Scotch Songs (3 vols. of 60 each, RISM D782). Also a composer, Joseph Dale's Six Sonatas for Harpsichord are online at IMSLP. W.Dale (son?), 'Surry side of Blackfriar's Bridge' described himself as 'successor to R. Parsley' in his New Lyric Repository of 1792.
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|Dale's Collection of Reels & Dances||[1800-?1822]|
|Dale's Selection of the most favorite Country Dances and Reels||[1800?]|