Gow, Nathaniel

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.

Sources authored by

Title Year
The Ancient Curious Collection of Scotland [1823?]
A Collection of Airs, Reels and Strathspeys [1823?]
A Select Collection of Original Dances [1815?]
A Complete Collection of Originall German Valtz [1800?]
A Collection of Strathspey Reels [1797?]
Three Favorite New Strathspeys [1801?]
The Union [1801?]
Miss Sitwells Strathspey [1795-180-?]
Lady Mary Ramsay's Strathspey [1805?]
Master F. Sitwell's Strathspey [1800]
Largo's Fairy Dance [1802-1808]
The King Shall Enjoy His Own Again [1812]
The Marquis of Queensberry's Medley 1811
The Vocal Melodies of Scotland [1810-1820?]
Callar Herring
Shantruse [1801-1811]
First set of the favorite French quadrilles [1817]
The Prince of Wales's strathspey [1801]