Lady Mackenzie of Coul's strathspey
by Nathaniel Gow and A Gentleman
Full title: Lady Mackenzie of Coul's strathspey and Delvine House, a favorite medly danced at the Queen's assembly in Geo: Street rooms the 18th Janry. 1803 and Mr. Don's strathspey danced at the same ball to which is added two tunes composed by Nath. Gow and A Gentleman.
Publisher: Edinburgh: Gow & Shepherd
Printer: Gow & Shepherd
Contents: 'Lady Mackenzie of Coul's strathspey', 'Delvine House', 'Mr. Don's strathspey', 'John Barley Corn wishes Niel Gow joy of the peace', 'Mrs McLeod of Geanie's strathspey'
'Lady McKenzie of Coul' and 'Delvin House' appear in The Beauties of Niel Gow.
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.
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