The Marquis of Huntly's Welcome to Peterhead
by Morison, John
Full title: The Most Noble The Marquis of Huntly's Welcome to Peterhead With another sett taken from the foregoing Tune alter'd for Dancing, To which is added The Marquis of Huntly's Recovery, by John Morison Organist of St Peter's Chapel Peterhead.
Printer: Printed for the Author
The first tune is 'by The Revd. Dr. Laing', followed by Morison's own 'sett' of the tune, and the 'Recovery', marked Andante. Both the first tune and the Recovery have 2nd violin parts.
GB-Gu copy has a comment in ink '[ca.1802] Watermark'; however, Clark's Circulating Library in Peterhead didn't open until 1805 (SBTI).
Biographical info: Morison (c.1772-1848) was a Peterhead organist and fiddler. (Glen 2, xviii) Failing fortunes forced him to diversify: he also organised balls and ran a ship's chandlery. (Alburger, 89-90)
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