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Mr. Frank Walker's strathspey, to which is added four favourite dances &c. / composed by Nath. Gow. [[music]]
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MUS/SS/22
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For pianoforte.
Label on the bottom p. 1 'Sold by William Whyte Edinburgh'.
Caption title.
Pl. no.: 82.
Pr. 1/.
J. Johnson sculp.
Dating: Nathanial Gow's partnership with William Shepherd at Princes Street spanned the years 1804 (possibly earlier) to 1810/11.
Bound in 'Lucy Havens, volume of songs and music, circa 1798-1825' in the Caroline Simpson Library collection.
Lucy Havens (1804-1867) was born in Monimail, Fife in Scotland, she then moved to Whitehaven, Cumberland in the north of England. She immigrated to Sydney with her family in 1839. She married a former convict and successful business man Thomas Hyndes in 1850. She remarried Scottish Presbyterian minister William Purves. She lived in The Rocks in Sydney.
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Contents: Mr. Frank Walker's strathspey -- Captain Fleming -- Le Perrigordien -- Murphy Delaney -- Lady Caroline Lee's waltz.
Provenance: Stewart Symonds sheet music collection.
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[1804-1811?]
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Edinburgh : Printed and sold by Gow and Shepherd music sellers no. 16 Princes Street Edinr. To be had also of John Gow No. 31 Carnaby Street Golden Square London
Description:
1 score (2 pages) ; 34 cm.
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music
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1804-1811?
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