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The Bonnie Dundee quadrille / par Charles D'Albert. [Variant title: Bonnie Dundee : third quadrille on Scottish airs.]
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Bound in the Miss Anne Amelia Myers volume of songs and music, circa 1845-1860.
Owner bound volume.
Anne Amelia Myers (1843-1882) was the daughter of a successful German-born tobacconist, John Henry Myers, whose store was in King Street, Sydney, and Charlotte Myers (nee Vardon). In 1867, Anne married telegraph operator Albert Field (1839-1870) and they lived in Bourke Street, Woolloomooloo.
For piano.
Cover title.
Caption title: Bonnie Dundee. Third quadrille on Scottish airs par Charles d'Albert.
Plate number: 9452.
Trimmed copy.
Publication information trimmed off.
Pencil annotations (fingering).
Lithograph depicting a crowd cheering the Scottish hero John Graham of Claverhouse, 1st Viscount Dundee. The men in the crowd are wearing kilts while the mounted Viscount Dundee wears a long coat with large upturned cuffs, breeches and overskirt, all trimmed with ribbon and a heavily bowed cravat. He is also wearing a long wig and a metal breastplate.
J. Brandard, lith.
M. & N. Hanhart, impt.
”Over the sea” p. 6: N.B. This air is introduced by permission of Messrs. Leader and Cock-bottom of page.
Publication date approximated from 'Advertising', The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 June 1856, p. 8. The British Library has the date as 1856.
Contents: Bonnie Dundee -- Kelvin Grove -- Over the sea -- Jessie, the flower o' Dunblane -- Jock o' Hazeldean -- Of a' the airts the win' can blaw -- We're a noddin' -- What's a' the steer kimmer -- Bonnie Dundee.
Provenance: Stewart Symonds sheet music collection.
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[1856].
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[London] : [Chappell & Co., 50 New Bond Street W],
Music publisher no:
9452 ; Chappell
Description:
1 score (14 pages) : colour illustration ; 35 cm.
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music
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