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Ettrick Vale Quadrille, no 4
ID JSS0670
Title Ettrick Vale Quadrille, no 4
Document Reference LO 780.89 SK3
Format 230 x 350 mm
Medium Printed Music sheet
Item Type Printed Collection
Subject Scottish Music, Scottish Dance, Quadrille
Item Description A new dance, the quadrille, was introduced to Scotland from France around 1815, and was soon danced in the United States, and Australia. Skinner has arranged 'The Bush Aboon Traquhair', and 'Birks of Invermay', for the fourth part of the dance. 'The Bush' appeared in Francis Peacock's 'Fifty Favourite Scotch Airs' (see JSS0562).
Creator James Scott Skinner
Creator Manuscript James Scott Skinner
Arranger James Scott Skinner
Publisher Bayley & Ferguson
Time Period 1800 - 1900's
Associated Dates: Manuscript 1860's
Relationships JSS0562, JSS0666, JSS0667, JSS0668, JSS0669, JSS0671, JSS0672, JSS0673, JSS0674
Location Aberdeen Central Library
Collection Name Scott Skinner Album
Copyright copyright_abdnlib.shtml
Audio Note this link will open another window so you can view the music and listen to the tune cd103a


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