Volume of fiddle tunes composed by John David Main, 1926 - 1928, containing Strathspeys, Reels, Hornpipes, Jigs, etc., arranged in alphabetical order with sundry reference notes - anecdotal, topographical and personal (e.g. Aul' Molie was a figure that came with the daffodils every year to trap moles on the farm. He was clad in ribbed moleskins, and, hating noise, wore a cap with flaps buttoned over his ears ).
Volume of poems, The Antrim Rhyme: by John David Main; in Scots, English, Latin and Greek (unpublished), mostly written during active service in Palestine with the 17th Highland Light Infantry in 1917.
Volume of music compiled by John David Main, entitled The Banffshire Repository of Fiddle Tunes, comprising 552 pages and over 5,000 fiddle tunes (Strathspeys, Reels, Jigs, Marches, Airs and Hornpipes) collected by Main over the course of his life, from natives of Fordyce, Aberdeen, Turriff and Rutherglen. The volume, which was begun in 1897, records the name, composer and source of each tune; some of his own compositions are also included. It is prefaced by two short printed papers, date and source unknown, Biographical Sketches of Early Scottish Musicians and Musicsellers and an Analytical Table of all the known collections of Scottish Dance Music Published in Scotland to the Year 1784.