Collection of Scottish folk songs (music only), compiled by James Massie, Aberdeen, 1777. The tunes, which are written in staff notation, [? for violin], include A Bumpkine; Kind Kissing Johnnie; The Bridge of Perth; The Restoration March; The Flowers of the Forest.
Collection of Scottish folk songs with music
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
James Massie, Aberdeen, fl. 1777.
Open, subject to signature accepting conditions of use at reader registration sheet
Date and source not recorded.
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Very brief collection level description available on Aberdeen University Library Catalogue, accessible online http://www.abdn.ac.uk/diss/library/
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Possibly associated with William Walker, who deposited related Scottish folk song and ballad material (including the Greig-Duncan Folk Song Collection, GB 231 MS 0701 - 0790) in the University c 1922.
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