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Thistle and Minuet - 16 easy pieces from the Scottish Baroque

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Violin (flute, Oboe) And Piano: Cello (bassoon) Ad Lib. - Score And Parts

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Thistle and Minuet - 16 easy pieces from the Scottish Baroque

 

- Meet Scotlands 18th-century composers!
- Classical pieces influenced by folk, and vice versa
- Dance tunes celebrating new bridges in Scotland (1769-1809)
- Scottisch love songs
- First modern edition of James Oswalds Thistle sonata
- Two pieces by Stamitzs Scottish pupil the Earl of Kelly
- Creative use of 1st position on the violin
- Also suitable for flute and oboe
- Simple, effective accompaniments
- Newly researched, authentic texts

The edition is part of the Trinity syllabus 2007 (grade 1)

Series: Baroque Around the World
Instrumentation: Violin (flute, Oboe) And Piano: Cello (bassoon) Ad Lib.
Arranger: Johnson, David
Binding: Saddle stitching
Edition Type: score and parts
Publisher: Schott Music
ISMN: M-2201-2296-5
ISBN: 979-0-2201-2296-5

Contents

  • Gigue (John Clerk of Penicuik)
  • .
  • Four Scots songs:
  • The blathrie ot
  • The yellow-haird laddie
  • Low down in the broom
  • Hey Jenny, come down to Jock
  • .
  • Five tunes celebrating new bridges:
  • The New Bridge of Edinburgh
  • The South Bridge of Edinburgh
  • The Bridge of Perth (Daniel Dow)
  • The New Bridge of Ballater (Robert Petrie)
  • The New Bridge of Rutherglen
  • .
  • Marches:
  • Count Saxs March (William McGibbon)
  • March for the 22nd Regiment (General Reid)
  • Largo (Earl of Kelly)
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  • Minuets:
  • Mrs. Kers Minuet (Earl of Kelly)
  • Minuet in A, with variations (William McGibbon)
  • Sonata in G, \"The Thistle\" (James Oswald)
  • .
  • About the composers
  • Notes on the music
  • About the performers
  • CD track list

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