Partition Book 1, Köhler's violon Repository of danse Music, Köhler's Violin Repository of Dance Music, comprising Reels, Strathspeys, Hornpipes, Country Dances, Quadrilles, Waltzes &c. Edited by a professional Player

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Redécouvrez les partitions de la musique Köhler's violon Repository of danse Music Book 1, Dances, composition de Anonymous. Cette partition romantique célèbre écrite pour les instruments comme:
  • violon; some pièces pour 2 violons

Cette partition enchaine plusieurs mouvements et est répertoriée dans les genres Country dances, valses, pour 1 musicien, pour violon, Quadrilles, partitions pour violon, pour 2 violons, Hornpipes, Dances, pour 2 musiciens
Visualisez dans le même temps tout une collection de musique pour violon; some pièces pour 2 violons sur YouScribe, dans la catégorie Partitions de musique romantique.
Edition: Edinburgh: Ernest Köhler & Son, n. d. [1885].

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EDITED BY
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EDINBURGH: ERNEST KOHLER & SON, MUSICSELLERS, 11 NORTH BRIDGE.
MORISON BROTHERS, 99 BUCHANAN STREET, GLASGOW.
MARTIN, ABERDEEN. MENZIES & CO., EDINBURGH.
CUNNINGHAM, DUNDEE. M. MILLER, PERTH. WILLIAM DBAS, KIRKCALDY.J. J.
JAMES HORSBURGH, 73 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND.
LONDON: CATTY & DOBSON, 14 PILGRIM ST., LUDGATE HILL.Digitized by the Internet Arciiive
in 2011 witii funding from
LibraryNational of Scotland
http://www.archive.org/details/klersviolinrepos01edinCONTENTS.
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6 Haslam'sAdelphi Polka, , 36 Hornpipe, 63 Mrs. Soutar of Plains' Reel, ... 43
Agnes Sorel Quadrilles, 39 High Level Hornpipe 8 1 Mrs. Taff or Bank's Hornpipe, . . 29
Alston Hornpipe—Clog Dance, 28 4 Highland Whisky Strathspey, . . 40 G Mrs. Thomas Jarvis' Reel, ... 88
Annie Schottisclie, . 74 9 Higliland Fliug 54 7 Napoleon's Coronation March, . . 50
Anybody's Hornpipe, 76 10 Highlands of Banffshire Strathspey, . fll 12 Navvie on the Line Hornpipe, . . 48
Atiiol Brose Strathspey, 7 1 Hop Bitters Hornpipe S i Newcastle Scbottische, . ... 83
Bab at the Bowster, 96 12 14 2 Newmarket
. Hornpipe Horse Race 82
I Hompipe 53 7 NicolsonBanks ofAllan Water, 6 Street Hornpipe,
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Hornpipe 66 9Beauties ofthe North—Strathspey, 46 6 North Bridge Strathspey, ... 73
sBishop Auckland Flower Show, 61 8 I'll Kiss the Bonnie Lass—Reel, . . 59 Nothing will ye tak'Man Reel, . . 11
Blacksmith's Hornpipe, 66 Inveraray Castle 84 11
. 7 Novelty Reel 46
Blaydon Flats' 66 9 Irish Reel, 58 8 Nut—Contre Dance 63
Blue Bonnets— 30 4 JackyTar, 67 9Centre Dance, Old Ireland Reel, 68
Bob Chadduck's Jig, 77 10 Jas. Soutar of Plains' Jig, . . . 43 6 Old Towler 63
Bob Johnstone's Strathspey, 18 3 Jenkin's Hornpipe, 66 fl Oor Auld Gudeman is noo awa, . 5
Bob Johnston's Reel, 19 3 Jenny's 7 1 Original Set of Mazurkas,Bawbee Reel, .... ... 16
Bottle Bank, 28 4 . 73 10 Set of Reel (New), . . 17
Bridle March, . 10 2 O'Shea's Comical ReelJessie the Flower ofDunblane Hornpipe, 86 11 84
Bums' Hornpipe, 9 Our Brigg Strathspey,67 Jig 61 7 .... 19
Cage Our87 11 Jocky Dance, 46 6 NativeHomeMarch, ... 10
Caledonian Quadrilles, 70 9 Johnny Cope Reel 23 3 P. Bail)ie's Strathspey, 83
Calton Valse, S3 11 Millicent'sHompipe, . . 53 7 Pear Tree, . 52
Cameronian Rant, . 91 12 variations, ... 57 8 Petronella—Johnny Cope, Coulic Dance, ... 41
Captain Keeler's Reel, 47 6 Mare goes Foremost, . S2 11John Paterson's Port A RhodichStiaLhspey, ... 22
Chambers' Hornpipe, 80 10 Jubannu's Marcio Gallup, i. . . i;{ 2 Pretty Dick Polka, 26
Clasper's 58
. 46 6 Keep it up Reel, 8 Prince ofWales' Contre Dance, . 35
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Clog Hornpipe, . 86 11 Kemp's Hornpipe 52 7 Alfred's Hornpipe, ... 61
Clog Stop Dance, ro 9 Keno Reel 7G 10 Prince ofWales' Hompipe, . . . C2
College Hornpipe, 44 6 Kinrara Strathspey 60 8 Albert's ... 86
Colonel M'Bain's Reel, Lady Cathcart's Strathspey. ... 6 190 12 Prize Jig, 9
Countess of Sutherland's Reel, Lady Rothes' Reel 51 7CO 9 Rachel Rae's Reel 93
Craigellachie Bridge Strathspey, 78 10 Lady Mary Ramsay's Strathspey, . .55 7 23KeelofTulloch
Craigellachie Lassies' Jig, 79 10 Lady Georgina Russell's Reel, . . CO 8 Rights ofMan Hompipe, ...
Crazy Jane's Reel, . 62 7 Lady Wallace's Reel, . . . . 92 12 Hornpipe 87Rink
Dean Bridge, Edinbro', . 69 8 Lancers' Quadrilles, 24 ^ 64Rob Roy's Reel,
Deil among the Tailors' Reel, 66 7 Layhoura M'Donald's Reel, . . , 85 11 Rose Polka, 75
Dram Shell Keel, 86 11 Loch Turret Reel, 1748 11 2 Royal Albert Contre Dance, ... 35
Duchess of Atliole's Strathspey, 08 9 Lochty Bleachers, 19 3 Royal Recovery Strathspey, 84
Dunce Dings A'—Reel, 47 6 Lord Rothes' Strathspey, ... 61 7 Ruby Hompipe, 94 :
Durham Rauger'a Hornpipe, 45 G Lord M'Donald's Reel 72 9 Salvanus SI :
Dutch Polka. . 89 12 Love Valse 74 10 Sail in Hornpipe,Boys' .... 77
East Keuk of Fife, . 64 8 Love Not March 15 2 Scituate Reel 70
East Nfuk of Fife, . 65 9 Major Graham Strathspey, ... 11 2 Shaw's Trip to London Hornpipe. . 60
Edinbro' North Bridge Hornpipe, Marcellia Hompipe, . . . . 04 12 Sir Roger de Coverley Contre Dance, . 33
Edinburgh Review WaltzeB, Marchioness of Huntley's Strathspey, . 69 8 Sleepy Maggie Reel, 73
Eight Bells, . . Marquis ofBowmont's Reel, ... GO 8 South of the Grampian's Strathspey, . 68
Factory Smoke Hompipe, of Huntly's Strathspey, . . 90 12 Spanish Dollar Hornpipe, ... 48
Fairy Dance, Marquis Hornpipe, Speed the Plough 29ofLome ... 9 2
Star Hornpipe 62Fancy, The, Masaniello Quadrilles 31 4
Jig, . HompipeFavourite Masaniello Quadrilles, .... 33 5 Steamboat 60
Fiddler's Cramp Hornpipe, Medi Valse 30 4 Stephenson's Hornpipe,.... 06
Fife Strathspey, M'Donald's Fancy Strathspey, . . 72 9 Lassie Strathspey, ... 11Stewart's
Flowers of Edinbro', MerryMasons' March 6 1 Stirling Castle 37
Finch Bridge Hornpipe, . Merry Elves Scbottische, . . . 27 4 Strathspey 72
Fire-fly Hornpipe, . Busbby Maitland's Reel, ..71 Stumpie Strathspey, , ... 54Miss
First ofMay Hompipe, of . 96 12 St. Valentine's Galop, .... 38
. MissDmmmond Perth, . .
Francis Sitwell's Strathspey, 56 Sward House Jig, 93Miss Gayton's Dance 7 89Furioao Gallop, . Miss Grace Menzies' Strathspey, . . 79 10 Sweetheart Scbottische,
12 Reel 22Garb of Old Gaul, quick march, Miss Johnston's Reel, . . . . 9G Timour the Tartar
... 14Geburstag's Yalse, . Miss Jane M'Innes' Reel, . . . 78 10 Tom Handfind's Hornpipe,
85Gem Scbottische, Miss Montgomerie's Reel, ...51 Trip to Dublin Jig,
General Garibaldi Reel, . Miss Pole's Reel 5 1 Triumph—Contre Dance, ... 37 Strathspey, Morpeth Rant 48 6 Trumpet Hornpipe 44
Galium Strathspey Mrs. Charles Stewart's Reel, . . . 79 10 Tullochgorum Strathspey, ... 23Gillie
Strathspey, Underhand Hompipe, . . . . 94Gipsy's Hornpipe, . Mrs. Donalson's ... 4 1
Valtje 42Gipsy's Hornpipe, Mrs. DufTs Recovery Strathspey, ..61 Victoria
Glen's BIrs. Gardin of Troup's . 91 12 Whistle owcr the Lave o't, ... 88
Great Eastern Strathspey, Mrs. Gibbs' Hornpipe 28 4 William Tell 34
JIi's. Moray of Abercairney's Strathspey, 09 9 Wm. Young's Best Malt Strathspey, . 36Great Reel, .
l that Shakes the Barley Reel, . 69Harvest Home, Mrs. M'Leod of Elanreoch's 7 Wind
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are here given to illustrate and explain that style. Students requiring more minute
explanations are referred to the work already alluded to, The Violin : Eow to Master it.
Chapter IX.
EXAMPLE OF ORDINARY DOTTED NOTES.
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EXAMPLE OF DRIVEN NOTES.
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