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Rantin" pipe and tremblin" string

George S. Emmerson

Rantin" pipe and tremblin" string

a history of Scottish dance music

by George S. Emmerson

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Dent in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance music, Scottish -- History and criticism.,
  • Music -- Scotland -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeorge S. Emmerson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3655 .E55
    The Physical Object
    Pagination278 p., 8 plates. :
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21081048M
    LC Control Number77-856672

    May 28,  · Emmerson (Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String), Hime (Forty Eight Original Irish Dances Never Before Printed with Basses, vol. 1), Dublin, ; No. Johnson (Kitchen Musician No. A Further Collection of Dances, Marches, Minuetts and Duetts of the Later 18th Century), ; p. Kennedy (Fiddler's Tune-Book: Jigs & Quicksteps. May 11,  · 11/05/ 11/05/ 15 Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String: Music of 18th-c. Scotland Our program explores the unique crossroads of 18th-century Scottish folk and classical traditions. In , the nation’s Union with England sparked a patriotic surge of interest in Scotland’s own m.

    Sep 06,  · Author of Scotland through her country dances, Rantin' pipe and tremblin' string, A handbook of traditional Scottish dance, S. S. "Great Eastern", The greatest iron ship, The greatest iron ship S.S. Great Eastern, Arthur darling, Scottish country dancing. [Shows me the book The Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin ' String by George Emmerson, I've read-it twice and I'm a gettin' ready to read it again. I would say in the 18th century and the 19th century that we're looking at the Gow family.

    H ear the tune played by Colin Campbell, fiddle, and Katherine Campbell, piano.. George S Emmerson (Rantin’ Pipe and Tremblin’ String, ) tells us that the tune “Reappears in the Fifth Collection (of Niel Gow’s tunes) with the explanation ‘This tune alludes to prohibiting the making of Whisky in It is expressive of a Highlander’s sorrow on being deprived of his favourite. May 06,  · When you hear the pipe sound Tuttie taitie, to the drum According to Emmerson () the title is supposed to imitated a trumpet, and was likley based on a trumpet motif, though not a trumpet tune (the first sylable of tutie rhymes with 'but' and the first sylable of taiti rhymes with 'gate'; it has been suggested that the stress should go on.


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You’ll hear. The First Of May appears in 5 other tune collections. The First Of May has been added to 4 tune sets. The First Of May has been added to 51 tunebooks. I ran into this tune while looking through a book, "Rantin’ Pipe and Tremblin’ String" by George Emmerson, though I know I’ve heard it before.

# Posted by RickD 14 years ago. Brambory. Emmerson, George S. (), Rantin' Pipe And Tremblin' String, McGill-Queen's University Press, ISBN External links Edit The Music of James Scott Skinner (Aberdeen University).

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All Reviews: Madeleine Bigham Scotland Under Mary Stuart ; R. Eaves, Henry VIII's Scottish Diplomacy, - ; and George Emmerson, Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String. Mar 25,  · As noted by George Emmerson in his book Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String, this tune contains a characteristic melodic cliché in Scottish music in which a figure is followed by the same or a related figure on the triad one tone below or above.

Rantin' Pipe and Tremblin' String: Music of 18th-century Scotland. Please note, this event has expired. Presented by Seven Times Salt at Church of the Good Shepherd, Watertown MA We include selections from early Scots sources including the Balcarres lute book. May 06,  · Chappell () prints the first strain, which he finds (with fifteen variations) in The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book (c.

therein credited to the famous English composer William Byrd), Robinson's New Citharen Lessons (), Airs and Sonnets, and a MS in the British Museum; another 16th century version appears in a MS book of "Airs and. The strathspey is one of the dance types in Scottish country dancing. A Scottish country dance will typically consist of equal numbers of strathspeys, jigs and reels.

The strathspey step is a slower and more stately version of the skip-change step used for jigs and reels. The strathspey also forms part of the musical format for competing pipe.

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