|Administrative History||John Marshall, fl 1835|
James Massie, Aberdeen, fl. 1777
|Custodial History||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. |
|Description||Collection of Scottish folk songs with music, gathered by John Marshall, c 1835. Examples of tunes include My Mary's no more (music by Dempster, poetry by Burns); Adieu My Native Land; Scots wha hae; Draw the Sword Scotland; Meet me by the Moonlight ; Hurrah for the Bonnets of Blue. |
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.