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Peter Wyper - Selections Of Scottish Airs / Lord Lynedoch album

Peter Wyper - Selections Of Scottish Airs / Lord Lynedoch album
  • Performer Peter Wyper
  • Title Selections Of Scottish Airs / Lord Lynedoch
  • Date of release 1909
  • Style Celtic, Folk
  • Other formats AA AU DXD VQF DTS ASF MP2
  • Genre Folk music
  • Size MP3 1816 mb
  • Size FLAC 1760 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 891

Selections Of Scottish Airs, Lord Lynedoch. 0 0 0. Southern Girl Gavotte, Medley Of Irish Jigs. Chris Chapman (3), John J. Kimmel. Selections Of Hornpipes, Selections Of Jigs. We Parted On The Shore.

For the first volume, which appeared in 1793, Thomson commissioned the composer Ignaz Pleyel to provide musical settings.

Accordion – Peter Wyper. Price 85c. Both sides: accordion solo. This record is sold under price maintenance contracts and upon condition that it shall not be re-sold in Canada for less than the price printed here-on. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): 26218. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 39 26218. Matrix, Runout (Side B label & runout): 26220.

Peter Wyper (melodeon) acc. prob. James Wyper (piano); Recorded London, prob 26218-2. Lord Lynedoch (Strathspey and hornpipe) (trad). Selections of Scottish airs (trad). Col 26469(s/s), Col D 260, Rena 1181, Col 1181; Reg G-6953; RegZon G-6953

The Scottish version Lord Lyndoch has a slightly different A-part. Look it up on online tune indexes. Altan’s version is distinctive b/c of its snaps in the 1st part: dcdB A

Included in this package is the license to use our trademarked protected title Laird of Blackwood. Laird is typically converted to lord internationally and our supporters may choose whether to have their documents issued with the title Laird, Lord or Lady of Blackwood. Native Woods Preservation Ltd was formed to protect and preserve the woodland Loch Wood in Lanarkshire in Scotland

Wars of Scottish Independence. The Wars of Scottish Independence were a series of military campaigns fought between the Kingdom of Scotland and the Kingdom of England in the late 13th and early 14th centuries. The First War (1296–1328) began with the English invasion of Scotland in 1296, and ended with the signing of the Treaty of n in 1328

Peter Wyper (1861 in Lanarkshire, Scotland – 1920) was a player of the diatonic button accordion (or melodeon), believed to have been the first person to ever be recorded playing the accordion, which he did on wax cylinder in 1903 Discography. Highland Schottische (July 1909, 78rpm). Selection of Hornpipes (, 78rpm) (Columbia Records, 78rpm). Selection of Jigs (, 78rpm) (Columbia Records, 78rpm). Eightsome Reel/Mary of Argyle (Solo) and Jenkin's Hornpipe (Regal Records, G6985, 78rpm). Selection of Irish Airs/Selection of Irish Dances (Regal Records, G6975, 78rpm). Wyper's Melodeon Tutor for 19-Keys.

Portrait of Thomas Graham from the frontispiece of his biography by Alexander M. Delavoye published in 1880. Fond of horses and dogs, and distinguished for his skill in country sports, he rode with the foxhounds, and accompanied the Duke of Atholl-who subsequently became his brother-in-law-in grouse-shooting and deer-stalking on the Atholl moors. Mary Graham is commemorated in a four-part Scottish fiddle tune composed in her honor, entitled "The Honourable Mrs. Graham of Balgowan. The loss of his wife preyed deeply upon Graham’s mind, and first he set out for twelve-months of foreign travel.


A Selections Of Scottish Airs
B Lord Lynedoch (Strathspey And Hornpipe)

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Rena Manufacturing Co. Ltd.


Accordion Solo