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[First series]-Second series - Jacobite relics of Scotland
DescriptionBeing the songs, airs, and legends, of the adherents to the house of Stuart. Collected and illustrated by James Hogg. Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood, 1819-1821. [First series] -- second series.
ShelfmarkGlen.194-194a
Printed music
Glen Collection of printed music
DescriptionScottish songs and music of the 18th and early 19th centuries, including music for the Highland bagpipe, contained in about 200 volumes selected from the collection of John Glen (1833-1904). Also available are a few manuscripts, some treatises, and other books on the subject.
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Special collections of printed music
DescriptionOver 300 volumes from three internationally renowned special collections of printed music. The Glen Collection and the Inglis Collection represent excellent archives of 18th-19th century Scottish music, including Scottish songs. The Hopkinson Verdi Collection contains contemporary and later editions of the works of Verdi, collected by bibliographer Cecil Hopkinson.