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Mr. John Rice's Gift

A suite of three dances (Reel, Strathspey and Medley) contained in a bound volume and devised by Maureen Chevens as a tribute to Mr. John Rice, Orthopaedic Surgeon.The DVD contains a video of the dances being performed by dancers from Dublin SCD C...

Maureen Chevens

Notebook belonging to Ysobel Stewart

'Reels of Eight' descriptions from various sources including:Eightsome Reel and Another Eight Reel from the Blantyre MSS 1805;French Assembly Reel and Assembly Reel from "The Ball-Room" 1827;The Reel of Eight from "The Glo...

Notebook belonging to Ysobel Stewart

Contains dance descriptions and accompanying music mainly from John Walshs 'The Complete Country Dancing-Master, Being a Collection of all the Celebrated Country Dances now in Vogue. Perform'd at Court, the Theatres, Masquerades, and Pub...

Notebook belonging to Ysobel Stewart

Titled: 'SCDS [Book XII]'. Contains dance descriptions with music from various sources including 'Rutherford 1772', Neil Gow III, Twenty Four Scottish Country Dances from the year 1793' and Caledonian Country Dances 1748.C...

Notebook belonging to Ysobel Stewart

Blantyre Farm 19 August 1800. A List of Country dances according to Mr William Seymore from Killbride which he teached to Blantyre farm, above date'.Contents: Common Figure, Swallow Fife Hunt, The Heather, Stewarton Lasses, Cause he was a bon...

Notebooks

12 notebooks containing descriptions of dances (with Mrs. Stewart's notes) being considered or prepared for publication.

Ysobel Stewart

Notes on dances

Handwritten notes on: The Bob of Fettercairn; The White Cockade; The Dutchess (sic) of York;Off she goes; Light and airy; The Marquis of Huntly's Highlanders; Miss Kitty Campbell of Shawfield's Reel

Tartan Plaid

Tartan Plaid worn by Ysobel Campbell at her wedding. Includes a copy of a letter to Drummond Laing which gives the history of the Plaid.

Ysobel Stewart