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Notes on Ellwyn Glen and its Towers

Notes for an article "Ghosts of Ellwyn Glen" published in "The Scotsman" newspaper 2nd may 1934. Photographs taken by Ion Jamieson of the three towers in Ellwyn Glen. Booklet "Ellwyndale and its Three Towers" by John Freer, FSA Scot. (n.d.)

Ion Jamieson

Any Good Tune

Arranged for piano by Muriel A Johnstone. Published by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (2010). Reset with minor corrections and reprinted June 2010.

File relating to Publications and Research January 1980-December 1981

Includes agendas, draft minutes (including minutes of 29 November 1980 not incl in SCD/1/5/3-4), correspondence with comments on leaflet dances; Letters from individuals with suggestions for publcations / complaints/ comments on committee minutes; Corrections and comments for 'Won't You Join The Dance' and a lsit of ammendmenst made to it; correspondence with publishers

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Envelope marked 'Publication Cttee Prep. For Books 26 & 27'

"Lists of dances and descriptions with hand drawn diagrams under consideration for Books 26 and 27
Lady Maxwells Reel , Saxon Dance, Old Nicks Lumber Room, Sugar Candie, Airdrie Lassies, A Mile to Ride, Fairly Shot oHer, Lady Mary Cochranes Reel, Lord Elgins Reel, Rob Roy MacGregor, The Frisky; typescript dances for The Ladies of Dunse, Caber Fey, Donald Couper, Lady Maxwell's Reel The new Waterloo Reel or the Saxon Dance, Fairly Shot o Her, Lady Mary Cochranes Reel, Lord Elgins Reel,
Rob Roy MacGregor, The Frisky, Lord Forbes' Reel, A Mile to Ride, Old Nick`s Lumber Room, Sugar Candie, Airdrie Lassies, Miss Nellie Wemyss

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Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Folder: Book 30

Music, descriptions and diagrams for Collichur, Hame Came Our Gudeman, The Highland Lass, The Bawk, A Mans A Man For A That, The Guidman of Balangigh, The Cadies Lady, Short and Sweet; correspondence concerning arrangement of music and publication

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Folder: Book 31 Dances

Murial Johnstones handwritten arrangements for Book 31; photocopies of sources for music used in Book 31 collected by Alastair MacFadyen; correspondence relating to copyright; final proofs fo Book 31.

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

Correspondence with Buckingham Palace on behalf of HRH Queen Elizabeth

Includes letters of thanks from Buckingham Palace thanking the president of the society for the gift of publications; application for patronage of the Princess Elizabeth and reply granting patronage, 20 December 1946; cover of book 17; donations to the King George VI Memorial Fund; suggested programme and list of guests for the visit of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh to HQ, 1961

File marked 'Correspondence with Paterson's Publications'

various bundles tied with treasure tags and titled as follows:Performing Rights Society; Visual Film Unit; Girl Guide Association;Gramophone Records-Leaflet Dances-Price of Books; Agreement with Patersons 1924-Book 6 Correspondence; Mechanical Copyright Protection Society; Copyright-Printing Leaflet Dances-24 Favourite SC Dances
'Performing Right Society- correspondence with Paterson's Publications. Etc.' 22 December 1948-15 June 1954
'Girl Guide Association' 15-17 June 1948
'Visual Film Unit' 20 January 1950-15 February 1950
'Gramophone Records Leaflet Dances Prices of Books' 29 January 1948- 23 February 1950
Agreement with Paterson's Publications 1934, Correspondence regarding Book 6 etc' 25 March 1954-9 December 1940
Mechanical Copyright Protection Society Correspondence leading to agreement with Paterson's Publications Ltd' 24 June 1936-12 November 1946
'Copyright- Correspondence regarding printing of leaflet dances and '24 Favourite S.C. Dances' 4 October 1939-20 August 1941.

Scottish Country Dance Society

The Rose of Benbecula

Includes a fragment of a letter from Isobel 'Tibbie' Cramb and handwritten descriptions for the dance; A note for the publications committee specifying the dance was not for publication and explaining that she was taught the dance 'by Mrs McNab' at summer school and that 'The dance was accompanied by a story as to its origin. Thus- that the 3 little girls disliked the soft waltzing nature of the dance. When the dancing-master was called away... they added 2 men's Highland steps. These Mrs McNab instructed us to use after the 1st Chorus. Miss Milligan and I both felt that the Highland steps spoiled the dance and as the story could not be authenticated we decided to leave them out'. Also enclosed two typed descriptions of the dance one annotated 'communicated by Mary Isadel MacNab'; a letter from the secretary of the RSCDS to John Drewry requesting diagrams for the dance.

The Scottish Country Dance Book - Book 4

By the Scottish Country Dance Society, music arranged by J. Michael Diack. Published by Paterson's Publications, Ltd (1927, 1929, 1930, c. 1943, c. 1945, c. 1947, 1951). By the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, music arranged by J. Michael Diack. Published by Paterson's Publications, Ltd (1956, 1959). By the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, music arranged by Muriel A. Johnstone. Published by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (1985, 2005).

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