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Gow, Neil
Gow, Niel
Niel Gow
Niel Gow (British musician)
Niel Gow (Brits componist (-))
Niel Gow (schottischer Fiddler)
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Carlin, Richard (1956-)
Carolan, Turlogh (1670-1738)
Dewar, James (1793-1846))
Gow, John (ca. 1764-1826)
Gow, Nathaniel (1763-1831)
Hogg, James (1770-1835)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Quadriga consort
beauties of Niel Gow, The : being a selection of the most favorite tunes from his first, second, and third collections of strathspeys, reels & jigs, chiefly comprising the compositions of Niel Gow and sons : (the dances arranged as medleys) : all of which are adapted for the harp, piano-forte, violin & violoncello
Boyne water - Morrison jig
Captain James
Carolan's cup - The two William Davises (3 min 55 s)
Chi mi na mor - Bheanna
cliffs of Doneen
Complete repository of original Scots slow strathspeys and dances
Dunkeld Steeple
Edinburgh Collection of glees, catches, duetts, &c. selected from the works of the most eminent composers ancient and modern all as revised by the late Nel Gow Junr..., The
Fiddle music. Selections
Fine flowers in the valley
Gow collection of Scottish dance music, 1986:, The
Gow's beauties
Gow's ... repository
Hamish the carpenter - There cam a young man (4 min 09 s)
Iron man
James Betagh - James Betagh Jig
John Barleycorn
Lament for James Moray of Abercarney
Lament for the Death of His Second Wife
lament of Flora Mc. Donald, The : an original and favorite Jacobite air
maid who sold her barley
Miss noble (4 min 30 s)
moon of wintertime the very best of Quadriga consort
Niel Gow's lament for the death of his second wife
On a cold winter's day
popular national melodies of Scotland, The
Puirt a beul - Mouthmusic (2 min 17 s)
Pulling the sea-dulse
saucy sailor
Strathspey reels
To the Royal Caledonian Hunt.
willow tree
wraggle-taggle gypsies, o !