Rowe, Miss

Production date
Circa 1835
A volume of musical scores titled The Lancers' Quadrilles or, Babal of Dublin's Set. 46th edition. Containing Les Graces, La Dorset, Lodoiska, La Native and Les Lanciers with proper figures in French and English, as danced at Almack's, London and at the Rotunda, Dublin.
The volume bears the name of Miss Rowe on the from cover and contains ten pages of mss musical score tipped into the published score. A number of these pieces of music appear to be either written or rearranged by members of the Rowe family.

Object detail

Production date
Circa 1835
Item list

  Part 1

1. The Tartan Laiddie with variations by M A Rowe

2. L'Etude Facile. Parody on Butlers Egypian Air (not credited but written in the same hand as No. 1)

3. Le Pantalons. (Not credited by the same hand as the above)

4. L'ete by Old Dan Tucker (or possibly W Dan Tucker)

5. De Boatmans Dance. La Finale )not credited but in the same hand as above)

6. The Old Oak Tree by Mary Anne R

7. Long Long Ago by Henrietta Rowe

8. Get Along Rosie by Mary Anne Rowe

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