Scores

I’m dumping here all the scores I have on file, garnered from various online free sources. If you have anything to add, send me a copy: robmackillop@gmail.com

In no particular order…

Bach 2nd Cello Suite arranged for 11c lute by Rob MacKillop
Tweedside from Balcarres MS
The Souters of Selkirk from Balcarres MS
Scottish Music arranged for Baroque Guitar
Robert Edwards’ Commonplace Book for Cittern
Portuguese Baroque Guitar Italian Tab
Portuguese Baroque Guitar French Tab
Piccinini Music for Theorbo – Vertical Score Outlay
Piccinini Theorbo Horizontal Score Outlay
Petzold – Minuets once thought to be by JS Bach – 11c lute
James Oswald’s Twelve Divertimentis for Guittar
Old Long Syne from Balcarres MS
Old Long Syne from Balcarres MS in Cm
The Malt Grinds Well – Balcarres MS
Millar/Macalman MSS for cittern – Scotland mid 17th Century
Various Scottish pieces for Baroque guitar transcribed for A=392
Various Lute Pieces in Harp Sharp Tuning
Robert Bremner’s Instructions For Guitar, Edinburgh 1759

more to follow…

comments welcome below…

4 responses to “Scores

  1. I’m looking for visual images for a song from Robert Edwards’ commonplace book, ‘Remember me my deir’. The ones you have transcribed are lovely – but don’t include that one? Does it come from a different volume?
    Kate

    • Hi Kate. I haven’t looked at this manuscript for six years or so, and can’t remember details. You can find Remember Me, My Deir in Kenneth Elliott’s edition of Scots music for the Musica Britanica series – both words and music. And there are a few recordings of the song by various groups. It’s very beautiful.

  2. thank you! I’ve found a digitised copy of the song from 1666 on the National Library of Scotland’s website, too. Yes, it’s a lovely song.

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