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|Elizabeth Grant (1745-1828): songwriter, married Captain James Grant of Carron, possibly wrote 'Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch'... [more]|
|Cheape, HughMichael, Newton "The Keening of Women and the Roar of the Pipe: From Clairsach to Bagpipe, 1600-1782" , in Ars Lyrica, vol.17 (2008) More details ...|
|Davis, Leith "From Fingal's Harp to Flora's Song: Scotland, Music and Romanticism" , in The Wordsworth Circle (2000) More details ...|
|Davis, Leith "Gender, Genre and the Imagining of the Scottish Nation: the Songs of lady nairne" , in Behrendt, Stephen and Kushigian, Nancy edd. Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Era (2002) More details ...|
|MacKinnon, Dolly "'I have now a book of songs of her writing': Scottish Families, Orality, Literacy and the Transmission of Musical Culture c.1500-c.1800" , in Ewan, E. and Nugent, J. edd. FInding the Family in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Ashgate, Aldershot, 2008) More details ...|
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