This loure constitutes the second duet in B-flat major from the 55 Easy Pieces collection by French Baroque composer Joseph Bodin de Boismortier.
This is the central movement of Johann Joachim Quantz's Sonata No. 3 in C minor for flute and continuo. It is one of many works for flute that Quantz composed for his student and patron Frederick II, King of Prussia.
This very popular English session tune, often paired with “Bonnie Kate”, originally appears in the Harrison and Wall music manuscript from the village of Ashover, Derbyshire, dated 1762-75. The tune has developed from the original in the ‘folk process’ of modern playing, and nowadays it is often considered a polka, although of course it predates the polka form.
This Allegretto is the fifth study from a collection of 18 Etudes for flute published in 1891 by Danish flutist and composer Joachim Andersen.
This is the central movement of the second flute duet from Six duos faciles et brillants by Danish flutist and composer Niels Peter Jensen.
Thanks to Françoise for contributing this piece!
This is the fourth and final movement of a Sonata in G major for recorder and basso continuo, written by Italian composer Benedetto Marcello around 1712.
The Perthshire Volunteers were the 90th Light Infantry Regiment, a Scottish regiment of the British Army active from 1794 to 1881. It was originally raised for service in the French Revolutionary Wars, and served throughout the 19th century before being amalgamated into the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).
According to Keith MacDonald's The Skye collection of the best reels & strathspeys extant, this melody was composed by one “Miss Sterling”.
Thanks to Ronald for suggesting this tune!