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Music: printed or mss. [manuscripts], various items, c 1910-1920


Scope and Contents

Music: printed or mss. [manuscripts], various items.
  1. ‘Marjory and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser with Margaret Kennedy and Hugh Mackay (Arts League of Service), Songs of the Hebrides, Edinburgh Recital, 19th February, Usher Hall, London Recital 24th February, Queen’s Hall’, programme, no year.
  2. ‘Songs of the Hebrides’, leaflet, multiple copies, with photographs of Margaret Kennedy (sitting) and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser (standing at the harp), various press comments on reverse.
  3. ‘Ten-Minute Talks with Useful People, III, Mrs. Kennedy-Fraser, Music-Maker and Restorer of the Old Hebridean Songs’, by Artifex, [Great-heart, vol. ix (new series): no. 3, March 1929], pp. 60-62.
  4. Letter from Hanna Keller, Kononovka (Kiev-Poltava), Russia, 14 January 1914.
  5. ‘Coronach’/‘A Highland Lament’, for piano, by Edgar Barratt, London: Elkin, [1917].
  6. ‘To a Lady seen from the Train’, triolet by Frances Cornford, music by Frederick Attenborough, ‘To J.R.T.M.’, manuscript.
  7. ‘To Marie Queen o’ Scots’ and ‘Bard’s Homage to Mary Queen o Scots’, ‘arr [arranged] for voice & piano by M. [Marjory] Kennedy-Fraser’, manuscripts.
  8. ‘“Hidden”, words by Rachael Annand Taylor, music by Alec Robertson, ‘For Mrs Marjory Kennedy Fraser with sincere gratitude from Alec Robertson’, manuscript.


  • c 1910-1920


Language of Materials

English and Scottish Gaelic

Conditions Governing Access

Due to format, there is no current listening access to the recordings.


From the Box: 1 box

Previous refrence

Gen. 279

Repository Details

Part of the Edinburgh University Library Special Collections Repository

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