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Kilberry Book of Ceol Mor
o Printing was kiberry to be complete in Februarythe total being copies letters, 27 February and 7 March This revision is a complete re-write of Rev 00 and includes research carried out by Cannon in If we accept the date is accurate and not a typographical error then there is little doubt that this kilbrry was published in or after but no later than when edition 3 was published.
Maclnnes in the Oban Times26 March Reports from Grainger and Campbell. I have not noted any record of whether this transfer was made, and the whereabouts of the negatives is not known.
It is thought that a further reprint was ordered in the mid s. Cannon points out that edition 2 was intended for but in fact kor was not advertised for sale until Lorimer in The ScotsmanApriland by M. The statement on the last music page is incorrect. Roy Gunn, Queensland, Australia. On the last music page, bottom right: Adds information about a previously unknown edition Edition 2a.
Page 11 has a similar comment and date. Rev 02 12 October It was reviewed by R.
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In edition 4 it is stated that the three previous editions had been published in edition 1edition 2 and edition 3. Three others that had escaped previously were also corrected — page 6, line 1, bar 3; page 98, line 2, bar 3; page 63, line 9, last bar.
The story of the production of the book is told in a lecture by James Campbell, in Proceedings of the Piobaireachd Society Conference, March The introduction which has no footnotes is signed: Fly-leaves at front and back. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Quotation from Printaway Ltd. Received 17 March The edition numbering has now been changed from Roman numbering to Arabic numerals. Page 2 of the main text is the reverse side of p 19 of the introduction.
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A fresh search was made for misprints and as far as possible all those that had been corrected in 4 or 5 were corrected again.
It remains to be confirmed that the and announcements refer to the same edition. Contents the same as edition 2 except as noted below.
This edition is in a smaller page size than the preceding ones, approximately A4 but actually about 6 mm deeper. If so, this also would have been in the reduced, approximately A4 page size.
This edition has all the appearances of being identical to that described by Cannon as edition 2 except for the following. Vincent Street, Glasgow C.
A note at the bottom of page 12 has: One fly-leaf at the front, two at the back.
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On 6 January they confirm an instruction to send copies to J. This edition first came on sale towards the end of Decemberas noted in the Piping Times for that month. The update comments are in blue font. It does not reveal any information about an edition being published in and it may be that it was not a new edition and merely a reprint, albeit with the amended editorial comments.
Title and imprint as 1.
In the original edition of this Kilbedry Cannon identified three or possibly four editions of this book. Loaned for the purpose of making the latest reprint see 8 below.
Confirmed by Dugald MacNeill, from inspection of stock lists. This edition kklberry reproduced from 3 above, because the most recent reprints 6 and 7 were considered to be too poor in quality to reproduce again, celo copies of 4 or 5 were not readily available at the time.
An update by Geoff Hore Central Public Library, Edinburgh. Publication must have been delayed, however, since it was not advertised for sale until February A two-page typescript proposal for this publication, evidently submitted to the Piobaireachd Society, and signed A.
Biographical notes on the compiler appear in the Piping TimesJune and May It was presumably carried over accidentally from a previous edition.