Alexander Fraser, Lord Woodhouselee Tytler

Standard Name: Tytler, Alexander Fraser,,, Lord Woodhouselee


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Friends, Associates Anna Gordon
William Tytler , the first collector of AG 's ballads, was a friend of her father, while his son Alexander Fraser Tytler , who collected them too, was a childhood friend of her own.
Perry, Ruth. “The Printed Record of An Oral Tradition”. Britain and Italy in the Long Eighteenth Century, edited by Rosamaria Loretelli and Frank O’Gorman, Cambridge Scholars Publishing , pp. 88-105.
Literary responses Anna Gordon
William Tytler was followed by many more in his interest in AG 's ballads. His son Alexander Fraser Tytler (Lord Woodhouselee) , Scott , Jamieson , Joseph Ritson , M. G. Monk Lewis , Robert Anderson
Textual Production Anna Gordon
These were songs from North-East Scotland, probably dating from about a century before. The vernacular song tradition . . . contained distinct male and female strands. Women sang in drawing-rooms and men at meetings of...


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