Fred Cameron (W F Cameron)

Frederick James Cameron of Elgin (1883 – 1949) was a prominent melodeon player in the early twentieth century. Some of his records were issued under the name Mr. Fred Cameron, some as W.F. Cameron and some as W. Fred Cameron.

A man’s a man for a’ that

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig. 2”. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

Father O’Flynn

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig. 6”. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

The Rollicking Irishman

From a number of 78 rpm sides recorded 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig 3”. Recording kindly supplied by Neil MacGregor.

Duncan Gray

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig. 1”. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

Irish Washerwoman

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig. 5”.  Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

My love she’s but a lassie yet

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910 and released as “Scotch Quadrilles, Fig. 4”. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

The Rights of Man

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.

The Keel Row / Unidentified

One of a number of 78 rpm sides recorded in 1910/11. The precise details of this track are unknown. Recording kindly provided by Neil MacGregor.