- Scotland’s Pete Clark: In the Footsteps of Niel Gow
- Scottish Fiddle
- “Gow, Niel”. Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen Volume 2. Glasgow: Blackie & Sons, 1875. p153. Accessed on 2013/08/20.
- Niel Gow (Neil Gow) – Annual Scottish fiddle festival
- Niel Gow
- Niel Gow’s Lament For His Second Wife (midi)
- Simmons, Michael. “Scotland’s Pete Clark: In the Footsteps of Niel Gow”. Fiddler Magazine, 1 June 1999.
- The Glen Collection of Scottish Dance Music, republished by the Highland Music Trust, 2001 (ISBN 0-9541478-1-2).
- Clark, Pete. Even Now: The Music of Niel Gow. Smiddymade Recordings, Perthshire, Scotland, 1999 (SMD615). CD album with extensive album notes. Fifteen tunes by Niel Gow played by Pete Clark on Niel Gow’s own fiddle and recorded in the ballroom of Blair Castle, a frequent eighteenth-century Niel Gow venue. (The Raeburn portrait above, posted by the author of this article, is part of the Blair Castle Collection.)
- Folk Music Net Biography of Niel Gow
- Dunkeld Cathedral Biography of Niel Gow
- Niel Gow Fiddle Festival
- Free PDF of 90 of Niel Gow’s tunes