Seventy Scottish Songs

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A sterling collection of 70 Scottish songs, including ballads and love songs of great lyric beauty, colorful chants of stirring patriotic fervor, pieces that commemorate special moments in history and legend, and others that note the commonplace charms of everyday life. Contents include "Annie Laurie," "Loch Lomond," "The Campbells Are Coming," "Robin Adair," and "Comin' Through the Rye." Complete lyrics plus full piano accompaniments.
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Overview


A sterling collection of 70 Scottish songs, including ballads and love songs of great lyric beauty, colorful chants of stirring patriotic fervor, pieces that commemorate special moments in history and legend, and others that note the commonplace charms of everyday life. Contents include "Annie Laurie," "Loch Lomond," "The Campbells Are Coming," "Robin Adair," and "Comin' Through the Rye." Complete lyrics plus full piano accompaniments.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486270296
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 4/20/2011
  • Series: Dover Song Collections Series
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 8.42 (w) x 10.97 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Table of Contents

"Adieu, Dundee"
"Aye wakin', O !"
A wee bird cam' to our ha' door (Wae's me for Prince Charlie)
Ailie Bain o' the Glen (Eilidh Bhàn)
"Balooloo, my lammie"
"Blythe, blythe and merry was she"
By the stream so pure and clear (Song of the Isle of Saint Kilda)
By yon bonnie banks
Cam' ye by Atholl
"Come, all ye jolly shepherds (When the kye come hame)"
Cope sent a letter frae Dunbar (Johnnie Cope)
Cro-Challin would gie me (Colin's Cattle)
Farewell to Lochaber (Locaber no more)
Far over yon hills (Flora MacDonald's Lament)
"Flow gently, sweet Afton (Afton Water)"
Gin a body meet a body (Comin' thro' the rye)
"Hame, hame, hame!"
Heavy the beat of the weary waves (Old Dirge from the Isle of Mull)
"Hush-a-by, darling"
"Hush ye, my bairnie (Cagaran Gaolach)"
I climb the mountains (Fhir a Bhàta)
I left my darling lying here (A Fairy Lullaby)
"I'm wearin' awa', Jean (The Land o' the Leal)"
I wish I were where Helen lies (Fair Helen of Kirkconnel)
"John Anderson, my jo, John"
Maxwellton braes are bonnie (Annie Laurie)
"My brown-haired maiden (Mo nighean donn, Bhòidheach)"
"My love, she's but a lassie yet"
My love to my bride (Fair Young Mary)
My own dear one's gone (Dh' fhalbh mo leannan fhéin)
My brown maid (Mo nighean donn)
My pretty Mary (Màiri Bhòidheach)
Nae mair we'll meet again
O'er Coolin's face the night is creeping (MacCrimmon's Lament)
"Oh, Charlie is my darling"
"O hearken, and I will tell you how (Scottish Wedding)"
"Och, och, mar tha mi ! (The Islay Maiden)"
"Oh, love will venture in"
"Oh, mirk, mirk is the midnight hour (Lord Gregory)"
"Oh, where, tell me where (The Blue Bells of Scotland)"
"Oh, my love is like a red, red rose"
"Oh, why left I my hame?"
"Put off, and row wi' speed"
"Red, red is the path to glory ('Stu mo Rùn)"
"Sad am I, and sorrow-laden (Soiridh !)"
See afar yon hill Ardmore (The Praise of Islay)
"Scots, wha ha'e wi' Wallce bled"
Should auld acquaintance be forgot (Auld Lang Syne)
"Since my loved one has gone (Mo nighean chruinn, donn)"
"Smile na sae sweet, my bonnie babe (Fine Flowers in the Valley)"
Sing the praises o' my dearie (The Peerless Maiden)
The Laird o' Cockpen
The Campbells are comin'
The de'il cam' fiddlin' thro' the toun (The de'il's awa' wi' the exciseman)
The news frae Moidart cam' yestreen (Wha'll be King but Charlie)
The winter it is past
There grows a bonnie briar-bush
Three score o' nobles rade up the King's ha' (Glenogie)
The moon had climbed the highest hill (Mary's Dream)
Turn ye to me
Thy cheek is o' the rose's hue
"Why weep ye by the tide, ladye? (Fock o' Hazeldean)"
Winsome Mary (Màiri Laghach)
Whar' ha'e ye been a' the day (My Boy Tammy)
What's this dull town to me? (Robin Adair)
"Where sleepest thou, my dearie?"
"Will ye gang to the Hielands, Leezie Lindsay?"
With the Loorgeen o hee (Leis an Lurgainn)
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon
Young Jamie lo'ed me weel (Auld Robin Gray)
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