Synopses & Reviews
A third collection of old Scottish folk music. This volume wonderfully encapsulates much of the Scottish tradition throught their songs and lyrics. Contains old favorites mixed with long forgotten folksongs, ballads and songs. Forty songs are included in all and features: A Pair O' Nicky Tams * Skye Boat Song * Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny * Auld Lang Syne * and more.
Table of Contents
v. 1. Cam ye o'er frae France? ; MacPherson's farewell ; Lang a-growing ; Ye Jacobites by name ; Plooman laddies ; The day we went to Rothesay-O ; The jolly beggar ; I'll lay ye doon, love ; Dumbarton's drums ; Maggie Lauder ; Hieland laddie ; Loch Tay boat song ; The wee, wee German lairdie ; The blue bells of Scotland ; The reel of Stumpie-o ; The Gaberlunzie man ; Cauld kail in Aberdeen ; The piper o' Dundee ; The Calton weaver ; O can ye sew cushions? ; Annie Laurie ; A man's a man for a' that ; The bonnie lass o' Fyvie O ; Jockey's ta'en the parting kiss ; Charlie is my darling ; Tae the beggin' I will go ; The bonnie Earl o' Moray ; The band o' shearers ; Tha auld hoose ; Barbara Allen ; To the weavers gin ye go ; Rattlin', roarin' Willie ; Maid when you're young ; Jamie Foyers ; Ae fond kiss ; Fareweel tae Tarwathie ; Bonnie Dundee ; O waly waly ; Westering home ; There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame --