32 Scottish Folksongs, B.707-738 (Pleyel, Ignaz)

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Publisher. Info. Dublin: Hime, n.d.(ca.1800).
Misc. Notes RISM A/I: P 2632 (B.7046). Contents, etc.
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Work Title 32 Scottish Folksongs
Alternative. Title A select collection of original Scotish airs for the voice, to each of which are added introductory & concluding symphonies & accompanyments for the violin & piano forte
Composer Pleyel, Ignaz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. B.707-738
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 32 pieces:
  1. Benathe a green shade, B.707
  2. The night her silent sable wore, B.708
  3. Tweedside What beauties does Flora disclose, B.709
  4. When wild war's deadly blast was, B.710
  5. Bush aboon Traiquait (Hear me ye nymphs), B.711
  6. Lochhaber (Fare well to Lochaber, fare well), B.712
  7. The waefu' heart (Gin living worth could win my), B.713
  8. I'll never leave thee (One day I heared Mary say), B.714
  9. Corn Riggs (My Patie is a lover gay), B.715
  10. Donald (From thee Eliza I must go), B.716
  11. The last time I came o'er the muir, B.717
  12. Gilderoy (Ah! Chlosis could I now but sit), B.718
  13. The ewe bughts (Will ye ge'td the ewe bughts), B.719
  14. Sae merry as we have been (A lass that was), B.720
  15. Fare well thou fair day thou green earth, B.721
  16. Gramachree (One morning very early, one), B.722
  17. Sweet Annie frae the sea-beach came, B.723
  18. The banks of Banna (Sheppards I have lost my love), B.724
  19. My apron dreary (My sheep I neglected), B.725
  20. Oh! Open the door, some pity to slow, B.726
  21. The birks of my Invermay (The smiling morn), B.727
  22. Your welcome to Paxton (Oh! had I a cave on), B.728
  23. The braes of Yarrow (Busk ye busk ye my), B.729
  24. Galla water (Braw braw lads on Yarrow braes), B.730
  25. The low-land lads think they are fine, B.731
  26. Wandering Willie (Here a-wa', there a-wa'), B.732
  27. O waly waly up the bank and waly, B.733
  28. While some for pleasure, B.734
  29. The yellow-hair'd laddie, B.735
  30. Roslin Castle (Twas in that season of the year), B.736
  31. Low down in the broom (My daddy is a canker), B.737
  32. Auld Rob Morris (There's auld Rob), B.738
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1793
First Publication. 1793, 1799 - London: Preston "Set 1" (25 songs), "Set 4" (incl. 7 songs)
Librettist Traditional, Robert Burns, Peter Pindar, Allan Ramsay, Andrew Erskine Earl Kellie, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and others.
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 1 or 2 voices with piano, violin ad lib.
Primary Sources Holograph manuscript, n.d.(1793) GB-Lbl, Add.35276 (B.7054)