The Songs of Scotland (Folk Songs, Scottish)



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Arranger Josiah Pittman (1816–1886)
Editor Colin Brown (1818–1896)
Publisher. Info. London: Boosey, n.d.(ca.1880).
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General Information

Work Title The Songs of Scotland
Alternative. Title
Composer Folk Songs, Scottish
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
First Publication. ca.1880
Language English (Scottish dialect)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, Piano

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Afton water
A highland lad my love was born
A man's a man for a' that
And ye shall walk in silk attire
Do. Do. (Scotch version)
And oh! for ane-and-twenty, Tam!
Annie Laurie
Aul Joe Nicolson's bonnie Nannie
Auld Rob Morris
Auld Robin Gray
Do. Do. (Old melody)
Auld langsyne
Awa', Wigs, awa'
Aye wakin', o!
Barbara Allan
Bide ye yet
The birks of Aberfeldy
The blue bells of Scotland
Blue bonnets over the border
Blythe, blythe and merry was she
The boatie rows
The bonnie brier-bush
Bonnie dundee
The bonnie house o' Airlie
Bonnie Jean
Bonnie laddie, highland laddie
Bonnie wee thing
The braes aboon Bonaw
The braes of Balguhidder
Braw, braw lads
The broom o' the cowdenknowes
The bush aboon Traquair
Busk ye, busk ye
Ca' the ewes to the knowes
Caller Herrin
The campbells are comin'
Cam' ye by Athol
Cauld Kail in Aberdeen
Charlie is my darling
Come o'er the stream, Charlie
Come under my plaidie
Corn-rigs are bonnie
Craigie-burn wood
Dainty Davie
The denks dang owre my daddie
Duncan Grey
The ewe-bughts
The ewie wi' the crooked horn
Farewell to Lochaber
The flowers o' the forest
For lack of gold
Get up and bar the door
Gin a body meet a body (Comin' thro' the rye)
Gloomy winter's now awa'
Green grow the rashes, O
Here's a health to ane I lo'e dear
Here awa', there awa'
He' owre the hills
Highland Mary
The highland watch
Huntingtower, or when ye gang awa' Jamie