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Scottish songs for George Thomson I-VII = Schottische Lieder für George Thomson I-III

Author: Joseph Haydn; Lorna Anderson, (Soprano); Jamie MacDougall; Haydn Trio Eisenstadt.
Publisher: [Leeuwarden, The Netherlands] : Brilliant Classics, [2008]
Series: Haydn edition : Scottish songs, CD61-67
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English

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Named Person: Thomson, Mr.; Thomson, Mr.
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Haydn; Lorna Anderson, (Soprano); Jamie MacDougall; Haydn Trio Eisenstadt.
OCLC Number: 388115301
Notes: Compact disc.
Issued in conjunction with the 200th anniversary (in 2009) of Haydn's death.
Performer(s): Lorna Anderson, soprano ; Jamie MacDougall, tenor ; Haydn Trio Eisenstadt.
Event notes: Recorded 28th-30th April 2003 and Oct. 2003, May and October 2004 and again in 2005 in the Haydn Hall of Esterházy Palace, Eisenstadt.
Description: 7 sound discs digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. + CD-ROM.
Contents: CD61 (76'06) Broom of Cowdenknows --
She rose and let me in --
Waly waly --
Wee, wee man --
Robin Adair --
Rattling roaring Willy --
Thro' the wood, laddie --
Old highland laddie --
O'er the hills and far awa --
Craigieburn Wood --
Lea-rig --
William and Margaret --
What can a young lassie do --
Down the burn, Davie --
Sutor's doughter --
My love she's but a lassie yet (Vars.) --
Ewe-bughts --
Up in the morning early --
Morag --
East Neuk o' Fife --
Maid that tends the goats --
Lass of Patie's mill --
Oran gaoil --
Flowers of Edinburgh --
Willie was a wanton wag --
Logan water --
Macpherson's farewell . CD62. (73'14) Peggy, I must love thee --
Bonny grey-ey'd morn --
Minstrel --
Deil tak' the wars --
Gramachree --
Up and war them a' Willy --
I canna come ilka day to woo --
Langolee --
Hey tutti taiti --
Kellyburn braes --
Poet's ain Jean --
Gil Morris --
Last time I came o'er the muir --
Mucking o' Geordie's byre --
Happy trio --
Wish --
Killiecrankie --
My apron deary --
Brisk young lad --
Whistle o'er the lave o't --
Fy gar rub her o'er wi strae --
My love she's but a lassie yet --
My Nanie, O . CD63. (72'26) Cauld kail in Aberdeen --
An thou wert mine ain thing --
Boatman --
Jingling Johnie --
Muirland Willy --
Variations on Bannocks o'barleymeal --
Tears of Caledonia --
Variations on Maggie Lauder --
Queen Mary's lamentation --
Soldier laddie --
Highland Air. The lone vale --
Roslin Castle --
Green sleeves --
Variations on Saw ye my father --
Jacobite Air. Phely & Willy --
Hooly and fairly --
Young Jockey was the blythest lad --
Shepherd's wife --
Mary's dream --
Oonagh --
Auld gudeman --
Strathallan's lament --
Polwarth on the green . CD64.. (68'04) Bonny wee thing --
Auld wife ayont the fire --
Birks of Inverary --
Auld Rob Morris --
My deary an thou die --
Jenny's bawbee --
Highland Mary --
Variations on Killiecrankie --
If a body meets a body --
Auld Robin Grat --
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray --
Weary pund o' tow --
Maggie Lauder --
Sensibility --
Edinburgh Kate --
Woo'd and married and a' --
Tak your auld cloak about ye --
Waes my heart that we should sunder --
Johnie's grey breeks --
Fy let's a' to the bridal --
Let me in this ae night --
Galashiels --
Ay waking, O! . CD65. (67'38) Tears that must ever fall --
Birks of Abergeldie --
Looking glass --
Ettrick banks --
O'er bogie --
Barbara Allan --
Blue bell of Scotland --
Saw ye my father --
Braes of Ballenden --
John o' Badenyon --
Fee him, father --
Ewie wi' the crooked horn --
Pinkie House --
Bonny Jean --
Bannocks o' barleymeal --
Green grow the rashes --
Blathrie o't --
My mither's ay glowrin' ower me --
Scornfu' Nansy --
I wish my love were in a myre --
Death of the linnet --
Rothiemurcus rant . CD66.. (58'13) Here awa there awa --
Over the water to Charlie --
Lochaber --
Happy Dick Dawson --
My love's a winsome wee thing --
Tibbie Fowler --
Cro Challin --
Rock and a wee pickle tow --
White cockade --
Lassie wi' the gowden hair --
What ails this heart of mine --
Shelagh O'Neal --
Border widow's lament --
Shepherd's son --
Good night and joy be wi' ye --
Johny Faw, or, The gypsy laddie --
O bonny lass, will you lie in a barrack . CD67. (59.21) Jenny dang the weaver --
Macgregor of Ruara's lament --
Sir Patrick Spence --
Gala water --
Three captains --
Johny Faw --
Halloween --
Irish air Pat & Kate --
Captain Okain --
Cro Challin --
My Nanie O --
When she came ben she bobbit --
Fair Helen of Kirkconnell --
Parson boasts of mild ale --
Braes of Ballochmyle --
Tullochgorum --
Johny Macgill --
Rise up and bar the door --
Lord Balgonie's favourite..
Series Title: Haydn edition : Scottish songs, CD61-67
Other Titles: Schottische Lieder für George Thomson I-III
Responsibility: Joseph Haydn.


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