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Seventy Scottish songs

Author: Helen Hopekirk
Publisher: New York : Dover, 1992.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Musical Score, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Hopekirk
ISBN: 0486270297 9780486270296
OCLC Number: 25051348
Language Note: Gaelic and Lowland Scots words.
Notes: Folk songs, arr. for high voice and piano.
Reprint. Originally published: Boston : O. Ditson Co., 1905 (The Musicians library).
Description: 1 score (xv, 189 pages) ; 28 cm
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 Bhan) --
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-Challain would gie me (Colin's cattle) --
Farewell to Lochaber (Lochaber 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' Wallace 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? (Jock 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).
Other Titles: Scottish songs.
70 Scottish songs.
Responsibility: selected and arranged by Helen Hopekirk.
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