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The songs of Robert Burns and Notes on Scottish songs [i.e. song] by Robert Burns,

Author: Robert Burns; James C Dick; Davidson Cook
Publisher: Hatboro, Pa., Folklore Associates, 1962.
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Burns, Robert, 1759-1796.
Songs of Robert Burns and Notes on Scottish songs [i.e. song] by Robert Burns.
Hatboro, Pa., Folklore Associates, 1962
(OCoLC)616494078
Named Person: Robert Burns
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Songs; Folk music
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Burns; James C Dick; Davidson Cook
OCLC Number: 594413
Notes: Facsimiles of The songs of Robert Burns ... with the melodies for which they were written (1903) and Notes on Scottish song (1908) edited by James C. Dick, and of Annotation of Scottish songs by Burns (1922) by Davidson Cook.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) facsimiles (including music) 23 cm
Contents: Absence --
A galic air (two versions) --
Allan Water --
A rosebud --
As I cam down by yon castle wa' --
A Southland Jenny --
Auld lang syne --
Auld Robin Gray --
Awa, Whigs, Awa --
Awaukrife minnie --
Banks of Spey --
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray --
Bess the gawkie --
Beware o' bonie Ann --
Bhannerach dhon na chri --
Bide ye yet --
Birks of Abergeldie --
Blink o'er the burn, sweet Bettie --
Bluthe was she --
Bonie Kate of --
Edinburgh --
Bonie laddie, Highland laddie --
Braes of --
Ballenden --
Carron side --
Ca'the ewes to the knows --
Cauld kail --
Cease, cease my dear friend to explore --
Clarinda --
Clout the Caldron --
Corn riggs --
Craigie-burnwood --
Cromlet'slilt --
Dainty Davie --
Donald and Flora --
Down the burn, Davie --
Drimion dubh --
Dumbarton's drums --
Duncan Gray --
Failte na miosg --
Fairest of the fair --
Fife and a'the lands about it--Finlayston house --
For a' that --
For lake of gold she's left me, O --
Fourteenth of October --
Fy! gar rub her o'er wi' strae --
Gallashiels --
Galloway Tam --
Gill Morice --
Go to the ew-bughts, Marion --
Gramachree --
Here's a health to my true love --
He stole my tender heart away --
Hey tutti taiti--Highlander's lament --
Highland lamentation --
Hooly and fairly --
Hughie Graham --
Ianthy the lovely --
I do confess thou art sae fair --
I dream'd I lay --
I had a horse, and I had nae mair --
I'll never leave thee --
I'm o'er young to marry yet --
Invercald's reel --
I wish my love were in a mire --
It is na, Jean, thy bonie face --
Jamie come try me --
JamieGay --
John Anderson, my jo --
John Hay's bonny lassie --
JohnieCope --
Johnny Faa, or the gypsie laddie --
Johnny's gray beeks --
John o'Badenyond --
Klliecrankie --
Laddie lie near me--Leader Haughs and Yarrow --
Lewis Gordon --
Lochaber --
Lord --
Gregory --
Lord Ronald, my son --
Low down in the broom --
Lucy --
Campbel --
Marquis of Huntly's Reel --
Mary Scot --
Mary's Dream. May Eve, or Katie of Aberdeen --
McGrigor of Rora's Lament --
McLaughlin's Scots Measure --
McPherson's farewell --
Miss --
Admiral Gordon's Strathspey --
Miss Hamilton's Delight --
My ain kind deary, o --
My apron, dearie --
My bony Mary --
My dearJockey --
My deary, if thou die --
My heart's in the highlands --
My jo, Janet --
My love is lost to me --
My tocher's the jewel --
Niel Gow's lament --
Neil Gow's Lamentation --
Nithsdall's welcome hame --
O'er the moor amang the heather--O! ono Chrio! --
Phoebe --
Rattlin, roarin Willie --
Robie donna gorach --
Rory Dall's port --
Roslin Castle --
Sae merry as we twa hae been --
Sawnie's pipe --
Saw ye Johnnie cummin' quo' she --
Saw ye my father --
Saw ye nae my Peggy --
Scots --
Jenny --
Scots queen --
Scots recluse --
Seventh of November --
She rose and let me in --
Song of Selma --
Strathallan's lament --
Tak your auld cloak about ye --
Tam Glen --
Tarry woo' --
The backs of Forth --
The banks of Devon --
The banks of --
Tweed --
The beds of sweet roses --
The black eagle --
The blathrie o'd --
The brrom of Cowdenknows the bush aboon --
Traquair --
The collier's bonny lassie --
The ewie wi' the crooked horn --
The flowers of Edinburgh --
The flowers of theforest --
The gaberlunzie man --
The gardener wi' his paidle --
The gloomy night is gath'rin fast --
The Gordon's has the guiding o't --
The happy marriage --
The Highland character --
The Highland laddie --
The Highland lassie, O --
The highland queen --
The jolly beggar --
The lass of Liningston --
The lass of Peaty's Mill --
The last time I came o'er the moor --
The lazy mist --
The maid in Bedlam --
The maid of Selma --
The maid's complaint --
The maid that tends the goats --
The mucking of Geordie's byar --
The guidwife count the lawin. There's nae luck about the house --
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame --
The shepherd's preference --
The soger laddie --
The taylor fell thro' the bed --
The tears I shed --
The tears of Scotland --
The tither morn --
The white cockade --
The young man's dream --
This is no mine ain house--Thou art gane awa --
To daunton me --
Todlen hame --
To the rose-bud --
To the weaver's gin ye go --
Tranent muir --
Tullochgorum --
Tweed Side --
Up and warn a' Willie --
Up in themorning early --
Waly, waly --
Water parted from the sea --
Werena my heart light I wad die --
What is that at my bower-door? --
What wil I do gin my hoggie die --
What words, dear --
Nancy --
Where Helen lies --
Where wad bonie Annie lie --
Willy brew'd a peck o' maut --
Yon wild mossy mounains --
A bonie lass --
A country lass --
Adew Dundee --
Afton Water --
Aileen a roon --
Alace yat I came owr the moor --
Allan Water --
Andro and his cutty gun --
An gille dubh ciar dubh an ye had beenwhere I hae been --
A parecel of rogues in a nation --
A rosebud --
As I cam down by yon castle wa' --
As I went out aeMay morning --
Auld lang syne (obsolete melody) --
Auld lang syne --
Auld Rob MOrris --
Auld Sir Symon --
A waukrife minnie --
Awa, Whigs, awa --
Ay, waukin, O --
Bab at the bowster --
Balinea mone --
Banks of Banna --
Banks of Cree --
Banks of Spey --
Bhannerach dhon na chrie --
Bonie Ann --
Bonie Bell --
Bonie lass tak a man --
Bonnie wee thing --
Bonny Mary --
Braes o' --
Balquhidder --
Buy broom besoms --
Caledonian Hunt's delight --
Cambdelmore --
Cameronian rant --
Captain Cook's death --
Captain O'Kane --
Carl, an the king come --
Caroon side --
Ca' the yowes --
Cauld kail --
Charles Graham's welcome hame --
Charlie, he's my darling --
Chevy Chase (Scottish) --
Chevy --
Chase (English) --
Clarinda --
Clout the caudron --
Cock up yourbeaver --
Cold frosty morning --
Come kiss with me --
Come, let us prepare --
Corn rigs --
Cornwallis's lament --
Craigie-burnwood --
Crowdie --
Culloden --
Comnock Psalms --
Cushion Dance --
Dainty Davie --
De'il tak the wars --
Donald Couper. Down the burn, Davie --
Druimionn dubh --
Duncan Davison --
Duncan --
Gray --
Dusty miller --
East Indian air --
Eppie Adair --
Eppie --
McNab --
Ettrick Banks --
Ewe-bughts Marion --
Fee him, father, fee him --
Fine flowers in the valley --
Finlayston house --
Fora' that --
For the sake o' somebody --
Fy, let us a' to the bridal --
Gaelic air (How long and dreary) --
Gaelic air (Turnagain) --
Galla Water --
Galloway Tam --
Gilderoy --
Gin my love were yon red rose --
Goe from my window --
Goe from my window, love, do --
Good night, and joy be wi' you a' --
Green grow the rashes, o! --
Gude Wallace --
Gudewife, count the lawin --
Hardy Knute --
Here awa, there awa --
Here's a health to them that's awa --
Hey, ca' thro' --
Hey, tutti taitie --
Highlander's lament --
Humors of Glen --
Hynde Horn --
Ianthy the lovely --
I dream'd I lay --
I had a horse, and I had nae mair --
I hae a wife o' my ain --
I'll gae nae mair to your town --
I'll mak you be fain to follow me --
I love my love insecret --
I'm o'er young to marry yet --
Invercauld's reel --
I rede yet beware o' the ripells, young man --
I wish my love were in a mire --
Jack Latin --
Jamie, come try me --
Jenny dangthe weaver --
Jenny's lamentation --
Jockey fou and Jenny fain --
Jockey's gray breeks --
Jockie was the blythest lad --
John --
Anderson, my jo, John --
John, come kiss me now --
Johnie --
Blunt --
Johnie Cope --
Johnny McGill --
Jolly Mortals, fill your glasses --
Jumpin John --
Kellyburn braes --
Kenmure's on and awa --
Killiecrankie --
Laddie, lie near me --
Lady --
Catherine Ogle --
Lady Mary Ann --
Laggan burn --
Lament for --
Abercairney --
Lass, I come near thee --
Leezie Lindsay --
Lenoxlove to Blantyre --
Let me in this ae night --
Loch Eroch Side --
Logan Water --
Lord Breadalbine's March --
Lord Gregory --
Lord Ronald, my son --
Louis, what reck I by thee --
Lull me beyond thee --
Lumps of pudding --
McGrigor of Rora's lament --
McLauchlin's Scot's-measure --
McPherson's rant --
Major --
Graham --
Mally's meek, Mally's sweet --
Mally Stuart --
Mary --
Queen of Scots lament --
Mary's dream --
Miller's wedding --
Miss Admiral Gordon's Strathspey --
Miss Muir --
Morag --
My ainkind dearie, O --
My gonie Lizzy Baillie --
My collier laddie--my jo, Janet --
My lady's gown --
My love is lost to me --
My love, she's but a lassie yet --
My Manie, O --
My Peggy's Face --
My wife's a wanton wee thing --
My wife she dang me --
Niel --
Gow's lament --
Nithsdale's welcome hame --
O, an ye were dead, guidman --
O bonie lass, will ye lie in a barrack --
O, can yelabour lea --
O dear minny --
O'er the hills and far away --
O'er the moor amang the heather --
O, ken yet what Meg o' the mill has gotten? --
On the cold ground --
Oonagh's --
Waterfall --
Open the door softly --
Oran an Aoig --
Oran gaiol--Over the water to Charlie. Paul's Steeple --
Peggy Bawn --
Peggy Ramsay --
Phoebe --
Port Gordon --
Push about the jorum --
Rattlin, roarin Willie --
Red House --
Robie donna gorach --
Robin Adair --
Robin shear'd in hairst --
Rory Dall's port --
Roslin Castle --
Rothiemurche's rant --
Ruffian's rant --
Russian air --
Saw ye my father? --
Scots Queen --
Scroggam --
Seventh of November --
She rose and let me in --
Sic a wife asWillie had --
Sir John Malcolm --
Sodger laddie --
Soldier's joy --
Steer her up --
Stingo, or the Oyl of Barley --
Strathallan's lament --
Sweet's the lass that loves me --
Sweet Willy --
Tam Glen --
Tam Lin the auld man's mare's dead --
The bashful lover --
The birks of Abergeldie --
The Black --
Watch --
The blue ey'd lassie --
The bob o' Dumblane --
The bonie brier-bush --
The lad that's far awa --
The bottom of the punch bowl --
The braes o'Ballochmyle --
The brave lads ofGalla Water --
The broom blooms bonie --
The butcher boy --
The --
Campbells are comin' --
The captain's lady --
The --
There are few good fellows when Jamie's away --
There's news, lasses, news --
This is no mine ain house --
Three gude fellows ayont the glen --
Thro' the lang moor --
To daunton me --
To the weaver's gin ye go --
Up, and warn a', Willie --
Up in the morning early --
Wae is my heart --
Wantonness for evermair --
Wee Totum Fogg --
We're a noddin' --
Whare wad bonnie Annie lie? --
What shall I do with an auld man? --
Whatwill I do gin my hoggie die? --
When she cam ben she bobbit--Where Helen lies --
Whistle, an I'll come to ye, my lad --
Whistle o'er the lave o't --
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut --
Will ye lend me your loom, Lass? --
Ye Jacobites by name --
Ye'll ay be welcome back again --
Ye Mauchline belles --
Ye'rewelcome, Charlie Stewart.
Other Titles: Notes on Scottish songs by Robert Burns
Annotation of Scottish songs by Burns
Responsibility: by James C. Dick. Together with Annotation of Scottish songs by Burns, by Davidson Cook. Foreword by Henry George Farmer.

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