Scottish Songs Music Book
Scottish Songs is a collection of more than 80 traditional compositions arranged for voice and piano.
By Waverley Books (soft cover)
Contents: Ae fond Kiss; Annie Laurie; As I Gaed Doon Glenmoriston; Auld Lang Syne; Aye Waukin' O!; The Barnyards o' Delgaty; The Blue Bell of Scotland; Blue Bonnets Over the Border; The Boatman; Bonnie Dundee; The Bonnie Earl of Moray; Bonnie Strathyre; Bonnie Wee Thing; Brown-haired Maiden; The Bush Aboon Traquair; Ca' the Yowes to the Knowes; Caller Herrin'; The Campbells are Comin'; Charlie Is My Darling; Colin's Cattle; Come O'er the Stream, Charlie; Comin' Thro' the Rye; Corn Rigs; Down the Burn Davie; Drowned; An Eriskay Love Lilt; Fair Helen of Kirkconnell; Fair Young Mary; Farewell to Fiunary; The Flowers o' the Forest; The Flower of Scotland; Flow Gently, Sweet Afton; The Four Maries; Glenlogie; Green Grow the Rashes, O!'; Health and Joy Be With You; A Hieland Lad; Ho-ro, My Nut-Brown Maiden; How Can Ye Gang, Lassie?; I Lo'e Na A Laddie But Ane; A Jacobite Lament; Jock o' Hazeldean; Joy of My Heart; Lament for Maclean of Ardgour; Leezie Lindsay; A Lewis Bridal Song; Linten Lowrin; Loch Lomond; A Lyke Wake Dirge; Macpherson's Rant; Mary of Argyle; My Ain Kind Dearie; My Dark-haired Maid; My Faithful Fond One; My Love's in Germanie; My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose; My Love, She's But a Lassie Yet; O Can Ye Sew Cushions?; O Gin I Were Where Gowdie Rins; O May, Thy Morn Was Ne'er Sae Sweet; O'er the Moor; The Piper o' Dundee; The Praise of Islay; Proud Maisie; Rest My Ain Bairnie; Rise and Follow Charlie; The Rowan Tree; Scotland the Brave; The Skye Boat Song; Sugar Candy; This is No My Plaid; Turn Ye to Me; The Twa Corbies; The Uist Tramping Song; Wae's Me for Prince Charlie; Weaving Song; The Wee Cooper o' Fife; We Will Take the Good Old Way; When the Kye Come Hame; Willie's Gane to Melville Castle; Wi' a Hundred Pipers; Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon