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Scots Minstrelsie
A National Monument of Scottish Song
Edited and Arranged by John Greig, Mus. Doc. (Oxon.) (1893)


Because these 6 volumes contain both the song and the musical score they will be presented in graphic pages for you to read. This means each volume will be presented in the form of small thumbnail pictures which you click on to read the song. Technical note: Some songs will go onto 2, 3 or 4 pages and each graphic has been set to 800 pixels width for readability.

  • Volume 1
    • Preface
    • Index
    • Editor's Notes
    • Ae fond kiss and then we sever (viii.)
    • A Man’s a Man for a’ that (vii.)
    • Annie Laurie (v.)
    • Are ye sleepin’, Maggie? (v.)
    • At Willie’s Weddin’ on the Green (v.)
    • Auld Rob Morris (vii.)
    • A wee Bird cam’ to our Ha’ Door (ii.)
    • Barbara Allan (vi.)
    • Birks o’ Aberfeldie, The (i.)
    • Bonnie Lassie, will ye go (i.)
    • Bonnie Wood o’ Craigielea (iv.)
    • Braes aboon Bonaw, The (iii.)
    • Braw, braw Lads (v.)
    • Bruce’s Address (i.)
    • Ca’ the Yowes to the Knowes (ii.)
    • Cauld blaws the Wind (i.)
    • Come all ye jolly Shepherds (vi.)
    • Come o’er the Stream, Charlie (iv.)
    • Comin’ thro’ the Rye (vii.)
    • First when Maggie was my care (v.)
    • Flow’rs o’ the Forest, The (old melody) (i.)
    • Flow’rs o’ the Forest, The (modernised melody) (i.)
    • For the Sake o’ Somebody (vii.)
    • From thee, Eliza, I must go (iii.)
    • Gala Water (v.)
    • Gin a Body meet a Body! (vii.)
    • Gloomy Winter’s noo awa’ (iii.)
    • Here awa’, there awa’ (vii.)
    • He’s owre the Hills (iv.)
    • I ha’e laid a Herrin’ in Saut (vi.)
    • I Lo’e na a Laddie but ane (vi.)
    • I’m wearin’ awa’, John (vi.)
    • Is there for honest Poverty (vii.)
    • It was in and about the Mart’mas Time (vi.)
    • I’ve heard them liltin’ (i.)
    • I’ve seen the smiling o’ Fortune (i.)
    • Jennie dang the Weaver (v.)
    • Jock o’ Hazeldean (ii.)
    • John Anderson, my Jo (iv.)
    • Kelvin Grove (ii.)
    • Land o’ the Leal, The (vi.)
    • Lass o’ Gowrie, The (vii.)
    • Let us haste to Kelvin Grove (ii.)
    • Logic o’ Buchan (ii.)
    • Maxwelltown Braes are bonnie (v.)
    • Mirk and rainy is the Nicht (v.)
    • My Heart is sair (vii.)
    • My Hoggie (iv.)
    • My Love is like a red, red Rose (iv.)
    • My Love she’s but a Lassie yet (iii.)
    • O are ye sleepin’, Maggie? (v.)
    • Of a’ the Airts (i.)
    • O gin I were where Gadie rins (viii.)
    • Oh! Rowan Tree (v.)
    • Oh! why left I my Hame (iii.)
    • O Logie o’ Buchan (ii.)
    • O my Love is like a red, red Rose (iv.)
    • Our May had an E’e to a Man (iii.)
    • Rowan Tree, The (v.)
    • Roy’s Wife o’ Aldivalloch (iv.)
    • Saw ye Johnnie comin’? (v.)
    • Scots wha ha’e (i.)
    • She’s Fair and Fause (viii.)
    • Simmer’s a Pleasant Time (iv.)
    • Sodger’s Return, The (vi.)
    • The Bride she cam’ out o’ the Byre (vi.)
    • There’s auld Rob Morris (vii.)
    • Thou bonnie Wood o’ Craigielea (iv.)
    • ‘Twas on a Simmer’s Afternoon (vii.)
    • Up i’ the Mornin’ early (i.)
    • Wae’s me for Prince Charlie (ii.)
    • Wanderin’ Willie (vii.)
    • What will I do gin my Hoggie die (iv.)
    • When the Kye comes Hame (vi.)
    • When wild War’s deadly Blast (vi.)
    • Whistle o’er the Lave o’t (v.)
    • Why weep ye by the Tide, Ladye? (ii.)
    • Will ye gang to Sherramuir? (iv.)
    • Wilt thou go, my bonnie Lassie (iii.)
    • Woo’d an’ Married an’ a’ (vi.)
    • Ye Banks and Braes (iii.)
    • Yellow-hair’d Laddie, The (ii.).
  • Volume II
    • Editor's Notes
    • Index
    • Adieu, Dundee (xv.)
    • A Highland Lad my Love was born (xiv.)
    • And are ye sure the News is true? (xv.)
    • As I cam’ doon by yon Castle Wa’ (xi.)
    • Auld House, The (xi.) .
    • Auld Joe Nicolson’s bonnie Nannie (xiv.)
    • Blythe, blythe, and merry are we (x.)
    • Bonnie, bonnie Bairn, The (xii.)
    • Bonnie Mary Hay (xiii.)
    • Border Widow’s Lament, The (xv.)
    • Braes o’ Gleniffer, The (ix.)
    • By Logan’s Streams (xiv.)
    • By yon Castle Wa’ (xii.)
    • Castles in the Air (xii.)
    • Charlie is my Darling (ix.)
    • Comin’ thro’ the Craigs o’ Kyle (x.)
    • Cope sent a Challenge (xiv.)
    • Cuddle doon (xii.)
    • Duncan Gray (ix.)
    • Ewe-Bughts, The (xiii.)
    • Fair Helen of Kirkconnel (xii.)
    • Hail to the Chief (x.)
    • Her Daddie forbad (xv.)
    • Hey, the Dusty Miller (xi.)
    • Huntingtower (x.)
    • I ance was a Wanter (x.)
    • I dream’d I lay (xv.)
    • I have heard the Mavis singing (ix.)
    • I met four Chaps yon Birks amang (xi.)
    • In Winter when the Rain rain’d cauld (xiii.)
    • In yon lane Glen (xiii.)
    • I wish I were where Helen lies (xii.)
    • Jenny’s Bawbee (xi.)
    • John Grumlie (xi.)
    • Johnnie Cope (xiv.)
    • Jolly Beggar, The (xiii.)
    • Lassie wad ye lo’e me? (xv.)
    • Leezie Lindsay (xv.)
    • Logan Water (xiv.)
    • Lowlands o’ Holland, The (xiv.)
    • Maggie Lauder (xi.)
    • Married Man’s Lament, The (x.)
    • Mary of Argyle (ix.)
    • Muirland Willie (xv.)
    • My am dear Nell (xv.)
    • My Boy Tammy (xi.)
    • My Highland Home (xi.)
    • My Jo, Janet (xiv.)
    • My Love built me a bonnie Bow’r (xv.)
    • My native Highland Home (xi.)
    • My spouse, Nancy (xiv)
    • O bonnie Nelly Brown (xv.)
    • O Bothwell Bank! (xv.) .
    • O Charlie is my Darling (ix.)
    • O gin I were a Baron’s Heir (xv.)
    • O hearken and I will tell you (xv.)
    • O lay thy Loof in mine, Lass (xiv.)
    • O Love will venture in (xi.).
    • O the auld House (xi.) .
    • O wha’s at the Window, wha, wha? (xiii.)
    • O where, tell me where (ix.)
    • Owre the Muir amang the Heather (x.)
    • Robin Adair (xiv.) . .
    • Saw ye my wee Thing? (ix.)
    • Sweet Sir, for your Courtesie (xiv.)
    • Talc’ your auld Cloak about ye (xiii.)
    • The Bonnie Rowan Bush (xiii.)
    • The Daisy is fair (xiv.)
    • The Love that I had chosen (xiv.)
    • There are twa bonnie Maidens (xii.)
    • There’ll never be Peace (xii.)
    • There’s nae Luck about the House (xv.)
    • There was a jolly Beggar (xiii.)
    • There was a Lad was born in Kyle (xiv.)
    • Twa bonnie Maidens (xii.)
    • ‘Twas within a Mile (xi.)
    • Weary Pund o’ Tow, The (ix.)
    • Welcome, Royal Charlie (xii.)
    • Whar’ ha’e ye been a’ Day (xi.)
    • What’s this dull Town to me (xiv.)
    • Wha wadna be in Love (xi.)
    • When France had her Assistance lent (xii.)
    • When ye gang awa, Jamie (x.)
    • Will ye gang to the Highlands (xv.)
    • Will ye go to the Ewe-Bughts (xiii.)
    • Will ye go to the Indies (xiii.)
    • Winter it is past, The (xi.)
    • Within a Mile o’ Edinburgh Toun (xi.)
  • Volume III
    • A Braw Young Lad O’ High Degree (xxi.)
    • And O, my Eppie, my Jewel (xxi.)
    • Auld Man’s Meer’s dead, The (xviii.)
    • Balooloo, Lammie (xviii.) .
    • Bessie Bell and Mary Gray (xx.)
    • Boatman, The (xxv.)
    • Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomon’, The (xxv.)
    • Bonnie Briest-Knots, The (xx.)
    • Bonnie Prince Charlie (xxv.)
    • Bonnie ran the Burnie doun (xvii.)
    • Braes o’ Balquither, The (xvii.)
    • Brose and Butter (xxiv.) .
    • By yon Bonnie Banks (xxv.)
    • Campbells are comin’, The (xxiii.)
    • Cam’ ye by Athol? (xxv.)
    • Cauldrife Wooer, The (xxi.)
    • Charlie, ye are Welcome (xxi.)
    • Come boat me owre (xxi.)
    • Covenanter’s Lament, The (xxii.)
    • Cradle Song (xviii.)
    • Donald Caird’s come again (xix.)
    • Eppie Adair (xxi.)
    • Farewell to Ayrshire (xxii.)
    • Fhir a Bhata (xxv.)
    • Gallant Weaver, The (xxi.)
    • Gin Living Worth could win my Heart (xx.)
    • Green grow the Rashes, O (xxv.)
    • Heather Jock (xix.)
    • Hech! hey! the Mirth it was there (xvii.)
    • He’s a Terrible Man, John Tod (xxv.)
    • Hey Donald! how Donald! (xxiv.)
    • Hey the Bonnie, how the Bonnie (xx.)
    • How Lang an’ Dreary is the Nicht (xviii.)
    • I am a Young Man (xviii.)
    • I climb the Mountains (xxv.)
    • I wish I ken’d my Maggie’s Mind (xxiii.)
    • Jessie, the Flow’r o’ Dumblane (xxii.)
    • John Tod (xxv.)
    • Kail Brose o’ Auld Scotland, The (xxiv.)
    • Kiss ahint the Door, The (xxii.)
    • Kitty Reid’s House (xvii.)
    • Land o’ Cakes, The (xxiii.)
    • Let us go, Lassie, go (xvii.)
    • Lord Gregory (xix.)
    • Maid of Islay, The (xviii.)
    • March of the Cameron Men, The (xxiii.)
    • My am Kind Deane, 0! (xxv.)
    • My Heart is a breakin’, Dear Tittie! (xx.)
    • My Luve’s in Germanie (xx.)
    • O Bessie Bell and Mary Gray (xx.)
    • O gi’e my Love Brose, Brose (xxiv.)
    • O Mally’s Meek, Mally’s Sweet (xvii.).
    • O Meikle Bliss is in a Kiss (xxii.)
    • O Mirk, Mirk is the Midnight Hour (xix.)
    • O this is no my am Lassie (xvii.).
    • O! wert thou in the Cauld Blast (xxv.)
    • O Willie was a Wanton Wag (xix.)
    • Owre the Water to Charlie (xxi.)
    • Pentland Hills, The (xxii.)
    • Pleughman, The (xxiv.)
    • Put off, put off, and row with Speed (xxi.)
    • Queen Mary’s Escape (xxi.)
    • Rising o’er the Heaving Billow (xviii.)
    • Rose of Allandale, The (xxii.)
    • Row wed, my Boatie, row weel (xxiii.)
    • Scenes of Woe and Scenes of Pleasure (xxii.)
    • Sun rises Bright in France, The (xxi.)
    • Tam Glen (xx.)
    • Tammy (xxiii.)
    • The Morn was Fair (xxii.) .
    • There cam’ a Young Man (xxi.)
    • There’s High and Low (xxiv.)
    • There’s Many a Man (xxii.)
    • There’s nae Cov’nant noo, Lassie (xxii.)
    • There’s nought but Care on ev’ry Han’ (xxv.)
    • There was a Lass and she was Fair (xix.)
    • The Sun has gane doun (xxii.)
    • Tho’ Simmer smiles on Bank and Brae (xxiv.)
    • Waefu’ Heart, The (xx.)
    • Wee Bit Blink o’ Sunshine, A (xviii.)
    • What do ye think o’ me noo? (xviii.)
    • What’s a’ the Steer, Kimmer? (xvii.)
    • Wha wadna fecht for Charlie? (xxiii.)
    • When owre the Hill the Eastern Star (xxv.)
    • Where Cart rins rowin’ to the Sea (xxi.)
    • Women are a’ gane wud, The (xxiii.)
  • Volume IV
    • Editor's Notes
    • Index
    • A Friend o’ mine cam’ here yestreen (xi.)
    • Alastair MacAlastair (vii.)
    • Alas! that I cam’ o’er the Muir (i.)
    • A Love-Note a’ to yersel’ (xi.)
    • An’ O, for ane-an’-twenty, Tam! (iii.)
    • Argyle is my Name (viii.)
    • Awa’, Whigs, awa’! (x.)
    • Banks of Allan Water, The (x.)
    • Bannocks o’ Bear Meal (x.)
    • Behave yoursel’ before Folk (with Answer) (iv.)
    • Behind yon Hills where Lugar flows (ix.)
    • Bonnie Brier-Bush, The (i.)
    • Bonnie Dundee (vii.)
    • Bonnie Laddie, Highland Laddie (ix.)
    • Brume o’ the Cowdenknowes, The (ix.)
    • Can I behave, can I behave? (iv.)
    • Cauld Kail in Aberdeen (ii.)
    • Confide ye aye in Providence (i.)
    • Craigie-Burn Wood (vi.)
    • Deil’s awa’ wi’ th’ Exciseman, The (iii.)
    • Doun the Burn, Davie, Love (xi.)
    • Ewie wi’ the crookit Horn, The (iii.)
    • Farewell to Lochaber (xi.)
    • Gae bring to me a Pint o’ Wine (x.)
    • Get up an’ bar the Door, O! (iii.)
    • Guidman’s Love-Letter, The (xi.)
    • Hame, Hame, Hame (vii.)
    • Highland Mary (viii.)
    • How blythe was I ilk Morn to see (ix.)
    • Hundred Pipers, The (vii.)
    • I gaed a waefu’ Gate yestreen (vi.)
    • Ilka Blade o’ Grass (i.)
    • I’m a Scot! (viii.)
    • I may sit in my wee croo House (xi.)
    • I’m owre young to marry yet (vii.)
    • It fell about the Mart’mas Time (iii.)
    • Joy of my Heart (x.)
    • Lass o’ Patie’s Mill, The (v.)
    • Lewie Gordon (v.)
    • Lochaber no more (xi.)
    • Lord Nithsdale (ii.)
    • Lord Randal, my Son (xi.)
    • Mary Morison (v.)
    • Mary’s Dream (ix.)
    • My am Fireside (x.)
    • My bonnie Mary (x.)
    • My Mither men’t my auld Breeks (iv.)
    • My Mither’s aye glow’rin’ owre me (vi.)
    • My Nannie, O! (ix.)
    • My Nannie’s awa’ (x.) .
    • My Tocher’s the Jewel (xi.)
    • My Wife’s a winsome wee Thing (iii.)
    • Neil Gow’s Fareweel to Whisky (v.)
    • Now in her green Mantle (x.)
    • O dinna think, bonnie Lassie (iii.)
    • Oh, Alastair MacAlastair (vii.)
    • O I ha’e seen great anes (x.)
    • O Lassie, art thou sleepin’ yet? (vi.)
    • O let me in this ae Nicht (with Answer) (vi.)
    • O Mary, at thy Window be (v.)
    • O meikle thinks my Love (xi.)
    • On a Bank o’ Flowers (i.)
    • On the Banks of Allan Water (x.)
    • O send Lewie Gordon hame (v.)
    • O speed, Lord Nithsdale (ii.)
    • O tell me na o’ Wind and Rain (vi.)
    • O wha is she that lo’es me (v.)
    • O where ha’e ye been, Lord Randal? (xi.)
    • O Willie’s gane to Melville Castle (ii.)
    • Red, red is the Path to Glory! (x.)
    • Roslin Castle (viii.)
    • Sweet fa’s the Eve on Craigie-Burn (vi.)
    • The Deil cam’ fiddlin’ thro’ the Toun (iii.)
    • The Moon had climb’d the highest Hill (ix.)
    • There growsa bonnie Brier-Bush (i.)
    • There’s cauld Kail in Aberdeen (ii.)
    • Thou art gane awa’ (vii.)
    • To the Lords of Convention (vii.)
    • Thy Cheek is o’ the Rose’s Hue (vi.)
    • ‘Twas in that Season of the Year (viii.)
    • Wee, wee German Lairdie, The (viii.)
    • We ha’e a Dog that wags his Tail (iv.)
    • Were I but able to rehearse (iii.)
    • What ails this Heart o’ mine? (xi.)
    • Whathe Deil ha’e we gotten for a King? (viii.)
    • When the King comes o’er the Water (xi.)
    • When Trees did bud (xi.)
    • Where ha’e ye been a’ the Day? (ix.)
    • Wi’ a hundred Pipers (vii.)
    • Willie’s gane to Melville Castle (ii.)
    • Ye Banks and Braes, and Streams around (viii.)
    • Ye’ve surely heard o’ famous Neil (v.)
  • Volume V
    • Editor's Notes
    • Index
    • Afton Water (xix.)
    • A guid New Year to ane an’ a’! (xvii.)
    • And we’re a’ noddin’ (xv.)
    • And ye shall walk in silk Attire (xx.)
    • A Rose-bud by my early Walk (xvi.)
    • At Polwart on the Green (xiv.)
    • Auld Robin the Laird (xxiv.)
    • Away, ye gay Landscapes (xvi.)
    • Blithe was the Time (xiv.)
    • Blude-red Rose, The (xxiii.)
    • Bonnie Bessie Lee (xxi.)
    • Bonnie House o’ Airly, The (xxiii.)
    • Bonnie Jean (xxi.)
    • Bonnie Jeanie Gray (xxii.)
    • Bonnie wee Thing (xiii.)
    • Braes o’ Yarrow, The (xviii.)
    • Buskye, busk ye, my bonnie, bonnie Bride (xviii.)
    • Cauld, cauld Whiter’s gane, The (xxiv.)
    • Come under my Plaidie (xiv.)
    • Corn Rigs (xix.)
    • Fareweel, fareweel, my native Hame (xvii.)
    • Far over yon Hills (xiv.)
    • Flora Macdonald’s Lament (xiv.)
    • Flow gently, sweet Afton (xix.)
    • Gae bring my guid auld Harp (xv.)
    • Garb of old Gaul, The (xvii.)
    • Good Night, and Joy be wi’ ye a’ (xvii.)
    • Green Purse, The (xxiv.)
    • Here’s a Health to ane I lo’e dear (xiv.)
    • Here’s a Health to them that’s awa’ (xxiii.)
    • Hurrah, for the Bonnets o’ Blue (xxiii.)
    • I ha’e a green Purse (xxiv.)
    • In a wee cot House (xvi.)
    • In the Garb of old Gaul (xvii.)
    • It fell on a Day (xxiii.)
    • It was upon a Lammas Night (xix.)
    • Jessie (xiv.)
    • Johnnie’s grey Breeks (xxiv.)
    • Kate Dalrymple (xvi.)
    • Keen blawsthe Wind owre Donocht Head(xiii.)
    • Kenmure’s on and awa’, Willie! (xix.)
    • Laird o' Cockpen, The (xviii.)
    • Lass o’ Ballochmyle, The (xxi.)
    • Lassie wi’ the lint-white Locks (xiii.)
    • Last May a braw Wooer (xviii.)
    • Lawland Lads think they are fine, The (xxii.)
    • Lily of the Vale is sweet, The (xxi.)
    • Lochnagar (xvi.)
    • Meet me on the gowan Lea (xv.)
    • Menie (xxiv.)
    • My dear Highland Laddie, O (xiv.)
    • My handsome Highland Laddie (xxiii.)
    • My Heart’s in the Highlands (xviii.)
    • My Mither flytes, my Faither frowns (xxiii.)
    • My Peggy’s Face (xiii.) .
    • My Wife has ta’en the Gee (xxv.)
    • O auld Guidman, ye’re a drucken Carle (xxiv.)
    • Oh, whaur was ye sae late yestreen? (xxii.)
    • O Kenmure’s on and awa’ (xix.)
    • O Nanny! wilt thou gang wi’ me? (xxiii.)
    • On Cessnock Banks (xxv.)
    • On Ettrick Banks (xv.)
    • O waly, waly up the Bank (xv.)
    • O were I on Parnassus Hill (xx.)
    • O whistle, and I’ll come to you (xxiii.)
    • Polwart on the Green (xiv.)
    • Romantic Esk! (xxi.)
    • Rose-bud by my early Walk, A (xvi.)
    • Scot and yet (xv.)
    • Scottish Emigrant’s Fareweel, The (xvii.)
    • See Spring her Graces wild disclose (xxi.)
    • Shepherd’s Plaidie, The (xxii.)
    • Siller Crown, The (xx.)
    • Sly Widow Skinner (xix.)
    • The blude-red Rose at Yule may blaw (xxiii.)
    • The cauld, cauld Winter’s gane (xxv.)
    • The Laird o’ Cockpen (xviii.)
    • The Lawland Lads think they are fine (xxii.)
    • The Lily of the Vale is sweet (xxi.)
    • The News frae Moidart cam’ yestreen (xx.)
    • Thou ling’ring Star (xiii.)
    • Tibbie Munro’s Waddin’ (xxi.)
    • To daunton me (xxiii.)
    • To Mary in Heaven (xiii.)
    • Tweedside (xvi.)
    • We’ll meet beside the dusky Glen (xv.)
    • We’re a’ noddin’ (xv.)
    • Wha’ll be King but Charlie? (xx.)
    • What Beauties does Flora disclose! (xvi.)
    • When I was in my se’enteenth Year (xxiv.)
    • Where are the Joys? (xviii.)
    • Young Peggy blooms our bonniest Lass (xx.)
  • Volume VI
    • Editor's Notes
    • Index
    • Annie’s ‘tryst (xxx.)
    • As I cam’ doun the Cano’gate (xxix.)
    • Auld Robin Gray (xxxii.)
    • AULD LANG SYNE (xxxvi.)
    • Aunty’s Sangs (xxviii.)
    • Birks o’ Invermay, The (xxxiii.)
    • Blue Bonnets over the Border (xxvii.).
    • Boatie rows, The (xxxv.)
    • Bonnie Charlie’s now awa’ (xxix.)
    • Bonnie wee Window, The (xxviii.)
    • Bonnie Wells o’ Wearie, The (xxxi.)
    • Caller Herrin’ (xxxiii.)
    • Captain Paton no mo’e (xxxiii.)
    • Clean Pease Strae (xxxii.)
    • Come, gie’s a Sang, Montgom’ry cried (xxxiv.)
    • Come let us climb auld Arthur Seat (xxxi.)
    • Come, sit thee down (xxix.)
    • Dance, The (xxx.)
    • Farewell to Fiunary (xxxv.)
    • Gloomy Night is gath’ring fast, The (xxxv.)
    • He’s a Cronie o’ mine (xxx;.)
    • Ho-ro! my nut-brown Maiden (xxxii.)
    • I’ll aye ca’ in by yon Toun (xxx.)
    • I mind me fu’ wee! (xxviii.)
    • Kind Robin lo’es me (xxxv.)
    • Let the proud Indian boast (xxxii.)
    • Loudon’s bonnie Woods and Braes (xxvii.)
    • Lucy’s Flittin’ (xxxiv.)
    • Macgregors’ Gathering, The (xxx.)
    • Maid that tends the Goats, The (xxvii.)
    • March! march ! Ettrick and Teviotdale (xxvii.)
    • Mary Macneil (xxvii.)
    • M—hm (xxviii.)
    • My Collier Laddie (xxxi.)
    • My heather Hills (xxvii.)
    • My Highland Lassie, O (xxix.)
    • Nae gentle Dames (xxix.)
    • Now ken ye the Gift (xxviii.)
    • O gladsome is the Sea (xxvii.)
    • O Poortith cauld (xxxii.)
    • O, Robin is my only Jo (xxxv.)
    • O this is no my Plaid (xxix.)
    • O true Love is a bonnie Flow’r (xxviii.)
    • Over the Sea (xxxv.)
    • O wat ye wha’s in yon Toun? (xxx.)
    • O weel may the Boatie row (xxxv.)
    • O Willie brew’d a Peck o’ Maut (xxxiii.)
    • Pibroch o’ Donuil Dhu (xxxiv.)
    • Piper o’ Dundee, The (xxviii.)
    • Rover o’ Loch Ryan, The (xxvii.)
    • Sae will we yet (xxxiii.)
    • Scottish Blue-Bells, The (xxxii.)
    • Should auld Acquaintance be forgot (xxxvi.)
    • Sit ye doun here, my Cronies (xxxiii.).
    • Skye Boat-Song (xxxii.)
    • Sound the Pibroch loud on high (xxxi.)
    • Standard on the Braes o’ Mar, The (xxxii.)
    • The e’enin’ Sun was glintin’ bricht (xxxiii.)
    • The gloomy Night is gath’ring fast (xxxv.)
    • The last Gleam o’ Sunset (xxvii.)
    • The Moon’s on the Lake (xxx.)
    • The Piper cam’ to our Toun (xxviii.)
    • There was a young Lass (xxviii.)
    • The Rover o’ Loch Ryan (xxvii.)
    • The Standard on the Braes o’ Mar (xxxii.)
    • The Stars are shiningb cheerily (xxxi.)
    • The Trees are a’ stript (xxxiii.)
    • ‘F he Wind is fair, the Day is fine (xxxv.)
    • Tibbie Fowler (xxxv.)
    • Touch once more a sober Measure (xxxiii.)
    • Tribute of Gask (1364), The (xxviii.)
    • Tullochgorum (xxxiv.)
    • Turn ye to me (xxxi.)
    • ‘Twas when the wan Leaf (xxxiv.)
    • Up amang yon cliffy Rocks (xxvii.)
    • Walt him, ye Winds (xxxii.)
    • Weary Toil has set us free (xxx.)
    • Wee Drappie o’t, A (xxxiii.)
    • Wee! may the Keel row (xxix.)
    • Wha’ll buy caller Herrin’? (xxxiii.)
    • When John and me were married (xxxii.)
    • When the Sheep are in the Fauld (xxxii.)
    • Where live ye, my bonnie Lass? (xxxi.)
    • Willie brew’d a Peck o’ Maut (xxxiii.)
    • Will ye no come back again? (xxix.)
    • Wilt thou be my Deane? (xxxiv.)
    • Ye’!! mount your bit Naigie (xxxi.)
    • Ye’ve heard hoo the Deil (xxviii.)
    • "Your Hand is cauld as Snaw" (xxx.)
    • Glossary
    • Index

 


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