The songs of Scotland, Vol. 1 : a collection of one hundred and ninety songs

Accession Number RC10925
Collection number Sheet Music Collection 440
Collection type Published Collection
Measurement Overall: 26 cm x 18 cm
Object type Sheet Music
Maker Various
Place made United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London
Date made c 1900
Description

Album of sheet music titled 'The songs of Scotland, Volume 1: a collection of one hundred and ninety songs', edited by Josiah Pittman and Colin Brown. The lyrics have been edited by Charles Mackay, together with the addition of notes. The album was published about 1877 by Boosey & Co, London, and contains music for voice and piano. The titles included in this album are:
- Bonnie Dundee
- Jessie, the flower o' Dumblane
- Annie Laurie
- Huntingtower: or, When ye gang awa, Jamie
- Here awa', there awa
- Jock o' Hazeldean
- The land o' the Leal
- Within a mile of Edinburgh town
- There's nae luck about the house
- Logie o' Buchan
- Get up and bar the door
- The Campbell's are comin'
- Blue bonnets over the border
- Caller herrin'
- Ae fond kiss, and then we sever
- My love she's but a lassie yet
- O Nannie wilt thou gang wi me?
- O whistle and I'll come to you, my lad
- Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled
- The blue bells of Scotland
- Roy's wife of Aldivalloch
- The waefu' heart
- A highland lad my love was born
- The lass o' Gowrie
- Wae's me for Prince Charlie
- Auld Robin Gray
- The boatie rows
- Twa bonnie maidens
- Green grow the rashes, O.
- My love is like a red, red rose
- A man's a man for a' that
- Duncan Gray
- Roslin Castle
- Pibroch of Donuil Dhu
- Braw, braw lads
- O waly waly up the bank
- O saw ye bonnie Lesley?
- Auld Rob Morris
- Farewell to Lochaber
- Charlie is my darling
- Mary Morison
- In the garb of old Gaul
- The deils awa wi' the exciseman
- Lord Gregory
- The Ewe-bughts
- The birks of Aberfeldy
- And ye shall walk in silk attire
- Saw ye Johnnie comin'?
- Thou hast left me ever, Jamie
- My heart is sair for somebody
- What's a' the steer, kimmer?
- John Anderson, my jo
- O love will venture in
- Good night and joy be wi' ye a'
- My heart's in the Highlands
- There'll never be peace until Jamie comes hame
- The year that's awa'
- My ain fireside
- Tak' your auld cloak about ye
- The braes of Balquhidder
- Highland Mary
- O' a' the airts the win' can blaw
- Maggie Lauder
- O puirtith cauld
- I hae laid a herrin in saut
- Turn again, thou fair Eliza
- The yellow-hair'd laddie
- Logan Water
- Robyn Adair
- My wife's a winsome wee thing
- Last may a braw wooer
- There was a lad born in Kyle
- Whistle o'er the lave o't
- The flowers o' the forest
- Gloomy winter's now awa'
- My Nannie O
- O saw ye my wee thing?
- Bide ye yet
- She's fair and fause
- The deuks dang ow're my daddie
- My tocher's the jewel
- Craigie-burn wood
- The maid of Islay
- Auld lang syne
- When the King comes owre the water
- Hey, Johnnie Cope
- Allister Macallister
- The winter it is past
- The braes of Yarrow: or, busk ye busk ye my bonnie, bonnie wife
- Cauld kail in Aberdeen
- I'm owre young to marry yet
- The lass of Patie's mill
- Smile again, my bonnie lass
- The soldier's return
- Bonnie wee thing
- O true love is a bonnie flower
- Lassie wi' the lint-white locks
- The ewie wi' the crooked horn
- O'er the muir amang the heather
- The bush aboon Traquain
- Come under my plaidie
- Gin a body meet a body
- The wee, wee German Lairdie
- Oh wert thou in the cauld blast
- Tam Glen
- I lo'e na a laddie but ane
- The bonnie house o' Airlie
- Woo'd and married and a'
- The weary pund o'tow
- Kind Robin lo'es me
- The broom o' the Cowden knowes
- Lewie Gordon
- Afton Water
- Where are the joys?
- My boy Tammie
- O dinna think, bonnie Lassie
- Ye banks and braes o'bonny Doon
- The birks of Invermay
- John of Badenyon
- Gilderoy
- Polly Stewart
- Ca' the ewes to the knowes
- Awa' Whigs awa'
- Leezie Lindsay
- O, this is no my ain lassie
- The lea-rig
- Muirland Willie
- He's owre the hills
- Up in the morning early
- Oh, open the door
- O, wae's me for Prince Charlie
- Wilt thou be my dearie?
- Kelvin Grove
- Laird o' Cockpen
- The lowlands o' Holland
- The lament of Flora MacDonald
- Mary's dream
- My only joe and dearie
- Wha wadna fecht for Charlie?
- The bonnie brier-bush (original)
- The bonnie brier-bush
- The lily of the vale is sweet
- Lord Ronald
- My love's in Germanie
- Welcome, Royal Charlie
- Cam' ye by Athol
- Bonnie Jean
- Farewell, thou fair day
- Blythe, blythe and merry was she
- We're a noddin'
- I gaed a waefu' gate yestereen
- Gae bring to me a print o' wine
- Oh bush thee, my baby
- London's bonnie woods and braes
- Weel may the keel row
- Merry may the keel row
- My wife has ta'en the gee
- Wha'll be King but Charlie?
- My mither's aye glow'ri'n owre me
- Jenny's bawbee
- Dainty Davie
- My Nannie's awa'
- Ane oh! for ane-and-twenty, Tam
- O, speed, Lord Nithsdale
- Come o'er the stream, Charlie
- Here's a health to ane I lo'e dear
- For lack of gold
- When the kye come hame
- The maid of Glenconnel
- Auld Joe Nicholson's bonnie Nannie
- Bonnie laddie, Highland laddie
- Aye wakin', O!
- The highland watch
- O. Willie brew'd a peck o' maut
- O, wha is she that lo'es me?
- What ails this heart o' mine?
- Tullochgorum
- The blude red rose at Yule may blaw
- A rose-bud by my early walk
- Corn rigs are bonnie
- Corn rigs are bonnie
- John Gramlie
- The braes aboon Bonaw
- Barbara Allan
- My ain kind Dearie, O
- My ain kind Dearie, O
- The last time I came o'er the muir
- My jo Janet
- The piper of Dundee