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The Bonny Broom
And Other Scottish Ballads


This CD features beautiful, simple, and intimate Scottish
melodies of the 18th century.

Though the ballads on this recording are primarily concerned with eros,
many use rich imagery to convey the fundamental connection
the people had to the land and to nature in general.

Recorded September 17 & 18, 1999
St. Stephens Episcopal School Austin, TX

The Bonny Broom




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On this CD:

1. The Broom of Cowdenknows (OC I/X) Listen
2. Lochaber (OC II/XX) Listen
3. The Banks of the Devon (SMM 157; Robert Burns)

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4. Tullochgorum (SMM 289) / The Collier's Bonny Lassie (OC I/XLIV) Listen
5. The Birks of Invermay (SMM 72)  
6. On Hearing a Young Lady Sing (SMM 441)  
7. Oran Gaoil (SMM 273)  
8. The Braes o' Ballochmyle (SMM 276; Robert Burns)  
9. Flowers of Edinburgh (SMM 13)  
10. Etrick Banks (OC II/XLV)  
11. Wae is My Heart (SMM 476)  
12. O, as I was Kist Yestre'en (SMM 319)  
13. Now Westlin Winds (SMM 351; Robert Burns)  
14. The Winter of Life (SMM 486; Robert Burns)  
15. Auld lang Syne (OC I/XXX)

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16. Tune Your Fiddles (SMM 201; Skinner; tune: Marquis of Huntly's Reel)  
17. Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation (SMM 378)  
18. The Broom of Cowdenknows (OC I/X, Modern Arrangement  

Source Materials:
OCOrpheus Caledonius: or, a Collection of Scots Songs Set to Musick, 2nd Edition, Vol. I & II, London, 1733.
SMMThe Scots Musical Museum , Vol. I – VI, Edinburgh, 1787-1803.
The Compleat Tutor for the Flute, London, c.1750


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