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Volksliedbearbeitungen, Nr. 1-100, Schottische Lieder / Joseph Haydn ; herausgegeben von Karl Geiringer.

Composer:
Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809 [Browse]
Uniform title:
Format:
Musical score
Language:
  • Scots
  • English
Published/​Created:
München-Duisburg : G. Henle, 1961.
Description:
1 score (105 pages) : illustrations ; 33 cm.
Series:
  • Haydn, Joseph, 1732-1809. Works. 1958 ; Reihe 32, Bd. 1. [More in this series]
  • Werke / Joseph Haydn ; Reihe 32, Bd. 1
Notes:
  • For voice, violin and continuo.
  • Figured bass unrealized.
  • Includes index by title and first line.
Language(s):
Scots English or English words.
Contents:
[H. XXXIa, No. 1-No. 100]. Mary's dream -- John Anderson -- I love my love in secret -- Willie was a wanton wag -- Saw ye my father -- Todlen hame -- Fy gar rub her oer wi' strae -- Green grow the rashes -- The waefu' heart -- The ploughman -- Barbara Allen -- Had awa frae me, Donald -- Will ye go to Flanders -- This is no mine ain house -- Braw lads of Galla water -- O'er bogie -- I had a horse -- My boy Tammy -- By the stream so cool and clear -- Fy, let us a' to the bridal -- The shepherd Adonis -- The white cockade -- The lass of Livingston -- John of Badenyon -- The bonniest lass in a' the world -- Duncan Davison -- Leader haughs and yarrow -- Up in the morning early -- Fife and a' the lands about it -- I'm o'er young to marry yet -- My ain kind deary -- Dainty Davie -- Pentland Hills -- Duncan Gray -- Maggy Lauder -- How can I be sad on my wedding day -- Nanny o -- Woo'd and married and a' -- Blue bonnets -- The wawking of the fauld -- John, come kiss me now -- Mount your baggage -- Ye gods! was Strephon's picture blest -- Sleepy bodie -- The gard'ner wi' his paidle -- The brisk young lad -- Cumbernauld house -- O can you sew cushions -- Here's a health to my true love -- Merry may the maid be -- The mucking of Geordie's byer -- Tibby Fowler -- Love will find out the way -- Be kind to the young thing -- Cauld kail in Aberdeen -- Saw ye nae my Peggy? -- The banks of Spey -- The birks of Abergeldie -- The bonny brucket lassie -- The soger laddie -- O, let me in this ae night -- When she came ben she bobbit -- Hallow ev'n -- Jockey was the blythest lad -- Marg'ret's ghost -- The black eagle -- How long and dreary is the night -- Blink o'er the burn, sweet Betty -- Wat ye wha I met yestreen? -- My mither's ay glowran o'er me -- Young Damon -- Robin, quo' she -- Logie of Buchan -- Eppie Adair -- Widow, are ye waking? -- Whistle o'er the lave o't -- My heart's in the Highlands -- Steer her up, and had her gawin -- Jamie, come try me -- The miller's daughter -- Raving winds -- Willy's rare -- Lizae Baillie -- The maid's complaint -- Oh Onochrie -- Maggie's tocher -- I dream'd I lay -- The glancing of her apron -- O bonny lass -- The flowers of Edinburgh -- Jockie and Sandy -- The mill, mill o! -- Shepherds, I have lost my love -- Bonny Kate of Edinburgh -- If e'er ye do well it's a wonder -- Peggy in devotion -- Colonel Gardner -- To daunton me -- Jenny was fair -- Her absence will not alter me.
Subject(s):
Other title(s):
Schottische Lieder
OCLC:
9729142
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