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Index:The Scots Musical Museum, Volume I.pdf

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The Scots Musical Museum, Volume I.pdf

Index of Authors' names in Vol. first.
so far as can be ascertained.


AN thou wert my ain thing
Page 2
 
Ah sure a pair was never seen
 
Auld lang syne
Ramsay
Allan water
Mr. Crawford, a gentleman of the family of Auchnames
As down on Banna's banks I stray'd Mr. Poe Irish Air 47


B

Bess the gawkie
 
Banks of the Tweed
 
Beds of sweet roses
 
Bony Scotman
Ramsay
Rlythe Jocky
 
Blythe Jockey young and gay
 
Bony Bessy
Ramsay
Blathrie o't
 
Blink o'er the burn, sweet Betty
Mitchel
Bony Jean
Ramsay
Blythsome bridal
 
Bony Christy
Ramsay
Busk ye busk ye
Ramsay
Bony brucket lassie
 
Broom of Cowdenknows
 
Birks of Invermay
The 2 first stanzas by Mallet, the 2 last by Dr. Bryce of Kirknewton
Banks of Forth
 
Bony grey-ey'd morn
Ramsay
Bush aboon Traquair
Mr. Crawford
Braes of Ballenden
Blacklock, the Music by Oswald
Bide ye yet
 
Bony Dundee
 


C

Come let's hae mair wine in
Ramsay
Collier's bony lassie
Ramsay
Corn riggs
Ramsay


D

Dear Roger if your Jenny geck
Ramsay
Down the burn Davie
Mr. Crawford


E

Etrick banks
 


F

From Roslin Castle's echoing walls
 
Flowers of Edinburgh
 
Fy gar rub her o'er wi' strae
Ramsay
Fairest of the fair
Dr. Piercy
Flowers of the forest
Miss Home


G

Gilderoy
Sir Alexr. Halket
Green grow the rashes
Mr. Burns
Go to the ewe bughts Marion
 


H

Highland Queen
Poetry and music both by a Mr. Mc. Vicar, once of the Solbay man of war
Highland King
ib.
 
Happy Marriage
 
Highland laddie
Ramsay
He stole my tender heart away
English Air
Had I a heart for falshood fram'd
Sheridan
Here awa there awa
 
Her absence will not alter me
 


I

Jamie Gay
 
Johny's gray breeks
 
Jenny's heart was frank and free
ib.
 
I wish my love were in a mire
Translated from Sappho by Philips
Jenny Nettles
 
Jocky said to Jenny
 
John Hay's bony lassie
Ramsay
I'll never leave thee
Mr. Crawford
Johny and Mary
 


K

Kate of Aberdeen
Cunningham


L

Lord Gregory
 
Lass of Livingston
Ramsay
Last time I came o'er the moor
Ramsay
Lass of Patie's mill
Ramsay
Lawland maids
Ramsay
Leander on the bay
 
Lucky Nancy
 
Logan water
Thomson
Loch Eroch side
 
Lewis Gordon
 
Low down in the broom
 
Lochaber
Ramsay


M

My dear Jockie
 
Mary's Dream
Mr. Alexr. Lowe, a young Galloway gentleman.
My ain kind dearie O
 
Mary Scot
Ramsay
My Dearie if thou die
Mr. Crawford
My Nanny O
Ramsay
My apron dearie
Sir Gilbt. Elliot
Muckin o' Geordie's byre
 


N

Nansy's to the greenwood gane
 


O

O lovely maid how dear's thy power
 
O'er the moor to Maggy
Ramsay
O'er the hills and far away
 
Oscar's Ghost
Miss Ann Kieth, The music by Mrs. Touch
O faw ye my father
 
Oh ono chrio Composed on the massacre of Glencoe 90


P

Peggy I must love thee
Ramsay
Pinky house
 


R

Rostin Castle
Mr. Richd. Hewis, the music by Oswald


S

Saw ye Johny comin quo she
 
Saw ye na my Peggy
 
Sae merry as we twa hae been
 
She rose and loot mesio
 
Sweet Annie frae the fea beach came
 


T

Turnimspike man
 
To fly like bird from grove to grove
 
Twine weel the plaiden
 
Tweed Side
Mr. Crawford
The maid that tends the goats
Mr. Dudgeon
There's nae luck about the house
 
Tarry woo
 
The maid in bedlam
George Syron, a Negro in bedlam
There's my thumb I'll ne'er beguile you
 


W

Woo'd and married and a'
 
Water parted from the sea
English Air
Within a mile of Edinr. town
 
When absent from the nymph I love
 
When summer comes the swains on Tweed
Mr. Crawford
Wauking of the fauld
Ramsay


Y

Young Peggy blooms our bonniest lass
 




Entered in Stationer's Hall.