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, - Charlie he`s my darling
, - Comin Thro` the Rye (Air: MIller`s Wedding)
, - Craigieburn Wood
, - John Anderson my jo
, - Last May, a braw wooer (Air: The Lothian Lassie)
, - My love is like a red, red rose (Air: Low down in the Broom)
, - My love was born in Aberdeen (Air: The White Cockade)
, - My Tocher`s the Jewel (Air: The Mucking of Geordic`s Byre)
, - Now Nature hangs her mantle green (Air: Mary Queen of Scots` Lament)
, - O let me in this ae night (Air: Will you lend me your loom, lass)
, - She`s Fair and Fause (Air: The Lads of Leith)
, - Should auld acquaintance be forgot (Air: Auld Lang Syne)
, - Simmer`s a pleasant time (Air: Ay Waukin` O)
, - The gloomy night is gath`ring fast (Air: Roslin Castle)
, - What can a young lassie (Air: What shall I do with an auld man)
, - When o`er the hill the e`ening star (Air: The Lea-Rig/My ain kind dearie, O)
, - Ye banks and braes (Air: Caledonian Junt`S Delight)
, - - Une jeune pucelle (A Young Virgin)
, - Lie down poor heart
, - `What if I seek for love of thee`
, - The Fairy Masque
, - 2nd Booke of Songs (1600): 1 `I saw my Lady weep`
, - 2nd Booke of Songs: 3 `Sorrow, sorrow, stay`
, - The First Booke of Songs or Ayres (1597): 21 `Away with these self-loving lads`
, - The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600) (12): `Fine knacks for ladies`
, - The Third and Last Booke of Songs or Aires (1603) ( 7): `Say, Love, if ever thou didst find`
, - `My lady Hunssdon`s puffe`, P. 54
, - , P. 82
, - `Lachrimae`, P. 15
, - Cupararee
, - Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna `Hor ch`è il tempo di dormire`
, - England: 17th century - A Coranto
, - England: 17th century - Corranto
, - England: 17th century - Grays Inn mask
, - Mary, Young and Fair
, - The Isle of Aigas
`, - Bumper Squire Jones
`, - Carolan`s Favourite Jig
`, - Lament for Owen Roe O`Neill
`, - Sheebeg and Sheemore
`, - Hugh O`Donnel
ϸ, - `O solitude, my sweetest choice` (1687), Z 406
, - Grimstock
 
     
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