Wilt Thou Play Me Fair Highland Laddie

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WILT THOU PLAY ME FAIR, HIGHLAND LADDIE. Scottish, March. Played derisively by one of the companies of the main body of Loyalist Scottish troops, Argyle's Highlanders, as they marched into Perth and Dundee during the ill fated Jacobite rebellion of 1715, led by the Earl of Mar (Bobbing John) {Winstock, 1970}. See also notes for "Stay and Take the Breeks with Thee/Take the Breeks with Thee," and "Campbells are Coming (1) (The)."

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