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Boys of the bluehill.jpg
The Boys of Bluehill

Played by: Leo Rowsome and Frank O'Higgins
Source: The Internet Archive
Image: Leo Rowsome: 78 RPM Imperial Recording (1933)

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Ladys-Tower.jpg
East Neuk of Fife

Played by: Chris Ormston
Source: Soundcloud
Image: The Lady's Tower

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Fredwilson2.jpg
Fred Wilson's Clog

Played by: William Dunlap
Source: Soundcloud
Image: Fred Wilson

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Crook Brothers String Band - Going Across The Sea.jpg
Going Across the Sea

Played by: Crook Brothers String Band
Source: Youtube
Image: Canadian Reissue For the T. Eaton Company of Toronto around 1933-1934

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Corn riggs are bonny.gif
Corn Riggs

Played by: Concal: Concerto Caledonia
Source: Soundcloud
Image: Last Night I met him on a Back, Where yellow Corn was growing

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Featured Tunes Music Library



Boys of the bluehill.jpg
The Boys of Bluehill
Played by:Leo Rowsome and Frank O'Higgins
Image: Leo Rowsome: 78 RPM Imperial Recording (1933)
Source:The Internet Archive
Ladys-Tower.jpg
East Neuk of Fife
Played by:Chris Ormston
Image: The Lady's Tower
Source:Soundcloud
Fredwilson2.jpg
Fred Wilson's Clog
Played by:William Dunlap
Image: Fred Wilson
Source:Soundcloud
Crook Brothers String Band - Going Across The Sea.jpg
Going Across The Sea
Played by:Crook Brothers String Band
Image: Canadian Reissue For the T. Eaton Company of Toronto around 1933-1934.
Source:Youtube
Corn riggs are bonny.gif
Corn Riggs
Played by:Concal: Concerto Caledonia
Image: Last Night I met him on a Back...
Source:Soundcloud
Flowers of Edinburgh.jpg
The Flowers of Edinburgh
Played by:Alistair Gillies
Image: The convention "Flower of..." usually referenced a woman.
Source:Soundcloud