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  • '''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]''' <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ...g cave, and that it is misinterpretations of the Gaelic name that led to its being called 'Fingal's Cave'. <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ''Source for notated version'': <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ''Printed sources'': Carlin ('''The Gow Collection'''), 1986; No. 58. Gow ('''Complete Repository'''), Part 2, 1802; p. 6. <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4">
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  • =='''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]'''== <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ...is claim that he used original texts. Despite criticism, his work was hugely popular and helped to usher in the romantic era in Europe. ...itled "Fingal's Weeping" in 1917 in the periodical '''Blackwood's Magazine''' The first stanza begins: ''Because they were so brave and young''<br> ''Who now are sleeping,''<br> ''His old heart wrung, his harp unstrung,''<br> ''Fingal's a-weeping.''<br>
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  • '''Back to [[{{BASEPAGENAME}}]]''' <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ...et Robert Tannahill directed his song "Wild drives the bitter northern blast" to the air of "Fingal's Lamentation." <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ''Source for notated version'': <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4"> ...es'': Carlin ('''The Gow Collection'''), 1986; No. 539. Gow ('''Fourth Collection of Niel Gow's Reels'''), 2nd ed., originally 1800; p. 17. <p><font face="garamond, serif" size="4">
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