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  • ...alongside of which the publisher included another version of song under the title "Old Set, Red red rose" set to the melody of "[[Mary Queen of Scots Lament]]" (song No. 404). Yet another air to the song w ...uthor'' ''unknown," and on page 89 gives the song under the title of "O, my Love's like the Red Red Rose. From an old MS in the Editor's'' ''possession, "Air--Wishaw's Favourite--composed by Mr. Marshall." ...old Scots air "[[Low Down in the Broom]]." Burns's song is based on an older, preexisting song, altered and improved by the poet. ''O my love is like a red red rose,''<br> ...n 1970with the Lancashire Regiment to become the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment, keeping “Red, Red Rose” as their regimental march (David Murray, Music of the Scottish Regiments, Edinburgh, 1994; pg. 20
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  • ...all's "[[Miss Admiral Gordon’s Reel]]." Burn's extremely popular song "My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose" was printed, set to the "Major Graham" tune, in the fifth volume of James Johnson's '''Scots Musica ''O my Luve's like a red, red rose,''<br> ...Selection Collection''' in 1799. However, the tune most often associated nowadays with the "Red Red Rose" lyric is that of "[[Low Down in the Broom]]," another popular 18th century air.
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  • ...poet overheard singing in his youth; so impressed was he that he took a note of them and later altered them to his ear. Other variants of the song also exist. ''My love is like a red, red rose,''<br>
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  • '''BLOOD-RED ROSE''' (To Daunton Me). AKA and see "[[Moran's Return]]." Irish, Scottish; Slow Air (4/4 time). D Minor. ''The blude-red rose at Yule may blaw,'' <br>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Annotation:My Love is Like the Red Red Rose (1)]]
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  • '''MY LOVE IS LIKE A RED RED ROSE [3].''' Scottish, Air (3/4 time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). One part. The air is often empl
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  • '''RED, RED ROSE [1].''' Scottish, Jig. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB.
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  • '''RED ROSE [1], THE '''(An ros dearg). Irish, Double Jig. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB.
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  • '''RED ROSE [2], THE.''' English, Jig. G Minor. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The melody is unique to London
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  • ...minstrel version (which also refers to the woman as 'this darkey'). Some sources name the ‘yellow rose’ as one Emily Morgan, a slave girl who hailed from North Carolina, as the woman who seduced the Me [[File:yellowrose.jpg|200px|thumb|left|The 1858 sheet music by "J.K."]] ''There's a yellow rose in Texas that I am going to see,''<br> ''With the yellow rose of Texas a sitting on my knee.'' .... (NLCR)<br> ...claimed (tongue-in-cheek) that much of Emily Dickinson’s poetry can be sung to the song “Yellow Rose of Texas.” ...oadcasters (1927. Ben Jarrell on fiddle). Okeh 451744 (78 RPM), North Carolina Cooper Boys (as "Red Rose of Texas"). Merriweather Records, Pat Kingery – “I Kind of Believe it’s a Gift” (an unusual
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  • '''ROSE IS WHITE AND ROSE IS RED.''' English, Country Dance Tune (6/8 time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. The melody was pu ''Rose is white and rose is red,''<br> ''and rose is wondrous bonny,''<br> ''And rose hath lost her mayden head''<br> <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - Raven ('''English Country Dance Tunes'''), 1984; p. 40 (a facsimile c <font color=red>''Recorded sources'': </font> <font color=teal> - </font>
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  • '''MRS. ROSE OF KILRAVOCK'S STRATHSPEY.''' Scottish, Strathspey (whole time). G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). ...Mrs. Rose's niece, Miss Rose of Kildrummie, who sang two Highland airs, which Burns requested Mrs. Rose send him (she did). [[File:rose.jpg|390px|thumb|left|Elizabeth Rose of Kilravock]] Hugh Rose, ‎Lachlan Shaw and ‎Cosmo Innes, in their '''Genealogical Deduction of the Family of Rose of Kilravock''' (1848) described her as: ...Mrs Rose, sterling sense, warm heart, strong passions, honest pride, all in an uncommon degree--Mrs Rose jnr. a little milder than the Mother, this perhaps owing to her being younger." See also "[[Captain Rose of Kilravock's Strathspey]]." <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : -
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  • ...B (Bacon, Mallinson): AABBCCDD (O’Farrell). The title comes from a song set to the tune called "A Rose Tree in Full Bearing,” first appearing in print under that title in English composer William Shiel ''A rose tree in full bearing,''<br> ''One rose beyond comparing,''<br> ...lied to many tunes. See also the cognate "[[Irish Lilt (8)]]" in Straight and Skillern's '''Two Hundred and Four Favouarite Country Dance Tunes, vol. 1''' (London, c. 1775). ...mmond, who died in 1870 and who was the village musician before him. The conclusion was that “The Rose Tree” and similar country dance tunes survived in English tradition (at least in southwest Surrey) ...lso records lyrics to the “Rose Tree” tune obtained from his grandmother, who had them from a hired girl in Monson, Maine, around the year 1859: ...Press, 1999). An American Civil War song, “Sing Sing Polly,” was also set to the tune of “The Rose Tree” (see Mattson & Walz, '''Old Fort Snelling…Fife''', p. 82). ...lection of Strathspey Reels''', where it is printed in C Major and entitled “[[Old Lee Rigg]]--or Rose Tree.” It also appears as “The Lea Rigg” in Brysson’s '''Curious Collection''' (1791). The S
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  • ...was in the repertoire of Hiram Stamper who helped popularize it, however, the ultimate source for "Rose of Sharon" is a 1975 recording by fiddler Howard "Howdy" Forrester (1922-1987), an influential cross The 'Rose of Sharon' title is a biblical reference--"I am the rose of Sharon, the lily of the valley,--and the name of a flowering plant, the hibiscus. <font color=red>''Sources for notated versions''</font>: - J.T. Perkins [Phillips]; Gary Lee Moore (Seattle) [Silber ...d>''Printed sources''</font> : - Beisswenger & McCann ('''Ozarks Fiddle Music'''), 2008; p. 80 (as "Roses of Ava More"). Phillips ('''Traditional American Fiddle Tunes, vol. 2'''), 1995; p. 301. Silberberg ...y Forrester - "Leather Britches" (1975). Voyager CD 363, Gary Lee Moore - "Uncle Pig" (2004. Moore credits a Howdy Forrester recording from the 1960's). </font> ...dard notation transcription (under title "Rose of Avonmore") [http://www.missourifiddling.com/Music/RoseofAvonmore.htm] and demonstration video [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfOjByzoZkg]<br>
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  • ...ard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The provenance of the song "Rose of Allendale" [Roud 1218] is sometimes credited to Ireland or Scotland, but the air and song is associated with north of England where Allendale ''When Mary left her highland cot and wandered forth with me.''<br> ''By far the sweetest flower there was the Rose of Allendale.''<br> ''Sweet Rose of Allendale, sweet Rose of Allendale,''<br> ''By far the sweetest flower there was the Rose of Allendale.''<br> There is sometimes confusion of titles with J. Scott Skinner's “[[Rose Bud of Allenvale (The)]].” <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - the 1823-26 music mss of papermaker and musician Joshua Gib <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - Howe ('''Complete Preceptor for the Accordeon'''), 1843; p. 14. Howe
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  • ...script copybook of American musician M.E. Eames (probably resident in Philadelphia). Bayly's song ("Rose of Aileen") was published in his '''The Wreath, a collection of ballads''' (1830), and goes: ''For you were with me when I won the love or Rose Aileen.''<Br> ''I would not have the world believe I sigh for Rose Aileen.''<br> ''Than that my gloom should seem to chide the smiles of Rose Aileen.''<br> <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - <font color=red>''Recorded sources'': </font> <font color=teal> - </font>
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  • '''ROSE CONNOLLY.''' AKA and see "[[Rosey Connolly]]," "[[Fair at Dungarvan (The)]]," "[[Alas my bright lady]]," "[[Lament for Kilcash]]," "[ Bunting's "Rose Connolly" words go: ''And I murdered my Rosey Connolly anunder a Hozier Tree.''<br> ...ter recorded a song called "[[Down in the Willow Garden]]" in the 78 RPM era, a reworking of the “Rose Connolly” text theme, although not musically related to Bunting's tune. However, John Moulden says ''And there I murdered that dear little girl, down under the banks below.''<br> ''If I would murder that dear little girl, whose name was Rose Connolly.''<br> ''Because I murdered that dear little girl, whose name was Rose Connolly.''<br> <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: -
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  • ...There is no musical relationship with Kentucky fiddler J.P. Fraley’s similarly titled “[[Wild Rose of the Mountain]]”.[[File:salyer.jpg|400px|thumb|right|John Salyer]] <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - John M. Salyer (Salyersville, Magoffin County, Ky., 1941 or <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - '''Devil's Box''', vol. 3, No. 2, 1999; p. 52. Phillips ('''Tradition <font color=red>''Recorded sources'': </font> <font color=teal> - Berea College Appalachian Center AC003, “John M. Hear John Salyer’s 1941-42 home recording at Slippery Hill [https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/rose-mountain] and at Berea Sound Archives [https://soundarchives.berea.edu/items/show/4223]<br> ...sion transcribed from the playing of Bruce Molsky at taterjoes.com [http://www.taterjoes.com/fiddle/RoseInTheMountain.pdf]<br> ...ancusa's transcription of the tune as played by Mike Seegar [http://www.mne.psu.edu/lamancusa/tunes/roseinmountain.pdf]<br> See another standard notation version transcribed by Pete Showman [http://www.showman.org/Tunes/RoseInTheMountain-JohnSalyer.pdf]<br>
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  • ...Paducah, Ky.) for Victor in 1928 in the Nashville, Tenn., YMCA, backed by his frequent accompanist Fred Shriver on accordion. Victor chose not to release the cut, however. <font color=red>''Source for notated version''</font>: - Bob Walters (Burt County, Nebraska) [Christeson, Phillips]. <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - R.P. Christeson ('''Old Time Fiddlers Repertory, vol 1'''), 1973; No <font color=red>''Recorded sources'': </font> <font color=teal> - Missouri State Old Time Fiddlers' Association, Bob Hear Bob Walters play “Rose Waltz” at Slippery Hill [https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/rose-waltz]<br>
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  • ...his title in New York in 1929 by melodeon player Peter J. Conlon and fiddler James Morrison (who paired the tune with "[[Old Man Dillon]]"). <font color=red>''Sources for notated versions''</font>: - recorded by Breandan Breathnach in November, 1970 from th <font color=red>''Printed sources''</font> : - Breathnach ('''CRÉ I'''); No. 37. Cranitch ('''Irish Fiddle Book''') ...Paddy Cronin – “The House in the Glen” (197?). Tara Music, Stockton’s Wing - “The Crooked Rose” (1992). </font> ...leTheLarkintheMorningTheRoseintheHeather/Unknown_Players__Pipes_Fiddle__The_Lark_in_the_Morning_The_Rose_in_the_Heather.mp3] (following "[[Lark in the Morning (1)]]"<br>,
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