EKM 132: Folk Songs Of England, Scotland & Ireland

EKM 132: Folk Songs Of England, Scotland & Ireland
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56 songs, including: Greensleeves · Scarborough Fair · Killarney · Londonderry Air · The Wearin' O' the Green · Auld Lang Syne · My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose.


  • 'tis The Last Rose Of Summer
  • Afton Water
  • All Through The Night
  • Annie Laurie
  • Ash Grove, The
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
  • Bells Of Aberdovey, The
  • Blue Bells Of Scotland, The
  • Bonnie Mary Of Argyle
  • Campbells Are Coming, The
  • Charlie Is My Darlin'
  • Cockles And Mussels (Molly Malone)
  • Come Back To Erin
  • Comin' Through The Rye
  • Dance To Your Daddy (Dance To Thy Daddy)
  • David Of The White Rock
  • Dear Little Shamrock
  • Dove, The
  • Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
  • Early One Morning
  • Eryri Wen (A Welsh Air)
  • Foggy, Foggy Dew, The
  • God Bless The Prince Of Wales
  • Green Grow The Rushes-o
  • Greensleeves
  • Home, Sweet Home
  • I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
  • Ilkley Moor Baht At
  • John Peel
  • Kathleen Mavoureen
  • Killarney
  • Land Of My Fathers
  • Lincolnshire Poacher, The
  • Little Brown Jug
  • Loch Lomond
  • Londonderry Air
  • Men Of Harlech
  • Minstrel Boy
  • My Little Welsh Home
  • Myfanwy
  • Noble Duke Of York, The
  • O My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose
  • On The Banks Of Allan Water
  • Rose Of Tralee, The
  • Sally In Our Alley
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Scotland The Brave (Tunes Of Glory)
  • Sospan Fach
  • St. Patrick Was A Gentleman
  • There Is A Tavern In The Town
  • Vicar Of Bray
  • Wearing Of The Green, The
  • Wi A Hundred Pipers
  • Ye Banks And Braes O' Bonnie Doon


Product IDCOBS012949066
Instrumentation Melody Line, Chords & Lyrics
Publisher Hal Leonard
Publisher Ref No HL00243230
Grading Easy
Language Eng
Media Book

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