Folk Songs of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales

Discover over 100 beautifully illustrated British Isles folk songs with easy piano/guitar accompaniments. Selected and edited by William Cole.
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This beautifully illustrated and easy to use songbook is a unique volume which includes over a hundred folk songs from the British Isles, chosen specifically for the beauty of their words and music. Songs of longing, of love,of the Irish and Scottish rebelions, as well as lullabies, children's songs, and even a few composed songs which have become a part of the folk heritage can be found in this collection. More than half of the songs in this book arenot available in any comparable volume.

Easily played piano and guitar accompaniments are provided, and not only are the Welsh songs newly translated, but phonetic transcriptions of the lyrics are also included so thattehsongs may be sung in their original language.

1. A Highland Lad My Love Was Born
2. A May Day Carol
3. All Through The Night - Ar Hyd Nos
4. Allan Water
5. An Eriskay Love Lilt - When I'm Lonely, Dear White Heart
6. Awa', Whigs, Awa'
7. Baloo Baleerie
8. Bendemeer's stream
9. Blow The Wind Southerly
10. Buttercup Joe
11. Can Ye Sew Cushions?
12. Charlie is my darling
13. Cock Robin
14. Corn Rigs are Bonnie
15. Counting The Goats - Cyfri'r Giefr
16. Cuckoo Dear - Y Gwcw Fach
17. David Of The Whit Rock - Dafydd Y Gareg Wen
18. Died For Love
19. Down by the Salley Gardens
20. Early one morning
21. Fairest Gwen - Mentra Gwen
22. Farewell! But Whenever You Welcome The Hour
23. Flow Gently, Sweet Afton
24. Gently, Johnny, My Jingalo
25. Green Grow The Rashes, O
27. Hares On The Mountain
28. Ho Ro My Nut-brown Maiden
29. I Wish I Had The Shepherd's Lamb
30. Idle Days In Summertime - Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn
31. I'm Seventeen Come Sunday
32. Is There For Honest Poverty - A Man's A Man For A' That
33. John O'dwyer Of The Glen
34. Joy Upon Thy Bright Cheek Dances - Hob Y Deri Dando
35. Kevin Barry
36. Kilgary Mountain - There's Whiskey In The Jar
37. Lavender's Blue
38. Leezie Lindsay
39. Let Erin Remember The Days Of Old
40. Lili Burlero
41. Little Saucepan - Sospon Vach
42. Lullaby - Suo Gan
43. Megan's Fair Daughter - Merch Megan
44. Men Of Harlech
45. Molly Brannigan
46. Monday, Tuesday - Dia Luain, Dia Mairt
47. Mrs. Macgrath
48. My Boy Willie
49. My Luve Is Like A Red, Red Rose
50. O No, John!
51. O Waly, Waly - The Water Is Wide
52. O'Donnell Aboo
53. Oft In The Stilly Night
54. Oh Rowan Tree
55. On Ilkla Moor Baht'at
56. Over The Mountains
57. Over The Stone - Tros Y Gareg
58. Rise, Rise, Thou Merry Lark - Codiad Yr Headydd
59. Robin Adiar
60. Robin Redbreast - Robin Goch
61. Scots Wha Ha'e Wi' Wallace Bled
62. She moved through the Fair
63. Shule Aroon - Come O Love Version I
64. Shule Aroon - Come O Love Version Ii
65. The Ash Grove
66. The Banks Of The Roses
67. The Banks Of The Sweet Primroses
68. The Bard Of Armagh
69. The Bells Of Averdovey - Clychau Aberdyfi
70. The Blue Bells of Scotland
71. The Bold Fenian Men
72. The Cherry Tree Carol
73. The Croppy Boy
74. The Cruiskeen Lawn - The Little Full Jug
75. The Dove - Y Deryn Pur
76. The Green Bushes
77. The Kind Old Man - Yr Hen Wr Mwyn
78. The Lark in the Clear Air
79. The Little Red Fox - An Maidrin Ruddh
80. The Mountains O'mourne
81. The Oak And The Ash
82. The Parting Glass
83. The Piper o' Dundee
84. The Rising of the Moon
85. The Road To The Isles
86. The Time I've Lost In Wooing
87. The Tree Ravens
88. The Trees Are Getting High
89. The Wark O' The Weavers
90. The Wearing of the Green
91. Tis Pretty To Be In Ballinderry
92. To See Swainson - Hefo Deio I Dywyn
93. To The Beggin' I Will Go
94. Turn Ye To Me
95. Two Maidens Went Milking One Day
96. Wae's Me For Prince Charlie
97. Weaving Lilt
98. Weel May The Keel Row
99. Welsh National Anthem - Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau
100. Whack Fol The Diddle
101. When Cockleshells Turn Silverbells - O Wally, Wally
102. When Pat Came Over The Hill
103. Will Ye No' Come Back Again?
104. Ye Banks And Braes O' Bonnie Doon