A Tribute to Robert Burns

A Tribute to Robert Burns

SKU: 30005
$25.00Price
(**available only in the usa)
this new 100 page book has ez and intermediate celtic harp (piano and guitar) arrangements of the celebrated scottish bard, robert burns. the book has over 30 burns songs with lyrics, translations, song notes and scottish  ornamentation.  a special feature includes the details of a burns night supper, with an outline to create your own burns ritual!  the book has an overview of robert burns'  life and why this man is so important to scottish history and the modern world. there are easy and intermediate levels, for wire and nylon harp. 
arrangements include easy ornamentation built into each song.  the songs are in the 
key of c, f, g or d.  good for small harps, and 33 string harps. create the sounds that
is dear to every scottish heart and delve into ancient culture! the songs are in the 
key of c, f, g or d.  the lowest note used is f below low c.
includes: notes about each song with lyrics and phonetic pronunciations of the
native tongue; learn about  scottish  ornamentation and how to make your songs
sound more "scottish;"  a special feature of this book has the details of a 
burns night supper, with an outline to create your own burns ritual!  enjoy 
the makings of traditional haggis with the recipe in this book; contains
an overview of robert burns'life and why this man is so important to scottish 
history and the modern world.  a timeline shows readers a concise look at
the bards' highlights of his life.
The songs: Ae Fond Kiss, A Man's a Man for a That, Corn Rigs, Hey Ca' Thro', I Hae a Wife O' My Ain, John Anderson My Joe, My Tocher's the Jewel, O' Lassie Art Ye Sleepin Yet?, She's Fair and Frause, Wandering Willie, Whistle O'er the Lave O'T, Flow Gently Sweet Afton, A Rosebud in My Early Walk, Bonnie Jean, My Love is Like a Red Red Rose, To Dauton Me, To the Weaver's Gin Ye Go, Scots Wa Hae, White Cockcade, Ye Banks and Braes, John Anderson My Jo, Hey Ca' Thro', Green Grow the Rashes O, Comin Thro the Rye, What Can a Young Lassie Do Wi' An Auld Man and more!