A. Eric Aikman - The Jaggy Thistle

A. Eric Aikman - The Jaggy Thistle

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Contents: A Man's A Man For A' That * A Wee Deoch-An-Doris * Auld Lang Syne * Bonnie Dundee * Bonnie Gallowa' * Born Beyond The Border * Come In, Come In * Comin' Thro' The Rye * Dumbarton's Drums * Green Grow The Rashes, O * I Belong To Glasgow * I Love A Lassie * I Will Go * Keep Right On To The End Of The Road * Killiecrankie * Leezie Lindsay * Loch Lomond * MacPherson's Rant * Mairi's Wedding (Lewis Bridal Song) * My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean * Nut Brown Maiden * Road To The Isles * Rolling Hills Of The Borders * Skye Boat Song * Sound The Pibroch * Sweet Rose Of Allendale * Twa Recruitin' Sergeants * Uist Tramping Song * We're No' Awa' Tae Bide Awa' * Westering Home * Wi' A Hundred Pipers * Wild Mountain Thyme * Will Ye No' Come back Again? * Ye Banks And Braes * Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny Aff A Bus * Ye Jacobites By Name.

A delightful collection of Traditional Scots Songs arranged for Ukulele by A. Eric Aikman.

Arranged for C tuned ukulele (GCEA), this songbook has been designed to be equally at home for individual enjoyment, in a classroom, or in a ukulele club setting.

This spiral bound book has the song lyrics with chord figures and clear chord diagrams shown with each song.

At the back of the book there is a glossary Of Scots Words and Chord Chart.

"If you are Scottish or of the Scots diaspora, and play the ululele-enjoy! Or if you are coming to Scottish Traditional music for the first time, this book will add some new songs to your repertoire- you may find the experience rewarding." A.Eric Aikman.

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