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Bonnie Earl OMoray - Various - A Song For Scotland (Vinyl, LP)

9 thoughts on “ Bonnie Earl OMoray - Various - A Song For Scotland (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Vigal says:
    This is not "Earl O'Moray" or "O'Murray" with an Irish last name. It is "the Earl o' Moray" (or Murray), with the Scottish "o'" for "of". The two forms are completely unrelated. I have corrected them in the article and am about to move this article to correct the title. --Thnidu , (UTC).
  2. Tygogal says:
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  3. Gajinn says:
    The King, the Queen, her lover and his death – the Bonnie Earl of Moray – Introduction. Posted on Sep 30, by Tom Britton January 5, James Stewart, 2nd Earl of Moray This week in Murder Ballad Monday we return to the murky, murderous past of Scotland, as we explore another one of Francis James Child’s collected ballads from.
  4. Arami says:
    The Bonnie Earl O Moray Lyrics: Ye Heilan's and ye lowlands, whaur hae ye been? / Ye hae slain the Earl o' Moray and laid him on the green / He was a braw gallant, and he played at the ball / The.
  5. Tojalkis says:
    Songs of Scotland features the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Chorus performing many of the county's most beloved songs, including "Auld Lang Syne," "Skye Boat Song," "Bonnie Earl O'Moray" and "Loch Lomond." This is the soundtrack to the BBC program of the same name.
  6. Goltishakar says:
    Dick Gaughan The Bonnie Earl O Moray Lyrics. The Bonnie Earl O Moray lyrics performed by Dick Gaughan: Ye Hielans an ye Lawlans O whaur hae ye been Thae hae slain the Earl o Moray An laid him on the green He wis a braw callant An he played at the ring O the bonnie Earl o Moray He micht hae been a king Lang may his ladie Look ower frae Castle Doun Ere she sees the Earl o Moray Come .
  7. Akimuro says:
    The Bonnie Earl Of Moray Written By – Trad. A4: O Gin I We're A Baron's Heir Written By – Holder: A5: Turn Ye To Me Written By – Trad. A6: Hey Johnnie Cope Written By – Trad. B1: Ho-Ro My Nut Brown Maiden Written By – Trad. B2: Bonnie Strathyre Written By – Trad. B3: The Wee Cooper O' Fife Written By – Trad. B4: Isle Of Mull 4/5(3).
  8. Gogul says:
    The song was not about the tragic fate of Lady Mondegreen, but rather, the continuing plight of the good earl: ‘They had slain the Earl of Moray/And laid him on the green.’" I think my favourite must be hearing about someone who grew up thinking they were singing a hymn every Sunday about a bear called Gladly who was cross-eyed (gladly, the.
  9. Kagazil says:
    Bonnie Scotland is a song parodying Scotland and the song Mull of Kintyre and references the Jacobite Rebellion. It comments largely on the fast-food culture of Scotland, and how popular it became (and remains) there. The song is sung by a ginger bearded Scotsman in traditional dress, the puppet of which appeared as numerous other side characters in various sketches. Lyrics It’s a foreign.

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