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Mary Of Argyll / Rothesay Bay / The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie / Haste Ye Back

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Название пользователя: Mary Of Argyll / Rothesay Bay / The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie / Haste Ye Back


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Продавец Julia Gordon
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Mary of Argyll The lyrics were written by Charles Jefferys (1807-1865) and thought to be set to an earlier Scottish ballad. According to popular history, the ‘Bonny Mary’ here refers to 'Highland Mary' (Mary Campbell, 1763-1862), a Scottish dairymaid who was Robert Burns' sweetheart. She died tragically young at the age of 23. The song is also known as ‘Bonnie Mary Of Argyll’.

Rothesay Bay The town of Rothesay on the Isle of Bute has long been a favourite holiday resort on the Firth of Clyde. Looking over its bay towards the Kyles of Bute may be seen the hills of Argyllshire – “the great black hills, like sleepin' kings”. The words of the song were written by Diana Maria Craik, neé Mulock (1826-1887).

A young girl sings of the finest harvest field above Rothesay Bay. She once had a true love but he, her three brothers and her parents are all dead and she is now alone. She wants to join them but is consoled by the beauty of where she lives and works.

The Bonnie Wells O’ Wearie The lyrics extolling the attractions of the Wells O’ Wearie are by Alexander Maclagan (1811-1879). The Wells O’ Wearie were situated at the southern end of Holyrood Park in Edinburgh. With a four-part harmony in the rousing chorus, this song was a great favourite for sentimental harmonising in public houses.

Haste Ye Back The origin of the tune for this popular Hogmanay song is unknown. The lyrics are:​

Haste ye back, I love you dearly, call again, you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander be a joy to you each day.
Haste ye back, I love you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.​

May the paths o'er which you wander be a joy to you each day.
Haste ye back, I love you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.
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No.1 Mary of Argyll

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The lyrics were written by Charles Jefferys (1807-1865) and thought to be set to an earlier Scottish ballad. According to popular history, the ‘Bonny Mary’ here refers to 'Highland Mary' (Mary Campbell, 1763-1862), a Scottish dairymaid who was Robert Burns' sweetheart. She died tragically young at the age of 23. The song is also known as ‘Bonnie Mary Of Argyll’.
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No.2 Rothesay Bay

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The town of Rothesay on the Isle of Bute has long been a favourite holiday resort on the Firth of Clyde. Looking over its bay towards the Kyles of Bute may be seen the hills of Argyllshire – “the great black hills, like sleepin' kings”. The words of the song were written by Diana Maria Craik, neé Mulock (1826-1887).
A young girl sings of the finest harvest field above Rothesay Bay. She once had a true love but he, her three brothers and her parents are all dead and she is now alone. She wants to join them but is consoled by the beauty of where she lives and works.
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No.3 The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie

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The lyrics extolling the attractions of the Wells O’ Wearie are by Alexander Maclagan (1811-1879). The Wells O’ Wearie were situated at the southern end of Holyrood Park in Edinburgh. With a four-part harmony in the rousing chorus, this song was a great favourite for sentimental harmonising in public houses.
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No.4 Haste Ye Back

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The origin of the tune for this popular Hogmanay song is unknown. The lyrics are:​

Haste ye back, I love you dearly, call again, you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander be a joy to you each day.
Haste ye back, I love you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.​

May the paths o'er which you wander be a joy to you each day.
Haste ye back, I love you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way.
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