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A Collection of the Best Scots Tunes

A Selection of Scots Songs Harmonized Improved with Simple and Adapted Graces

A Selection of the most Favourite Scots Songs

Ancient Scottish Ballads, recovered from Tradition, and never before published: with Notes, historical and explanatory: and an Appendix, Containing the Airs of several of the Ballads

Annie Lawrie

Davidson's 150 Scotch Songs

Early Scottish Melodies; Including Examples from MSS. and Early Printed Works, along with a Number of Comparative Tunes, Notes on Former Annotators, English and Other Claims, and Biographical Notices, Etc.

Fuinn nan Salm. Gaelic Psalmody, including the Ancient Tunes & Precentors' Recitatives; with introduction by L. MacBean. Music in both notations.

Handbook of the Songs of Scotland, with Music, and Descriptive and Historical Notes. Edited by William Mitchison. To which is added A Biographical Sketch of the Life of the late John Wilson, the celebrated Scottish vocalist.

John Anderson My Jo

Maver's Collection of Genuine Scottish Melodies

Oft in the stilly night

Scots Songs for Voice and Harpsichord

Songs of the Hebrides: collected and arranged for voice and pianoforte, with Gaelic and English words.

Songs of the North

The Gaelic Psalm Tunes of Ross-shire and the Neighbouring Counties. The Harmony and Introductory Dissertation by Joseph Mainzer.

The Garland of Scotia; A Musical Wreath of Scottish Song, with Descriptive and Historical Notes, adapted for the Voice, Flute, Violin, &c.

The Jacobite Relics of Scotland; being the Songs, Airs, and Legends of the Adherents to the House of Stuart. Collected and Illustrated by James Hogg, author of "The Queen's Wake", &c.

The Scots Musical Museum

The Songs of Robert Burns

The Songs of Scotland

The Songs of Scotland Adapted to Their Appropriate Melodies

The Songs of Scotland Prior to Burns. With the Tunes

Traditional Tunes: A Collection of Ballad Airs, chiefly obtained in Yorkshire and the South of Scotland; together with their appropriate words from broadsides and from oral tradition.