James Kinsley (ed.), The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, Vol. 2: Text

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pg 933INDEX OF AIRS

[References are to the numbers of the songs for which the airs are transcribed, and to the accompanying Commentary. The commoner alternative titles are included.]

Abbeyhills rant, 507
Adew Dundee, 157
Afton Water, 257
Aileen a roon, 418
Alace I lie my alon, 227
Allan water, 422
An gille dubh ciar dhubh, 197
An the kirk wad let me be, 492
Andrew an' his cutty gun, 179
Argyleshire air, 370
As I cam down by yon castle wa', 351
As I cam o'er the Cairney mount, 577
As I went out ae May morning, 384
Auld lang syne, 240
Auld man's mare's dead, The, 585
Auld Rob Morris, 393
Auld Sir Symon, 277
Awa Whigs awa, 303
Ay waukin O, 287
Bab at the bowster, 564
Babes o' the wood, The, 493
Balinamona, 516
Ballendalloch's reel, 328
Banks of Banna, 320
Bannocks o' bear meal, 581
Bashful lover, The, 292
Beware o' bonie Ann, 288
Beware of the ripells, 286
Bhannerach dhon na chri, 183
Birks of Abergeldie, 170
Black joke, 46
Black Watch, The, 38
Blue-eyed lass, The, 232
Bob o' Dumblane, The, 513
Boddich na' mbrigs, 305
Bonie Bell, 379
Bonie brier-bush, The, 587
Bonie Dundee, 157
Bonie lad that's far awa, The, 348
Bonie lass, A, 602
Bonie lass tak a man, 599
Bonie wee thing, 357
Bonny Mary, 192
Bottom of the punch bowl, The, 596
Braes o' Ballochmyle, The, 66
Braes o' Balquhidder, 215
Buff coat, The, 383
Buy broom besoms, 494
Ca' the ewes, 185
Caledonian Hunt's delight, The, 328
Cambdelmore, 328
Cameronian rant, 308
Campbells are comin, The, 314
Can ye labor lea, 382
Captain Cook's death, 274
Captain Mackenzie's reel, 603
Captain Okean (Okain), 220
Captain's lady, The, 296
Cardin o't, The, 567
Carl an the king come, 299
Carron side, 341
Cauld frosty morning, 294
Cauld kail in Aberdeen, 398
Charles Graham's welcome home, 327
Charlie he's my darling, 562
Chevy chase, 269
Chi mi ma chattle, 294
Children in the wood, The, 493
Clarinda, 217
Clout the caudron, 84. 165
Coal black joke, The, 46
Cock up your beaver, 344
Cold and raw, 200
Collier's dochter, The, 339
Come kiss with me, 559
Come let us prepare, 27
Comin thro' the rye, 560
Corn rigs are bonie, 8
Cornwallis lament for Colnļ Moorhouse, 317
Cosen Cole's delight, 365
Country lass, 358
Country lassie, 369
Craigieburn-wood, 340
pg 934Crowdie ever mair, 604
Cuckoo, The, 349
Cumnock psalms, 555
Daintie Davie, 140
Dalkeith maiden bridge, 572
Deil tak the wars, 462
Deuks dang o'er my daddie, The, 383
Donald Blue (?), 43
Down the burn, Davie, 427
Dragon of Wantley, The, 515
Druimionn dubh, 208
Druimionn dubh, 342
Drummer, The, 586
Duncan Davison, 30
Duncan Gray, 394
Dusty miller, 201
Earl of Glencairn's, The, 38
East Indian air, 461
Eppie Adair, 307
Eppie McNab, 355
Ettrick banks, 89
Ewe bughts Marion, 387
Failte na miosg, 301
Fee him father, 430
Finlayston house, 233
For a' that and a' that, 84. 208
For old long Sine my jo, 240
For the sake o' somebody, 566
Freemasons' march, The, 27
Fy, let us a' to the bridal, 492
Galla water, 397
Galloway Tarn, 350
Gardener wi' his paidle, The, 291
Gardener's march, The, 291
Geordie, 358
German lairdie, The, 605
Gilderoy, 9
Gillicrankie. See Killiecrankie.
Gin my love were yon red rose, 413
Go from my window, love, do, 29
Goodnight and joy be wi' you a', 115
Goune new made, The, 485
Green grow the rashes, 45
Green-sleeves, 280
Grey cock, The, 432
Gude Wallace, 584
Gudeen to you kimmer, 593
Guidwife count the lawin, 346
Had I the wyte she bade me, 559
Hemp-dresser, The, 386
Here awa', there awa', 396
Here's a health to them that's awa', 391
Hey ca' thro', 381
Hey tutti taitie, 206
Highland balou, The, 580
Highland laddie, 578
Highland laddie, The old, 353
Highland lassie, The, 577
Highland watch's farewell to Ireland, 164
Highland widow's lament, The, 590
Highlander's lament, 164
Highway to Edinburgh, The, 345
Humors of glen, 496
I dream'd I lay, 3
I had a horse, I had nae mair, 2
I hae a wife o' my ain, 361
I love my love in secret, 284
I wish my love was in a mire, 508
I'll gae nae mair to yon town, 574
I'll mak you be fain to follow me, 304
I'm o'er young to marry yet, 195
If he be a Butcher neat and trim, 11
Invercald's reel, 6
Jack Latin 563
Jacky Hume's lament (?), 407
Jamie come try me, 295
Jenny's lamentation, 309
Jinglan Johnie, 353
Joan's placket is torn, 199
Job o' journey-wark, The, 583
Jockey fou and Jenny fain, 377
Jockey was the blythest lad, 310
Jockey's gray breeks, 138
John Anderson my jo, 302
John come kiss me now, 343
Johnie Blunt, 368
Johnie Cope, 297
Johny McGill, 285
Jolly mortals fill your glasses, 84. 250
Jumpin Joan (John), 199
Katharine Ogie, 389
Kellyburnbraes, 376
Kenmure 's on and awa', 364
Killiecrankie, 313
King of France, The, 171
pg 935Kinloch of Kinloch, 598
Kirkconnel lee, 203
Lads of Leith, The, 385
Lady Doll Sinclair's reel, 171
Lady Macintosh's reel, 84. 208
Lady Mary Ann, 374
Lass, an' I come near ye, 356
Lass that made the bed to me, The, 571
Lazy mist, The, 234
Lea-rig, The, 392
Leezie Lindsay, 565
Lenox love to Blantyre, 524
Liggeram cosh, 408
Loch Eireachd (Eroch) side, 65
Lochaber, 352
Logan water, 409
Loggan burn, 588
Lord Breadalbane's march, 305
Lord Gregory, 399
Lord Ronald my son, 352
Lothian lassie, The, 503
Louis, what reck I by thee, 248
Lovely lass o' Inverness, The, 554
Lowlands of Holland, The, 227
Lumps o' puddins, 471
M. freicedan, 38
Mc.Grigor of Rora's lament, 207
Mc.Lauchlin's Scots measure, 107
Mc.Pherson's farewell (rant), 196
Madam Cossy, 386
Maid's complaint, The, 354
Major Graham, 453
Mally Stewart, 589
Mally's meek, 226
Marquis of Granby, The, 128
Mary Queen of Scots lament, 316
Mary weep no more for me (Mary's dream), 188
Mauchline belles, 43
Merrily dance the Quaker, 408
Merry beggars, The, 236
Mill, mill O, The, 406
Miller's wedding, 560
Minnie's ay glowerin o'er me, 435
Miss admiral Gordon's strathspey, 227
Miss Farquharson's reel, 293
Miss Muir, 333
Morag, 509
Moss Platt, 198
Moudiewort, The, 363
Mount your baggage, 296
Muckin' o' Geordie's byre, 421
My ain kind deary, 392
My collier laddie, 366
My Eppie, 307
My joe Janet, 441
My lady's gown, 597
My lodging is on the cold ground, 470
My love is fixed on Donald, 561
My love is lost to me, 228
My love she's but a lassie yet, 293
My Nanie, O, 4
My Peggy's face, 181
My wife she dang me, 594
My wife's a wanton wee thing, 388
Nansy 's to the green-wood gane, 405
Neil Gow's lament for Abercairny, 182
Neil Gow's lamentation, 300
Nithsdale's welcome hame, 279
Niven's Scots measure, 188
O an ye were dead gudeman, 84. 89
O dear minny, what shall I do, 298
O minie, 298
O'er the hills and far away, 454
O'er the muir amang the heather, 436
On a bank of flowers, 292
Oonagh's waterfall, 457
Open the door softly, 403
Orananaoig, 330
Oran gaoil, 431
Over the water to Charlie, 128
Oyl of barley, The, 200
Parcel of rogues in a nation, A, 375
Peg a Ramsey, 601
Peggy Bawn, 64
Phoebe, 163
Pinkie house, 602
Ploughman, The, 205
Port Athol, 333
Posie, The, 372
Prepare, my dear brethren, 27
Push about the jorum, 484
Quaker's wife, The, 408
Queensbury's Scots measure, 567
Rantin laddie, The, 575
Rashes, The, 576
Rattlin, roarin Willie, 216
pg 936Reel o' Stumpie, The, 573
Rinn m'eudial mo mhealladh, 359
Robie donna gorach, 229
Robin Adair, 418
Robin shure in hairst, 251
Rory Dall's port, 337
Rosebud, The, 213
Roslin castle, 122
Rothiemurche's rant, 466
Rowin't in her apron, The, 561
Roy's wife, 177
Ruffian's rant, 177
Saw ye my father, 432
Saw ye (na) my Maggie (Peggy), 614
Scroggam, 595
Secret kiss, The, 242
Seventh of November, The, 231
Shawnboy, 128
She raise and loot me in, 123
Shepherd's wife, The, 367
Shoemaker's march, The, 600
Sic a wife as Willie's wife, 373
Sir John Malcolm, 322
Sir Symon the king, 277
Slave's lament, The, 378
Sodger laddie, 84. 57
Soldier's Joy, 84. 29
Song of death, The, 330
Sow's tail to Geordie, The, 468
Steer her up, 591
Stingo, 200
Strathallan's lament, 168
Sutor's dochter, The, 444
Sutors o' Selkirk, 568
Sweet's the lass that loves me, 365
Tak your auld cloak about you, 338
Tam Lin, 558
Taylor, The, 586
There was a lad and a lass in a killogie, 581
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame, 326
There's few gude fellows when Willie's awa', 326
There's news, lasses, 603
This is no my ain house, 507
Three guid fellows ayont yon glen, 570
Thro' the lang muir I follow'd him hame, 336
Tibbie Fowler, 569
Tither morn, The, 481
To daunton me, 209
To the weaver's gin ye go, 194
Todlin hame, 429
Twenty-first of August, 380
Under her apron, 413
Up and warn a', Willie, 212
Up, black-nebs by name, 371
Up in the morning early, 200
Wae is my heart, 582
Waukrife minnie, A, 311
We'll gang nae mair a rovin', 612
Weary pund o' tow, The, 360
Weaver's march, The, 380
Wee Totum Fogg, 592
Wha is that at my bower-door, 356
Whar 'll bonie Annie lie, 80
What shall I do with an auld man, 347
What will I do gin my hoggie die, 198
When she cam ben she bobbit, 362
When the king comes o'er the water, 576
Where Helen lies, 203
Whistle, The, 272
Whistle, and I'll come to ye, my lad, 420
Whistle owre the lave o't, 84. 129
Whistle owre the lave o't, 235
White cockade, The, 306
Who learned you to dance, 564
Will ye lend me your loom, lass, 485
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut, 268
Wind hath blown my plaid away, The, 454
Winter it is past, The, 218
Wo betyd thy wearie bodie, 357
Wren's nest, The, 556
Ye Jacobites by name, 371
Ye're welcome Charlie Stewart, 579
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