Doh Ray Me, When Ah Wis Wee: Scots Children's Songs and Rhymes by Ewan McVicar
Over 800 Scots lyrics taken from publications and unpublished collections from the 1820s to 2006 include the stories of 'Coulter's Candy' and 'Aunty Mary's Canary'; the ancient pipe tune that became 'London Bridge is Falling Down' and the Scots ancestry of 'The Mulberry Bush', 'The Hokey Cokey'; and 'Old King Cole'.
This book is from my recently purchased Gilmore Collection containing many superb books on Scottish History, Topography and Culture.
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- Publisher Birlinn, Edinburgh; 2007
- Paperback, 344pp
- With music and b/w illustrations
- Size 245 x190mm, 950g
- ISBN: 978 1 84158 558
Condition: Very Good – Uncreased Spine, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy
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