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25 Scottish Songs (181518), op.108 (Beethoven)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)

25 Scottish Songs (181518) op.108

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1. `Music, Love and Wine`; `O let me music hear, night and day!` 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
2. `Sunset`; `The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill;` 1818, words by Sir Walter Scott,...Read more
1. `Music, Love and Wine`; `O let me music hear, night and day!` 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
2. `Sunset`; `The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill;` 1818, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
3. `O sweet were the hours;` 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
4. `The Maid of Isla`; `O maid of Isla from yon cliff;` 1817, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
5. `The sweetest lad was Jamie;` 1815, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
6. `Dim, dim is my eye;` 1815, words by William Brown, folk song setting
7. `Bonnie Laddie, Highland Laddie`; `Where got ye that siller moon` 1815, words by James Hogg, folk song setting
8. `The lovely lass of Inverness;` 1816, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
9. `Behold, my Love`; `Behold my Love how green the groves;` 1817, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
10. `Sympathy`; `Why, Julia, say, that pensive mien?` 1815, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
11. `Oh, Thou Art the Lad of My Heart, Willy`; 1815, words by William Smyth, folk song setting, variations on this air: Op 107 #9
12. `Oh, Had My Fate Been Join`d With Thine`; 1816, words by Lord Byron, folk song setting
13. `Come Fill, Fill, My Good Fellow`; 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
14. `O How Can I Be Blithe`; 1816, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
15. `O Cruel was My Father`; 1816, words by Alexander Ballantyne, folk song setting
16. `Could This Ill World Have Been Contriv`d`; 1816, words by James Hogg, folk song setting
17. `O Mary at Thy Window Be`, 1817; words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
18. `Enchantress, Farewell`; 1818, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
19. `O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat`; 1815, words by Joanna Baillie, folk song setting
20. `Faithfu` Johnie`; `When will you come again;` 1815, words by Anne Grant, folk song setting
21. `Jeanie`s Distress`; `By William late offended;` 1817, folk song setting
22. `The Highland Watch`; `Old Scotia, wake thy mountain strain;` 1817, words by James Hogg, folk song setting for voice, chorus and piano trio
23. `The Shepherd`s Song`; `The gowan glitters on the sward;` 1818, words by Joanna Baillie, folk song setting
24. `Again, my Lyre, yet once again`; 1815, words by William Smyth
25. `Sally in Our Alley`; `Of all the girls that are so smart;` 1817, words by Henry Carey, folk song setting

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