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(Anonymous) : The Blue Bells of Scotland
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The Blue Bells of Scotland

(Anonymous)

A charming Scottish folk song arranged for piano solo (Intermediate)!    New!

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Includes : One solo score (2 pages)

Difficulty level : Grade 4/12

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Program Notes on The Blue Bells of Scotland by (Anonymous) :

This song entitled The Blue Bells of Scotland is a Scottish folk song.

It is sometimes attributed to Dorothea Jordan (1761-1816), an English actress and writer.

This sheet music is an arrangement for piano solo.

It is set in the key of C Major.

It is appropriate for Grade 4 pianists.

For your greater enjoyment, this sheet music includes the complete lyrics in English (4 verses).



Sources :

Anonymous, Folk Songs in English




Associated collections :

Folk & Traditional Music for Piano (Intermediate)    

Sheet music details :

THE BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND

(Blue Bell of Scotland - Scottish Folk Song)
Composer(Anonymous) Opus/catalog numberThe Blue Bells of Scotland
MovementsModerato Composition/First publicationFolk Songs in English
InstrumentationPiano StyleFolk & Traditional
KeyC Major Duration01:14
EditionArranged by M.A. Caux DifficultyGrade 4/12



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The Blue Bells of Scotland

1. Oh where, tell me where is your Highland laddie gone?
Oh where, tell me where is your Highland laddie gone?
He's gone with streaming banners where the noble deeds are done
And my sad heart will tremble until he comes safely home.

2. Oh where, tell me where does your Highland laddie dwell?
Oh where, tell me where does your Highland laddie dwell?
He dwells in merry Scotland at the sign of the blue bell
And my blessing went with him on the day he went away.

3. Oh what, tell me what does your Highland laddie wear?
Oh what, tell what does your Highland laddie wear?
A bonnet with a proud plume, 'tis the gallant badge of war
And a plaid 'cross his bold breast that will one day wear a star.

4. Suppose, oh suppose that your Highland lad should die.
Suppose, oh suppose that your Highland lad should die.
The bagpipes shall play o'er him and I'd lay me down and cry
But it's oh! in my heart that I do wish he may not die.


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