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Mormond Braes

8 Reply to “ Mormond Braes ”

  1. Gutilar says:
    Mormond Braes A popular ceilidh tune which is nice and easy for beginner fiddlers. I think it is a song too though I’m unfamiliar with the words.
  2. Moogulmaran says:
    Mormond Braes is an Aberdeenshire ballad telling the story of a rejected but defiant love. The lassie is determined to erase the memory of her old love with the attention of at least one new one. Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor sang Mormond Braes in on their Decca album Scottish Choice and a year later on Two Heids Are Better Than Yin!.
  3. Meztilkree says:
    Mormond Braes: (Mormond Braes - Davie Stewart) Davie Stewart was born in suhantelumdipabbiderssorewoli.coinfond around the start of the 20th century. He spent a large part of his life on the road living on his music and his wits, turning his hand to a number of trades one of which was clock mending. (Realising that a lot.
  4. Kagazuru says:
    The Mormon Braes (slopes) are three miles northeast of Strichen in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. "That the bonds of love are broken". That there is no longer a commitment between the two lovers. A green gown symbolizes the loss of virginity.
  5. Dara says:
    So fare ye weel, ye Mormond Braes, Where often I've been cheery; Fare ye weel ye Mormond Braes, For it's there I lost my dearie. There's many a horse has snappert an' fa'en And risen again fu' rarely. There's many a lass has lost her lad And gotten another right early. So fare ye weel, ye Mormond Braes, Where often I've been cheery;/10(2).
  6. Mazubar says:
    Mormond Braes by The Ledger: Gillian Frame & Findlay Napier, released As I gaed doon by Strichen Toon I heard a fair maid mourning An she was makin’ sair complaint At her true love ne’er returning Sae fare ye weel ye Mormond Braes Where aft-times I’ve been cheery Fare ye weel ye Mormond Braes For it’s there I lost my dearie Oh I’ll pit on ma goon o’ green As a forsaken token As’ .
  7. Tojaran says:
    Mormond Braes (I) DESCRIPTION: A (lass/lad) laments a lost sweetheart, (who promised to marry but proved fickle). At last (she) says she will find another sweetheart elsewhere. "So fare ye weel, ye Mormond braes, Where after I've been cheerie.
  8. Dat says:
    Fare ye weel ye Mormond Braes, For it's there I lost my dearie. There's many a horse has snappert an' fa'en And risen again fu' rarely. There's many a lass has lost her lad And gotten another right early. So fare ye weel, ye Mormond Braes, Where often I've been cheery; Fare ye weel ye Mormond Braes, For it's there I lost my dearie.

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