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The wee cooper o' Fife

First line:
There was a wee cooper wha lived in Fife
composer
traditional Scottish ballad
arranger
author of text

 
A traditional Scottish ballad telling a traditional tale of gentility tamed. The comprehensible words relate the narrative, the others are picturesque vocables meaning little or much according to inflection.

from notes by John Currie © 2000

Recordings

Songs of Scotland
CDH55336

Details

Track 33 on CDH55336 [1'45]

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