Annie Laurie. Ballad
Piano and voice
Arranged by Finlay Dun & John Thomson. Couples, Dwellings, Mountains, Country life, Baskets, Courtship, Love, Dialects. Lester S. Levy Collection. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.2109).
Item Number: LV.2109
Annie Laurie. Ballad. From the "Vocal Melodies of Scotland. Arranged by Finlay Dun & John Thomson. Published [n.d.] by C. Jefferys, 21 Soho Square in London. Composition of strophic with piano and voice instrumentation. Subject headings for this piece include Couples, Dwellings, Mountains, Country life, Baskets, Courtship, Love, Dialects. First line reads "Maxwellton braes are bonnie, where early fa's the dew.".
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