Ae Fond Kiss - Traditional Scottish Song
by Traditional
Small Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Small Ensemble Guitar,Piano,Vocal,Voice - Level 1 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.845617

Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Robert Newth. Celtic,Contemporary,Folk,Irish,Multicultural,Wedding,World. Score. 3 pages. Robert Newth #3582703. Published by Robert Newth (A0.845617).

The most recorded of all of Robert Burns' songs, Ae Fond Kiss is a love song which he wrote in 1791. Set to the tune Rory Dalls' Port, this melody is now more famously associated with the song. The song is often sung by Scottish performers, and would be a perfect addition to any singer's repertoire.

Lyrics to all three verses are included along with a suggested piano part, although if you'd prefer, you can play the chords on the guitar or on any other instrument. There is also a separate lead sheet with the melody, lyrics and chords.

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