Màiri Bhàn Òg (Mary, Young And Fair)
Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Julia Gordon. World, Folk, European, Celtic. 1 pages. Published by Julia Gordon (S0.259577).
Item Number: S0.259577
Màiri Bhàn Òg (Mary, Young and Fair) A slow air from the Scottish Gaelic tradition with an early appearance in print in Capt. Simon Fraser’s 1745 collection, 'The Airs and Melodies Peculiar to the Highlands of Scotland and the Isles'. Believed to have been written by Duncan Bàn MacIntyre (1724-1812) of Glen Orchy, Argyll, one of the most renowned of Scottish Gaelic poets of the 18th Century. A love song composed to his wife, young fair-haired Màiri. He uses images of a forest and one beautiful stately tree, growing only for him.
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