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Parlophone X/E/R 3000 Series

  3900 to 4050

Cat# Artist Title Composer Recorded Released
E-3900 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey Jarvey, The - - pre~1932
E-3900 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey The Dead Cert - - pre~1932
E-3901 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Cumha Mhic Criomain - - pre~1932
E-3901 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Mo Run Geal Dileas - - pre~1932
E-3902 Kenneth MacRae (tenor)  Bhirlinn Bharrach      
E-3902 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) C''ait an caidil an ribhinn      
E-3903 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Ho ro mo nighean donn bhodheach      
E-3903 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Mairi bhodheach      
E-3904 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Bha mi''n de Beinn Dorain      
E-3904 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) A chuthag      
E-3905 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Oran mor Mhic Leoid      
E-3905 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Mo dhachaidh      
E-3906 Kenneth MacRae, Margrat Duncan and Company Piana ur Mhairi Chamrain Part 1 - - pre~1932
E-3906 Kenneth MacRae, Margrat Duncan and Company Piana ur Mhairi Chamrain Part 2 - - pre~1932
E-3907 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Fear a Bhata - - pre~1932
E-3907 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Nighean Donn Mo Ribhinn Og - - pre~1932
E-3908 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Mo Shuil a''d Dheigh - - pre~1932
E-3908 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Gur Gile Mo Leannan - - pre~1932
E-3909 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Falt Trom, Trom, Dualach - - pre~1932
E-3909 Margrat Duncan (soprano) Fhir a Dheirias am Bealach - - pre~1932
E-3910 Jimmy O''Dea (of Dublin; Comedian) The Belle of Grafton Street - - pre-Oct1933
E-3910 Jimmy O''Dea (of Dublin; Comedian) A Topical Song - - pre-Oct1933
E-3911 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Mrs Mulligan and Charlie - - pre-Oct1933
E-3911 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Mrs Mulligan buys a Turkey - - pre-Oct1933
E-3912 Jimmy O''Dea (of Dublin; Comedian) Queens of the bucket and brush - - pre-Oct1933
E-3912 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Mrs Mulligan''s motor car - - pre-Oct1933
E-3913 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey Mulcahy At The International - - pre~1932
E-3913 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey Mulcahy As A Policeman - - pre~1932
E-3914 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey Mulcahy Minds The Baby - - pre~1932
E-3914 Colman Forbes and Jimmy Harvey Mulcahy''s Freaks - - pre~1932
E-3915 Scottish Troubadours, The McCall''s Wedding Part 1 - - pre~1932
E-3915 Scottish Troubadours, The McCall''s Wedding Part 2+D1572 - - pre~1932
E-3916 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) My Land - - pre~1932
E-3916 Kenneth MacRae (tenor) Way up in Clachan - - pre~1932
E-3917 Pipe Band of H.M. 2nd Batt. Scots Guards The Stirlingshire Militia, The back of Benachie - - pre~1932
E-3917 Pipe Band of H.M. 2nd Batt. Scots Guards The 93rd''s Farewell to Edinburgh,The Athol and Breadalbane Gathering - - pre~1932
E-3918 Pipe Band of H.M. 2nd Batt. Scots Guards Highland Brigade''s March to Helibron,The Devil Amoung The Tailors - - pre~1932
E-3918 Pipe Band of H.M. 2nd Batt. Scots Guards Campbell Farewell to Glendale,Aberlour House, The High road to Linton - - pre~1932
E-3919 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Since Jesus came into my Heart - - pre~1932
E-3919 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Jesus the very thought of Thee - - pre~1932
E-3920 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) When the cold breath of Sorrow - - pre~1932
E-3920 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Jesus is standing in Pilates Hall - - pre~1932
E-3921 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) I sing the love of God my Father - - pre~1932
E-3921 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) My Lord has garments so wonderous fine - - pre~1932
E-3922 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Nor Silver nor Gold - - pre~1932
E-3922 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) I have a Shepherd - - pre~1932
E-3923 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) He is seeking for the Lost - - pre~1932
E-3923 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Come sing the sweet song - - pre~1932
E-3924 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) Come near me my Saviour - - pre~1932
E-3824 Gavin McNair (Gospel singer) I have heard of Jesus in Bethlehem born - - pre~1932
E-3925 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Gaol Nan Cruinneag - - pre~1932
E-3925 Neil MacLean (Tenor) A T-Alltan Dubh - - pre~1932
E-3926 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Griogal Cridhe - - pre~1932
E-3926 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Locha Treig - - pre~1932
E-3927 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Nic-Coiseam - - pre~1932
E-3927 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Cruachan Beann - - pre~1932
E-3928 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Smi''m Shuidhe ''m Onar - - pre~1932
E-3928 Neil MacLean (Tenor) a. Mairi Bhan b.Ho Ro Gu''n Togainn+D1490 - - pre~1932
E-3929 Neil MacLean (Tenor) a.Fionphort Ferry b.The Island Herdmaid (Songs of The Hebrides) - - pre~1932
E-3929 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Song of The Passing Soul (Songs of The North Volume 3) - - pre~1932
E-3930 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Loch Tay Boat Song (Songs of The North Volume 3) - - pre~1932
E-3930 Neil MacLean (Tenor) Kelphope Glen (Songs of The North Volume 3) - - pre~1932
E-3931 Jenny M B Currie and Neil MacLean Si Mo Leannan An Te Ur - - pre~1932
E-3931 Jenny M B Currie and Neil MacLean S Toigh Lean an Ciobair - - pre~1932
E-3932 Jenny M B Currie Caidil Gu Sunndach - - pre~1932
E-3932 Jenny M B Currie Tha''n Samhradh Air Tighinn - - pre~1932
E-3933 Jenny M B Currie O''s Tu''s Gura Tu Th''air Maire - - pre~1932
E-3933 Jenny M B Currie Och Nan Och,Tha Mi Fo Mhulad - - pre~1932
E-3934 Jenny M B Currie (Piano) Stirling Castle,Cameron''s got his wife again - - pre~1932
E-3934 Jenny M B Currie (Piano) Mrs Macdonald of Dunach,Maggie Cameron - - pre~1932
E-3935 Nan McInnes Goal An T''Seoladair - - pre~1932
E-3935 Nan McInnes An Teid Thu Leam Do Mhuile - - pre~1932
E-3936 Nan McInnes Se Mo Cheist an Ghille Donn - - pre~1932
E-3936 Nan McInnes Gur Roch Rinn Mi Dusgadh - - pre~1932
E-3937 Nan McInnes Mo Ghille Dubh - - pre~1932
E-3937 Nan McInnes Muile Nam MorBheann - - pre~1932
E-3938 Pipers of 1st Batt. Scots Guards Frae Scotia''s Hills and Glens Part 1 - - pre~1932
E-3938 Pipers of 1st Batt. Scots Guards Frae Scotia''s Hills and Glens Part 2 - - pre~1932
E-3939 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Vote for Batchelors - - Feb-32
E-3939 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Wait till we win the Sweep - - -
E-3940 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Crossing The Border: The North Side - - Feb-32
E-3940 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Crossing The Border: The South Side - - -
E-3941 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne) Bella Houston      
E-3941 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne)  Tying up tie      
E-3942 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne)   ''Enery      
E-3942 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne) Whistle it      
E-3943 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne)   I love bonnie Dunoon      
E-3943 Sylvia Watt (Scots comedienne)   Born unlucky      
E-3944 Ballinskill Dance Players, The Maid among the roses, The; Shannon breeze (reels)      
E-3944 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Rambling pitchfork, The; Maid of Glenroe (jigs)      
E-3945 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Miss Thornton, Chase, The (reels)      
E-3945 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Gillian''s apples (double jig)      
E-3946 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Queen of the fair (double jig)      
E-3946 Ballinskill Dance Players, The Flogging; Whelan''s (reels)      
E-3947 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Knocknagow; Fowling piece (reels)      
E-3947 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Carraroe; Lambert''s (jigs)      
E-3948 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Shaskeen; Green blanket (reels)      
E-3948 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Honeysuckle; Pound Hill (hornpipes)      
E-3949 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Mills are grinding, The; Milliner''s daughter (reels)      
E-3949 Ballinskill Dance Players, The   Ricks and Byrnes (hornpipes)      
E-3950 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) That Sweet Story of Old Luke-West - pre-Oct1933
E-3950 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) Tis Jesus Harkness - pre-Oct1933
E-3951 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) I got a home in dat rock Burleigh - pre-Oct1933
E-3951 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) Po'' lil brack Sheep Maunder - pre-Oct1933
E-3952 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) I gave my life for thee Havergal-Jude - pre-Oct1933
E-3952 Jaques Hopkins (Gospel Singer) Take my life and let it be (Consecration) Havergal-Jude - pre-Oct1933
E-3953 Dorothy Alwynne (violin) Scottish airs selection - Part 1      
E-3953 Dorothy Alwynne (violin) Scottish airs selection - Part 2      
E-3954 Dorothy Alwynne (violin) Scottish airs selection - Part 3      
E-3954 Dorothy Alwynne (violin) Scottish airs selection - Part 4      
E-3955 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan The Copper and the Lad - - pre-Oct1933
E-3955 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Evicting Mrs Mulligan - - pre-Oct1933
E-3956 Jimmy O''Dea (of Dublin; Comedian) McGilligan''s youngest daughter Maggie May - - pre-Oct1933
E-3956 Jimmy O''Dea (of Dublin; Comedian) Mrs Mulligan wins the Sweep - - pre-Oct1933
E-3957 Jack Anthony (comedian) Impressions - Part 1: Tommy Lorne; Charlie Kemball; Dave Willis      
E-3957 Jack Anthony (comedian) Impressions - Part 2: Ike Freedman; Tommy Morgan; Harry Lauder      
E-3958 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Here''s a health tae Auld Scotland - - pre-Oct1933
E-3958 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Keep the flag flying high - - pre-Oct1933
E-3959 Denis Cox (tenor) De bheatha corp mo riogh      
E-3959 Denis Cox (tenor) Dia le n''ar bPapa      
E-3960 Denis Cox (tenor) Mo gradhsa mo dhia      
E-3960 Denis Cox (tenor) Areir is me as machtuamh      
E-3961 Denis Cox (tenor) Ireland, Mother Ireland      
E-3961 Denis Cox (tenor) Dear land       
E-3962 Denis Cox (tenor) Maili San Seoirse      
E-3962 Denis Cox (tenor) Amhran na n iogant oi ei      
E-3963 Tommy Morgan (comedian) Oh! Clairty, clairty      
E-3963 Tommy Morgan (comedian) Four masted cruiser, The      
E-3964 Tommy Yorke and Tommy Morgan Sir Walter Raleigh - Part 1      
E-3964 Tommy Yorke and Tommy Morgan Sir Walter Raleigh - Part 2       
E-3965 Neil McLean (tenor) Peigi''s a mhonadh      
E-3965 Neil McLean (tenor) Cathair a'' Chul-Chinn      
E-3966 Neil McLean (tenor) ''S e mo bheach ''l ort, a bhais      
E-3966 Neil McLean (tenor) An ataireachd ard a chuan      
E-3967 Neil McLean (tenor) Thug mi''n oidhche''n raoir sunndach      
E-3967 Neil McLean (tenor) ''N uair a chiuinnich lad      
E-3968 Neil McLean (tenor) Caol Muile (Thu music of Mull)      
E-3968 Neil McLean (tenor) Briocais Mhic Ruairidh      
E-3969 Neil McLean (tenor) Dhealaich mise ''Nochd ri m'' leannan      
E-3969 Neil McLean (tenor) Mairi mheall-shuileach      
E-3970 Neil McLean (tenor) Rosebud by my early walk, A      
E-3970 Neil McLean (tenor) Sound the pibroch      
E-3971 Neil McLean (tenor) Glennfinnan      
E-3971 Neil McLean (tenor) Mull fisher''s love song      
E-3972 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Mo chubhrachan      
E-3972 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) ''S e''n t-Eilean Uain Ileach      
E-3973 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Gur milis Morag      
E-3973 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Miann an eilthirich      
E-3974 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Oran air bhar Chuibec      
E-3974 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Na puinneagan      
E-3975 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Oor ain glen      
E-3975 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Castle of Dromore, The      
E-3976 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Yellow haired laddie, The      
E-3976 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Bonnie George Campbell      
E-3977 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) 74th Farewell to Edinburgh (march); Clach na Cudain (strathspey); Miss Girdle (reel)      
E-3977 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) Marchioness of Huntley (strathspey); Perthshire Volunteers (strathspey); Lady Madeline Sinclair (strathspey); High road to Linton (reel)      
E-3978 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan The Mulligans and The McGilligans (''Laugh Irish") Part 1 - - pre-Oct1933
E-3978 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan The Mulligans and The McGilligans (''Laugh Irish") Part 2 - - pre-Oct1933
E-3979 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Home with the Milk - - pre-Oct1933
E-3979 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Mrs Mulligan takes a Lodger - - pre-Oct1933
E-3980 Denis Cox (tenor) Ninepenny fiddle, The      
E-3980 Denis Cox (tenor) Cork leg, The      
E-3981 Denis Cox (tenor) Garden where the praties grow, The      
E-3981 Denis Cox (tenor) Blackbird, The      
E-3982 Denis Cox (tenor) Slievenamon      
E-3982 Denis Cox (tenor) Molly O''Brien      
E-3983 Denis Cox (tenor) An fhuiseog      
E-3983 Denis Cox (tenor) Druimin donn dilis      
E-3984 Denis Cox (tenor) Maidean i mBeara      
E-3984 Denis Cox (tenor) Rose Catha na nGaedhal      
E-3985 Denis Cox (tenor) Ceann dubh dilis      
E-3985 Denis Cox (tenor) Finghin ua Donnchadha an Ghleanna      
E-3986 Denis Cox (tenor) Suantraidhe      
E-3986 Denis Cox (tenor) Cailin na gruaige donne      
E-3987 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Now Phoebus sinketh in the West      
E-3987 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Love''s request      
E-3988 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) The Bonnie Wee Widow - - pre-Oct1933
E-3988 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Highland Mary Burns - pre-Oct1933
E-3989 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) It''s a sprig o'' Purple Heather McFarlane - pre-Oct1933
E-3989 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) The Valley where The Leven flows McFarlane - pre-Oct1933
E-3990 Robert Wilson (tenor) Border ballad      
E-3990 Robert Wilson (tenor) Ae fond kiss      
E-3991 Robert Wilson (tenor) Bonnie Lass of Ballochmyle      
E-3991 Robert Wilson (tenor) Gae bring tae ma a pint o'' wine      
E-3992 William Hannah Trio Memories of Burns (march)      
E-3992 William Hannah Trio Memories of Burns (waltz)      
E-3993 William Hannah (accordion solo) Torryburn lassies (country dance)      
E-3993 William Hannah (accordion solo) Spinning wheel, The (waltz)      
E-3994 William Hannah (accordion solo) Flora MacDonald      
E-3994 William Hannah (accordion solo) Adios (Spanish waltz)      
E-3995 William Hannah (accordion solo) St Bernard''s waltz      
E-3995 William Hannah (accordion solo) Loudon''s bonnie woods      
E-3996 Willie Lindsay and Cissie Lang (Scottish comedians) Pey nicht      
E-3996 Willie Lindsay and Cissie Lang (Scottish comedians) Nicht o'' the party, The      
E-3997 Jack Anthony (Scottish comedian) King of the Hielans, The Anthony    
E-3997 Jack Anthony (Scottish comedian) Peter MacPherson Anthony    
E-3998 J C Lawrence (Scottish comedian) I never work on Monday      
E-3998 J C Lawrence (Scottish comedian) Wedding, The      
E-3999 J C Lawrence (Scottish comedian) Delicate man, The      
E-3999 J C Lawrence (Scottish comedian) Scots M.P., The      
E-4000 J C Lawrance (Scottish comedian) Canada for me      
E-4000 J C Lawrance (Scottish comedian) Choirmaster, The      
E-4001 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Glen Aros; Jean o'' Bath (strathspeys)      
E-4001 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Two Highland airs      
E-4002 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Atholl Highlanders farewell; Loch Katrine; Miss Lyall (strathspeys)      
E-4002 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Miss MacLeod (reel)      
E-4003 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Sordiah (Farewell)      
E-4003 Hugh MacMillan (violin solo) Auld Robin Grey; Rachael Rae; Loch Earn (reels)      
E-4004 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) My Faithful Fair One Trans. Whyte - pre-Oct1933
E-4004 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) A Wee Bit Slippery Stane Nimmo - pre-Oct1933
E-4005 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) My Nannie Oh! Burns - pre-Oct1933
E-4005 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) The Yellow Haired Laddie - - pre-Oct1933
E-4006 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Jenny''s Bawbee Bosell-Diack - pre-Oct1933
E-4006 Ian MacPherson (Baritone) Memories Dear Ewart-Gleadhill - pre-Oct1933
E-4007 Tommy Yorke and Tommy Morgan (comedians) Tommy goes to the match - Part 1 Morgan    
E-4007 Tommy Yorke and Tommy Morgan (comedians) Tommy goes to the match - Part 2  Morgan    
E-4008 Tommy Yorke (comedian) Stoney broke in no-man''s-land      
E-4008 Tommy Yorke (comedian) Waiting at the end of the road I Berlin    
E-4009 William Hannah Trio Slaidburn march      
E-4009 William Hannah Trio Donauwellen (waltz)      
E-4010 William Hannah Trio Jennie''s black e''e (waltz)      
E-4010 William Hannah Trio Savoy American medley, The      
E-4011 William Hannah Trio Autumn leaves (waltz)      
E-4011 William Hannah Trio Athletic march      
E-4012 William Hannah Trio Sunset on the St Lawrence (waltz)      
E-4012 William Hannah Trio Blaze away (march)      
E-4013 William Hannah Trio Old Irish medley (march)      
E-4013 William Hannah Trio Old Irish medley )waltz)      
E-4014 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Tartan chorus, The      
E-4014 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Press cuttings      
E-4015 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Barlinnie Hotel, The - Part 1      
E-4015 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Barlinnie Hotel, The - Part 2       
E-4016 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Good Ship Tenpenny, The - Part 1      
E-4016 Biggar and Weir (Scottish comedians) Good Ship Tenpenny, The - Part 2      
E-4017 Pipe-Major Pollock Highland Fling, The - Part 1      
E-4017 Pipe-Major Pollock Highland Fling, The - Part 2       
E-4018 Pipe-Major Pollock Sword Dance, The - Part 1      
E-4018 Pipe-Major Pollock Sword Dance, The - Part 2       
E-4019 Pipe-Major Pollock Sean Trubhais - Part 1      
E-4019 Pipe-Major Pollock Sean Trubhais - Part 2      
E-4020 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan with Connie Ryan Football and Wives Part 1 - - pre-Oct1933
E-4020 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan with Connie Ryan Football and Wives Part 2 - - pre-Oct1933
E-4021 Jimmy O''Dea and Connie Ryan Plumbers Part 1 (Amateur) - - pre-Oct1933
E-4021 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan and Connie Ryan Plumbers Part 2 (Professional) - - pre-Oct1933
E-4022 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan with Connie Ryan A Legal Separation - - pre-Oct1933
E-4022 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan with Connie Ryan Marrying Mary - - pre-Oct1933
E-4023 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan with Connie Ryan Evolution - - pre-Oct1933
E-4023 Jimmy O''Dea and Harry O''Donovan Mrs Mulligan is bitten - - pre-Oct1933
E-4024 Jack Merton (vocal) Lough Erne      
E-4024 Jack Merton (vocal) Cushendun      
E-4025 Gladys De Marr Down Among The Sugar Cane - - pre-Oct1935
E-4025 Gladys De Marr Dixie Wedding - - pre-Oct1935
E-4026 Gladys De Marr Silver Rose - - pre-Oct1935
E-4026 Gladys De Marr Tommy Jones - - pre-Oct1935
E-4027 Gladys De Marr Mammy Mine - - pre-Oct1935
E-4027 Gladys De Marr Cotton Moon - - pre-Oct1935
E-4028 Dave Willis (comedian) What a rotten song      
E-4028 Dave Willis (comedian) I caught two cods cuddling      
E-4029 Dave Willis and Alec Ascot (comedians) Sailors, The Part 1      
E-4029 Dave Willis and Alec Ascot (comedians) Sailors, The Part 2      
E-4030 Dave Willis and Alec Ascot (comedians) Bonnie wee barn o'' Ayus      
E-4030 Dave Willis and Alec Ascot (comedians) Away upo Ky      
E-4031 Neil McLean (tenor) Am fiadh      
E-4031 Neil McLean (tenor) Am fonn      
E-4032 Neil McLean (tenor) Chailin mhaiseach dhonn      
E-4032 Neil McLean (tenor) Nach neonach mi ''gad chaoineadh      
E-4033 Neil McLean (tenor) Tirodh an eona      
E-4033 Neil McLean (tenor) Mo nighean dubh      
E-4034 Neil McLean (tenor) Fhuair mi naideachd as ur      
E-4034 Neil McLean (tenor) Mairi bhan og      
E-4035 Neil McLean (tenor) Gur a mis tha fo phramh      
E-4035 Neil McLean (tenor) Hugaibh air nighean donn      
E-4036 Neil McLean (tenor) Nighean donn a'' chuailein an fheidh      
E-4036 Neil McLean (tenor) Thogainn fonn air lorg an fheidh      
E-4037 Neil McLean (tenor) Mo roghainn''s mo run      
E-4037 Neil McLean (tenor) Oran luathaidh      
E-4038 Neil McLean (tenor) Shame on ye gallants; Come off to the moor      
E-4038 Neil McLean (tenor) Katherine Logie      
E-4039 Neil McLean (tenor) Braes aboon Bonawe, The      
E-4039 Neil McLean (tenor) O wat ye wha''s in yon town      
E-4040 Neil McLean (tenor) O, welcome dear Scotland      
E-4040 Neil McLean (tenor) There was a lass and she was fair      
E-4041 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Griogal cridge      
E-4041 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) ''S mi siubhal fasaich      
E-4042 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Suileagan nan oigh      
E-4042 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Seinn o ho ro seinn      
E-4043 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Eriskay love lilt      
E-4043 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Leezie Lindsay      
E-4044 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) An gleann ''san roidh mi og      
E-4044 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Oganaich an or fhuilt bhuidhe      
E-4045 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Peigi Ros      
E-4045 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Faigh a nuas dhuinn am botul      
E-4046 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Durisdeer      
E-4046 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) My Willie and me      
E-4047 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) Green leaves      
E-4047 Jenny M B Currie (soprano) My prince      
E-4048 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) My drouthie Carl (march); The maid of the black glen; The kilt is my delight      
E-4048 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) Hon. Elspeth Campbell (march); Climbing Druquaish; Duntorn reel      
E-4049 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) Dornock links (march); 24th KSCB March; The Midlothian Pipe Band      
E-4049 Jenny M B Currie (piano solo) Lady Ann Hope (strathspey); The Duke of Gordon''s birthday; Lord Seaforth      

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