Tunes to Share Book 3 - Isobel Mieras A collection of Traditional, Scottish, Irish & Gaelic melodies arranged for two small harps £10.00 Quantity: at £10.00 each Add To Basket 0 in your basket View Basket Checkout Standard: Intermediate Harp Type: Lever Harp Supplied as: Harp Part 1 & 2 Come under my Plaidie Chro Chinn t-‘s Aile Fagail Liosmor Cold and Raw Katie Bairdie Sheebeg and Sheemore A’ Chuthag The Sugar Brook Farewell to Fiunary Some notes on the tunes: Come under my PlaidieAn old song air with an interesting invitation to a young lady. Chro Chinn t-'s AileThe Cattlefold of Kintail is a Gaelic air, reflecting the peace and calm of the summer pastures. Fagail LiosmorLeaving Lismore is a Gaelic song tune composed by Margaret Martin Hardie. It should be played with a sense of pride in long flowing phrases — not as a waltz as it is often heard! Cold and RawThis old time, used by Burns for his poem Up in the Morning Early was well known in England as well as Scotland and at one time was used by the composer, Henry Purcell. Katie BairdieThis is both a dance tune and a children's rhyme. Sheebeg and SheemoreThe Little and the Great Mountain is a delightful Irish tune attributed to O' Carolan. A'ChuthagThe Cuckoo — Gaelic and self-explanatory! The Sugar BrookAnother cheerful little Gaelic song tune which makes a good companion piece to A' Chuthag. Farewell to FiunaryWell known as a Gaelic song, sung by emigrants reluctantly forced to leave their native land.