The best Scottish songs are sad songs. Chill Eastern Wind is the mournful lament of a heart-broken lad who lost his fickle love.
Little Bridget Flynn is a haunting tune of an ages old conflict between bachelor sons and their matrimony-minded parents. Even though the song is 200 years old, the message still resonates today.
The sly fox (we're sure he's Scottish) raids a farm for some dinner to take back to his family. Although the poem is from the 15th century, it's still a lot of fun to sing today. All fox pictures courtesy of our talented friends at Yeates Photography https://yeates-photography.pixels.com/ Please check out their other photography work from Teton National and Yellowstone National Parks.
Part 1 - Featuring
Come and Be Welcome
Child in the Manger
Cliffs of Moher, The
All Hail to the Days
Restroom Door Said Gentlemen, The
Mary's Boy Child
Star Above the Garter, The
All Through the Night
Little Dummer Boy / Peace on Earth
Star in the East
Si Beag Si Mhor
We were caught on camera during Max White's road trip to the Malad Valley Welsh Festival. See 5:00 minute mark.