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Title:

Highland Queen, The

Tune:`8A/8.xF6A``8.D6xF/4.D`8A/   (Plaine and Easie code)
Plaine and Easie code beginning on C: ``8C/`8.A``6C8.F6A/4.F8C/
Additional Information:Words and tune by Mrs MacVicar
Listen:MP3
Key signature:xFC
Time Signature:2/4
Length (no. of bars):26
Verses and lines:4 x 6
Bibliographic references: Abrams, H. Coll. Of Scotch Songs, p.26 [1787]
Butler, T. H. Sel. Coll. P.8 [c.1800]
Dale, J. Collection III, p.116, [1795]
Edinburgh Magazine, p.163, vol.2, 1758
Johnson, J. Scots M.M. I, p.1, [1787]
Musical Miscellany, p.311, 1786
Sime, D. Edin. Musical Miscellany I, p.154, 1792
Related names: Abrams, Harriet, 1760-1825
Butler, T. H.
Dale, Joseph, 1750-1821.
Johnson, James, ca.1750-1811.
Sime, D. (David), d. 1807.
Versions:

Song title: The Highland Queen
First words: No more my songs shall be ye swains
References: Edinburgh Magazine, p.163, vol.2, 1758 ; Edinburgh Magazine, p.163, vol.2, 1758 ; Musical Miscellany, p.311, 1786 ; Johnson, J. Scots M.M. I, p.1, [1787] ; Abrams, H. Coll. Of Scotch Songs, p.26 [1787] ; Dale, J. Collection III, p.116, [1795] ; Sime, D. Edin. Musical Miscellany I, p.154, 1792 ;

Song title: The Highland Queen
First words: Ye muses mine O lend your aid
References: Butler, T. H. Sel. Coll. P.8 [c.1800] ;

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