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Title:

Hughie Graham (1)

Tune:`8.G6A/2bB8.A6G/4GD8.G6A/   (Plaine and Easie code)
Plaine and Easie code beginning on C: ``8.C6D/2bE8.D6C/4C`G``8.C6D/
Listen:MP3
Key signature:bBE
Time Signature:3/4
Length (no. of bars):16
Verses and lines:14 x 4 S
Bibliographic references: Graham, G. F. Popular Songs of Scotland, p.104, 1887
Johnson, J. Scots M.M. IV p.312, no.303, [1792]
Napier, W. Selection III, p.42, [1795]
Smith, R. A. Scotish Minstrel IV, p.22, [1824]
Thomson, G. Sel. Coll. Set 4, p.85, [1799]
Related names: Graham, G. F. (George Farquhar), 1789-1867.
Johnson, James, ca.1750-1811.
Napier, William, 1740?-1812.
Smith, Robert Archibald, 1780-1829.
Thomson, Mr. (George), 1757-1851.
Versions:

Song title: Hughie Graham
First words: Alas! The sunny hours are past
Tune title: Farewell to Ayr
References: Thomson, G. Sel. Coll. Set 4, p.85, [1799] ;

Song title: Hughie Graham
First words: Our lords are to the mountains gane
References: Johnson, J. Scots M.M. IV p.312, no.303, [1792] ; Johnson, J. Scots M.M. IV p.312, no.303, [1792] ; Napier, W. Selection III, p.42, [1795] ; Smith, R. A. Scotish Minstrel IV, p.22, [1824] ; Graham, G. F. Popular Songs of Scotland, p.104, 1887 ;

Song title: Hughie Graham
First words: The gloomy night is gathering fast
References: Thomson, G. Sel. Coll. Set 4, p.85, [1799] ;

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