A comprehensive bibliography of sources consulted in the course of research for this book would turn it into an encyclopaedia, and a multi-volume encyclopaedia at that. The bibliography that follows does, however, endeavour to give good source information for those publications cited, or used in reaching conclusions in the main text. For ease of reference, it is divided into three sections:


Main Burns editions cited.


Sources for songs and tunes where no editor or author is named on the edition, including editions of Burns’s works, where no editor is given.


Other sources, including music/song sources and secondary literature, using the Author-Date system.

In Bibliography II, shelfmarks to editions consulted are often included, since so many of these sources are easily confused and/or difficult to trace. Other libraries may well have the same publications. Where it seemed necessary, I have also added shelfmarks to sources in Bibliography III.

Where exact dates are given for a source or publication, these are either stated on the source itself, or have been dated reliably by the holding library. Where two dates are given, with the second in brackets, this is the date of original publication.

Manuscript sources, newspaper reports, playbills, and websites are referenced at the appropriate point in the main text only.

Abbreviations used are as follows:



British Library


Deutsches Volksliedarchiv


Edinburgh University Library


Glasgow University Library


Mitchell Library Glasgow


Library of Congress


National Library of Scotland



no (other) publishing details stated or traceable

Bibliography I: Main Burns Editions Cited


Kinsley, James (ed.), 1968, The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, 3 vols (Oxford: Clarendon Press).


Ferguson, J. DeLancey (ed.), rev. by G. Ross Roy, 1985, The Letters of Robert Burns, 2 vols, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Clarendon Press).

Bibliography II: Musical and Poetical Sources without Author/Editor Names

1730, The Musical Miscellany, vol. IV (London: John Watts).

1765, The Lark. Being a Select Collection of the Most Celebrated and Newest Songs in Scots and English (Edinburgh: W. Gordon, Bookseller in Parliament Close).

1778, The Scots Nightingale, or, Edinburgh Vocal Miscellany... (Edinburgh: James Murray, Parliament Square, 1778). NLS shelf mark [Ai].6/2.

1780s, The Universal Songster or Harmony and Innocence (London: Printed for W. Lane, Leadenhall Street).

1783, A Select Collection of English Songs in Three Volumes, Volume the Second (London: Printed for J. Johnson in St. Pauls Church-yard). NLS shelfmark RB.s.1964.

1784, The Young Free-Mason’s Assistant. Being a Choice Collection of Mason Songs: With a Variety of Toasts and Sentiments. To Which Are Added the Most Celebrated Songs, Scotch and English (Dumfries: Printed by Robert McLachlan for W. Chalmers). NLS shelf mark Alex.I.3.

1786/1, The Chearful Companion. Being a Select Collection of Favourite Scots and English Songs, Catches, &c. (Glasgow: Printed for the booksellers).

1786/2, The Musical Miscellany. A Select Collection of Scots, English and Irish Songs Set to Music (Perth: J. Brown).

1791, The Entertaining Songster, Consisting of a Selection of the Best Masonic Songs Now in Use Among the Very Worthy Brethren of Freemasonry (Aberdeen: A. Shirrefs).

1799, The Musical Repository: A Collection of Favourite Scotch, English, and Irish Songs, Set to Music (Glasgow: Printed by Alex. Adam, for A. Carrick, Bookseller, Saltmarket).

ca. 1800/1, Poor Jack, Admiral Nelson’s Victory, Auld Lang Syne, Poor Dog Tray, Poor Tom, and Roy’s Wife of Aldivalloch (Newcastle: Printed by David Bass). BL shelfmark 11621.a.3/11.

ca. 1800/2, Six Excellent New Songs (Edinburgh: J. Morren). NLS shelfmark L. C. 2808.

1801, Poems by Robert Burns, with His Life and Character (Edinburgh: Oliver & Co.)

1802/1, Poems by Robert Burns, with his Life and Character (Dundee: F. Ray).

1802/2, Stewart’s Edition of Burns’s Poems. Including a Number of Original Pieces Not Hitherto Published [etc] (Glasgow: Printed and sold by Thos. Stewart & A. McGown [inside leaf lists Niven, Napier, and Knull as printers]).

ca. 1802, The Caledonian Museum, or The Beauties of Scottish Harmony […] (London: Printed by J. Longman, No. 131 Cheapside).

1805/1, Burns’ Celebrated Songs (Edinburgh: J. Robertson, Horse-Wynd).

1805/2, Works of the Late Celebrated Robert Burns, with a Sketch of His Life and Character (Edinburgh: J. Johnstone, 1805).

1805/3, The Caledonian Siren, or Little Chanter. A Choice Selection of Admired Scottish Songs (Edinburgh: Printed by T. Oliver, for James Lumsden & Son, Glasgow).

1806, A Garland of Admired New Songs (Morpeth: S. Wilkinson, 1806). BL shelfmark 11608AA28/57.

1807, The Poetical Works of Robert Burns (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd).

1808, The Poetical Works of Robert Burns, with His Life (Alnwick: Catnach and Davison).

1809, The Caledonian Musical Museum, or Complete Vocal Library of The Best Scotch Songs, Ancient and Modern, Embellished with a Portrait and Facsimile of the Hand-Writing of Burns, And Containing Upwards of Two Hundred Songs by that Immortal Bard, the Whole Edited by His Son (London: Printed for J. Dick).

1810/1, The Canary: A Collection of Scots, English, and Irish Songs. Chiefly from Burns, Ramsay, &c. &c. with Originals (Paisley: Printed for G. Caldwell, bookseller). NLS shelfmark L.C.2861.A(16).

1810/2, The Robin. A Collection of Scots Songs Chiefly from Burns (Paisley: Printed for George Caldwell, Bookseller, by J. Neilson). NLS shelfmark APS.2.86.4.

1810/3, The Jovial Songster, A New Selection of the Most Popular Scotch, English & Irish Songs, From Burns, and Other Celebrated Authors (Falkirk: T. Johnston).

ca. 1810/1 A Collection of New Songs (Newcastle: M. Angus & Son). BL shelfmark 11621.c.4/16.

ca. 1810/2, The Caledonian Museum. Containing a Favorite Collection of Ancient and Modern Scots Tunes Adapted to the German Flute or Violin (Edinburgh: Printed and sold by J. Hamilton, No. 24 North Bridge Street). NLS shelfmark Glen.153(4).

ca. 1810/3, Kate Kearney. With the Answer, Sandy Far Awa, The Tear, The Lass o’ Netherlee, and New Way of Auld Lang Syne (Stirling: Sold wholesale by J. Fraser & Co.). BL shelfmark 11621.b.12/53.

ca. 1810/4, Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot. Auld Langsyne. An Old Scotch Song. (Glasgow: Printed and sold by J. McFadyen).

1812/1, The Diamond Songster: Containing the Most Approved Lively Scottish Songs, vol. I (Baltimore: F. Lucas Jr.).

1812/2, The Diamond Songster: Containing the Most Approved Sentimental Scottish Songs, vol. II (Baltimore: F. Lucas Jr.).

ca. 1812–22, The Tired Soldier, to Which Are Added Mrs Hall, Auld Lang Syne, Begone Dull Care, Queen Mary’s Lamentation, The Death of Sally Roy, and Inconstant Sue (Greenock: William Scott). NLS shelfmark L.C.2853(8).

1815, The Poetical Works of the Late Robert Burns, with an Account of His Life (Edinburgh: Don & Grant, 1815).

ca. 1815, The Charms of Scottish Melody; A Selection of Favourite Songs; Adapted for the Voice, Piano Forte, German Flute, &c. (Edinburgh: Printed by and for Oliver & Boyd, Baron Grant’s Close, High Street).

1816, The Poetical Works of Robert Burns, to which Is Prefixed a Sketch of His Life (Edinburgh: James Sawers, 1816).

1817, The Goldfinch: A Collection of Favourite Scots and English Songs (Kilmarnock: Printed by H. Crawford).

ca. 1818/1, A Selection of Scots, English and Irish Songs, with Accompaniments for the Piano-Forte, From the Most Eminent Composers, Dedicated by Permission to Miss Margt. Violetta Pringle of Clifton (Edinburgh: Printed & sold by D. Robertson). NLS shelfmark Glen 8.

ca. 1818/2, Miniature Museum of Scotch Songs and Music, Written by Scots Poets, With & without Symphonies & Accompaniments, The Whole Arranged for the Voice and Piano-Forte By the Most Eminent Composers. Second Volume (Edinburgh: Printed by Walker and Anderson).

1819/1, The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, with a Life of the Author, Containing a Variety of Particulars, Drawn from Sources Inaccessible by Former Biographers (Air [sic]: Printed by Wilson, McCormick).

1819/2, Poems and Songs by Robert Burns (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd).

1819/3, The Lyric Muse of Robert Burns, Containing All His Songs, and Including The Jolly Beggars (Montrose: Printed by Smith & Hill for John Smith, Booksellers).

1819/4, The Musical Charmer: A Collection of Fashionable Songs, Scotch, English & Irish (Falkirk: Printed & sold by T. Johnston).

1819/5, Nightingale. A Collections of Choice Songs, Scots, English, and Irish, From Favourite Authors, Burns, Sen. and Jun. Tannahill, & c. (Paisley: Printed by J. Neilson).

ca. 1820/1, Six Popular Songs; viz: Donald Card. Gin a Body Meet a Body. Come Auld Acquaintance, Stop Awee. Donald Dunblane. The Thistle. Address to the Woodlark (Falkirk: R. Taylor). BL shelfmark

ca. 1820/2, The Caledonian Vocal Miscellany: Containing Modern and Ancient Scottish Songs (Edinburgh: Published by Oliver & Boyd, Netherow).

ca. 1820/3, The Arethusa; To which is added, Auld Langsyne, The Child of a Tar, The Willow Tree, and The Mariners of England (Glasgow: Published, and sold Wholesale and Retail, by R. Hutchison & Co, 10 Saltmarket).

ca. 1820/4, Molly Astore: Together with Murrough O’Monaghan, Auld Lang Syne, The Minstrel Boy (Limerick: Printed by S. B. Goggin).

ca. 1820/5, The Exile of Erin. The Castilian Maid. Auld Lang Syne. The Farmer (Dublin: Sold at the Wholesale and Retail Book Warehouse, 3 Mary-street).

ca. 1820/6, A Collection of Popular Songs: viz. Of A’ the Airts the Wind Can Blaw. Tak Your Auld Cloak About Ye. Wap Your Wealth Thegither. Auld Langsyne (Edinburgh: Printed for the Booksellers in Town and Country).

ca. 1820/7, Three Excellent Songs. Birniebouzle. Robie and Jeanie. To Which Is Added, The New Way of Auld Langsyne (Peterhead: Printed by P. Buchan).

ca. 1820/8, Auld Lang Syne or Should Acquaintance [sic] Be Forgot, the Favourite Scotch Air. Sung by Mr. Sinclair in Rob Roy MacGregor (London: Preston).

ca. 1820/9, Auld Lang Syne, as Sung by Mr. Sinclair. In the Opera of Rob Roy Macgregor (London: Printed for G. Shade).

1825, The Vocal Wreath, A Collection of the Most Approved, English, Scotch & Irish Songs, Including the Newest and Most Popular Songs, That Are Now Singing at the Different Places of Public Amusement (London: Printed for J. Evans and Song by B. Potherby, Louth).

1829, The Universal Songster, or, Museum of Mirth, vol. II (London: Published by Jones and Co., Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square).

1830/1, Auld Lang Syne (Dublin: Printed by R. Milliken & Son for private use). NLS shelfmark APS.1.80.74.

1830/2, Indian Philosopher, and Auld Lang Syne–Second Part. (Boston: L. Deming). BL shelfmark 11630.f.7/13.

ca. 1830/1, Auld Langsyne, an Admired Scotch Song Arranged for the Piano-Forte. As Sung with Unbounded Applause by Mr Sinclair in Rob Roy MacGregor at the Theatre Royal Edinburgh. Second Edition. (Edinburgh: Alexander Robertson).

ca. 1830/1, Murder of Joseph White (Boston: L. Deming). LOC digital ID as109040.

1831, [John Bull shaking the hand of a sick man; satirizing Wellington’s illness and depression due to political strain] (London: Thos. McLean). Wellcome Library Iconographic Collections, system no. b1160413x.

ca. 1831, The Sorrowful Husband. To Which Are Added, The New Way of Auld Langsyne, and Tarry Oh the Grinder (Peterhead: P. Buchan). BL shelfmark11621.b.15/39; the date is based on the NLS estimate.

ca. 1832, Factory Maid and the Clove-Hitch Knot (n.p.). LOC digital ID as103610.

1834, The Universal Songster, or, Museum of Mirth, vol. III (London: Published by Jones and Co., Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square).

1848, The Select Songs of Scotland, with the Melodies to Which they Are Sung (Glasgow: W. Hamilton).

ca. 1840s–1850s, Auld Lang Syne (New York: J. Andrews). LOC digital ID sb10012b.

1856, The Lyric Gems of Scotland (Glasgow: David Jack).

1858, The Lyric Gems of Scotland: A Collection of Scottish Songs, Original and Selected, With Music. Second Series (Glasgow: David Jack).

ca. 1858, Siege of Lucknow (New York: J. Andrews). LOC digital ID sb40476b.

ca. 1860s, John Bell of Tennessee (n.p.). LOC digital ID cw200260.

1905, Robert Burns, For Auld Lang Syne (London/New York: Ernest Nister/E.P. Dutton). NLS shelf mark T.8.g.

1908, Auld Lang Syne and Other Poems (London/New York: E. P. Dutton & Co.).

1909, We’re Here Because We’re Here (London: C. Sheard & Co.). BL shelfmark I.600.d./76.

1918, [U. S.] Army Songbook. Issued by the War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities and Compiled with the Assistance of the National Committee on Army and Navy Camp Music (n.p.)

1941, [U. S.] Army Songbook. Compiled by The Adjutant General’s Office in Collaboration with The Library of Congress and Published by Order of the Secretary of War, 2nd ed. (n.p.).

ca. 1943, Syng: Gesangbog for Danmark, 12th ed. (Odense: Flensteds Forlag).

1944, Pfadfinderinnen-Lieder (n.p.: Bund Schweizerischer Pfadfinderinnen).

ca. 1946, Jeunesse qui chant: 350 chansons anciennes (Paris: Les Éditions Ouvrières).

1948, Nordens Sångbok, issued by NORDEN Dansk forening for nordisk samarbejde/POHJOLA-NORDEN Forening i Finland för nordiskt samarbere/NORDEN Norsk forening for nordisk samarbeid/ NORDEN Svensk förening för nordiskt samarbete/NORRÆNA FJÉLAGID Island (Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansens Nodestik og Tryg).

1950, Arbejder Sangbogen, 5th ed. (Copenhagen: Forlaget Fremad).

1956, Der Kocher: Liederheft für die Jungengemeinschaft des Bundes Neudeutschland, part 1 (Boppard/Rhein: Fidula).

1957, Wir singen, issued by the Naturfreunde Jugend Deutschlands (Frankfurt: Verlag Schaffender Jugend).

1958, Hinaus und Hinauf: Ein Begleiter in die Ferienerholungen der Inneren Mission in Baden (Karlsruhe: Gesamtverband der Inneren Mission in Badens).

1959, Sangbog for forsvaret ([Copenhagen]: Forsvarsministeriet/Ministry of Defence).

1963, Lystige Viser, vol. I, 7th ed. (Copenhagen: Politikens Forlag).

1964, Folkehøjskolens Sangbog, issued by the Foreningen for Højskoler og Landbrugskoler (Odense: Foreningens Forlag).

1965, Die Mundorgel: Lieder für Fahrt und Lager (Cologne: Verlag Christlicher Verein Jünger Männer, Kreisverband Köln).

1966, Das bunte Boot: Lieder für Jungen und Mädchen, 3rd ed. (Freiburg: Christophirus Verlag)

1968, Die Mundorgel, 3rd ed. (Cologne: Mundorgel-Verlag).

ca. 1969, Für Hanna Speiser (n.p.).

1970/1, Der Eintopf (Vienna: Albertus-Magnus-Schule).

1970/2, Liederbuch für Schleswig-Holstein, ed. by the Schleswig-Holsteinischen Heimatverbund (Wölfenbüttel & Zürich/Bad Godesberg: Möseler/Voggenreiter).

1972, Sangbog for forsvaret, 5th ed. ([Copenhagen]: Forsvarsministeriet/Ministry of Defence).

1976, Fahrten-Liederbuch (Württemberg: Evangelische Jugendwerk).

1977, Auf Fahrt, auf Fahrt... Eine Liedersammlung für die Teilnehmer unserer Ferienerholungsmaßnahmen, Zur Verwendung in den Ferienkolonien und Jugendgruppen der Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Bezirksverband Baden e. V. (Baden-Württemberg: Ferienerholungswerk der Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Bezirksverband Baden e. V.).

1978, [Songbook] (Frankfurt a. M.: Student für Europa-Student für Berlin e. V.).

1978, Folkehøjskolens Sangbog, issued by the Foreningen for Højskoler og Landbrugskoler (Odense: Foreningens Forlag).

ca. 1979, Liedertexte, issued by the Gewerkschaft der Eisenbahner Deutschlands, Hauptvorstand, abt. Jugend (n.p.).

1980, Klingendes Mosaik (Cologne: Kolpingwerk).

1982/1 Rhönklub Liederbuch, issued by the Kulturausschuß des Rhönklubs e. V., Fulda (n.p.).

1982/2 Trau Dich… sing mit. Eine Liedersammlung für die Teilnehmer unserer Ferienmaßnahmen und unserer Kinder- und Jugendgruppen, collated by the Ferienerholungswerk der Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Bezirksverband Baden e. V. (Karlsruhe: n.p.).

1983/1, Sing mit, issued by the Jungschar der Evangelisch- methodistischen Kirche in der Schweiz, 2nd ed. (Zürich: n.p.).

1983/1, Lystige Viser, vol. VIII, 2nd ed. (Copenhagen: Politikens Forlag).

1984, Banjo (Stuttgart: Klett).

1985/1, Schön ist die Welt: 174 Lieder zum Mitsingen (Cologne/Waldbröl: Mundorgel Verlag).

1985/2, Wer weiß wo der Wind uns morgen schon hinweht, Scout songbook for internal use (Wiesbaden: Quast).

1986, Sommerlager der Jugend St. Patrick. Erinnerungstreffen Roetgen 1946–1986. Texte der in den Wochen des Sommerlagers St. Patrick gesungenen Lieder und Balladen (Roetgen: n.p.).

1986, Singt mit uns! Liedertexte zum Mitsingen “Auf Hoch- und Plattdeutsch” (Emsdetten: n.p.)

1987/1, 333 Lieder (Stuttgart:Klett).

1987/2, Wir lieben das Leben. Liederbuch der Naturfreunde (Stuttgart: Naturfreunde-Verlag FREIZEIT UND WANDERN).

1988, Music-Box (Leipzig: VEB Harth Musik Verlag).

1989, Songbuch 1, Catholische Junge Gemeinde, 7th ed. (Düsseldorf: KJG Verlag).

1991, Komm und sing/Come on and sing: Jugendliederbuch, issued by the youth division and the church music division of the Selbstständige Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche (Gr. Oesingen: Verlag der Lutherischen Buchhandlung).

1992, Der Notenschatz: Schlager, Songs, Oldies. Die beliebtesten Lieder zum Mitsingen (n.p.: Gerhard Hildner).

ca. 1997, [Liedgut des Shanty-Chores Horstedt/Song Collection of the Horstedt Shanty Choir]. Material archived in the DVA, shelfmark Or 1748.

2000, Liederbuch der II. Kompanie Horrido Oberdorf, issued by the II. Kompanie des Schützenvereins Waltop (n.p.), [URL no longer active]

2001, Liederheft der Pumpennachbarschaft Eppinghovener-Tor. Jubiläumsausgabe anlässlich der Wiedergründung vor 50 Jahren am 21.7.1951, ed. by Marga & Kurt Kruppa with the assistance of Hartmut Weber (n.p.),

Bibliography III: Other Sources Referenced Using the Author-Date System

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Aakjær, Jepp, & Robert Burns, 1966, Skuld gammel Venskab rejn forgo / Should auld acquaintance be forgot (Virum: Forening for Boghaandvaerks Vestjydske Afdeling).

Ahlquist, Karen (ed.), 2006. Chorus and Community (Urbana: University of Illinois Press).

Aiken, John, 1772, Essays on Song-Writing (London: Printed for Joseph Johnson, No. 72 St. Paul’s Church-Yard).

Aitken, Mary Carlyle, 1874, Scottish Song: A Selection of the Choicest Lyrics of Scotland (London: Macmillan & Co.).

Albrecht, Otto, 1979, “Opera in Philadelphia, 1800–1830”, Journal of the American Musicological Society 32/3, 499–515,

Alexander, Phil, 2018, “Salsa Celtica’s Great Scottish Latin Adventure—An Insider’s View”, in Simon McKerrell & Gary West (eds), Understanding Scotland Musically: Folk, Tradition and Policy (London: Routledge), 139–156,

Allen, J. Worth, 1920, I Like a Little Jazz in my Auld Lang Syne (Chicago: Forster Music Publisher inc.).

Anderson, A., 1862, I Wish the War Was Over! (Philadelphia: n.p.). LOC digital ID cw102870.

Anon., 1822, Account of The Royal Visit of George the IVth to Scotland (Kilmarnock: Printed by H. Crawford).

Anon., 1825/1, “Remarks”, in Kane O’Hara, Midas; A Burletta, in Two Acts [and in Verse], etc., Dolby’s British Theatre, No. 83 (London: T. Dolby), v-vii.

Anon., 1825/2, Report of the Alloa Burns Club Anniversary for 1825. As published in the Stirling Journal (Stirling: C. Munro & Co.).

Anon., 1842, “Liederschau: Henry Hugh Pearson, 6 Lieder von Robert Burns für eine Singstimme m. Pfte. [...]”, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 17/8 (26 July), 32–33.

Anon. [Robert Schumann?], 1842, “Lieder: H. F. Kufferath, Sechs Lieder v. R. Burns m. Begl. des Pfte [...]”, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik 16/52 (28 June), 207.

Anon, 1844/1, “A Day on the Banks of Doon”, Chambers Edinburgh Journal 35 (31 August), 129–133.

Anon., 1844/2, “The Burns Festival”, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 347 (September), 370–398.

Anon., 1893, “Auld Lang Syne in Hawaiian”, Annual Burns Chronicle and Club Directory 2 (January), 151.

Anon., 1896, “Gilbert Burns in East Lothian”, Annual Burns Chronicle and Club Directory 5 (January), 99–107.

Anon., 1899, Stories of Auld Lang Syne, for Penicuik United Presbyterian Church Bazaar, 27th and 28th October 1899 (Edinburgh: Andrew Elliot).

Anon., 1921, “‘Auld Lang Syne’: The Authorship of the Old Aberdeenshire Version’”, Aberdeen Daily Journal (16 July), 3–7.

Axelrod, Alan, 1997, The International Enyclopaedia of Secret Societies and Fraternal Orders (New York: Facts on File).

Baden-Powell, Robert, 1942, Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys (London: C. A. Pearson).

Baird, Wm. Raimund, 1979, American College Fraternities: A Descriptive Analysis of the Society System in the Colleges of the United States, with a detailed account of each fraternity (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott).

Baisch, Otto, 1883, Robert Burns’ Werke I. Lieder und Balladen (Stuttgart: W. Spemann).

Banks, M. MacLeod, 1939, British Calendar Customs Scotland, Vol. II: The Seasons, The Quarters, Hogmanay, January to May (London/Glasgow: William Glaisher Ltd./John Wylie & Co.)

Bannatyne, George, 1770, Ancient Scottish Poems. Published from the Ms. of George Bannatyne (Edinburgh: A. Murray & J. Cochran for John Balfour),

Bartsch, K., 1899, Lieder und Balladen von Robert Burns (Leipzig/Vienna: Bibliographisches Institut).

Baumann, Hans (ed.), 1985 [1956], Das grüne Liederbuch (Baden-Buchau: Federsee).

Bayley, W., 1845, Introduction and Variations on Auld Lang Syne Composed for the Piano Forte (n.p.).

Beattie, James, 1778, Essays on Poetry and Music, as they Affect the Mind; On Laughter, and Ludicrous Composition; On the Utility of Classical Learning (Edinburgh/London: Printed for William Creech/Edward and Charles Dilly).

Beck, Mary E., 1902, Verses of “Auld Lang Syne” (London: Headley Brothers).

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1862. Ludwig van Beethoven’s Werke. Serie 24: Lieder […] No. 260: 12 schottische Lieder (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel).

Bell, Barbara, 1998, “The Eighteenth Century”, in Findlay (ed.) 1998, 137–206.

Biedermann, Agnes, 1997, Hans Baumann im Banne der HJ. Gruppenlied unterm Hakenkreuz (unpublished diploma thesis, Musikhochschule Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe).

Bishop, Henry, n.d., Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot: Sung by Mr Sinclair, Mr Taylor, Mr Norris & Mr Comer in “Rob Roy Macgregor” or Auld Lang Syne at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London: Goulding, D’Almaine, Potter & Co.)

—1812, A Selection of Scotish Melodies with Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Piano Forte (London/Dublin: J. & W. Power).

Blacking, John, 1973, How Musical Is Man? (Seattle: University of Washington Press).

Blockley, John, 1860, “Jessie’s Dream”, or the Relief of Lucknow: A Descriptive Fantasia (London: John Blockley).

Blockley, John & Grace Campbell, 1858, Jessie’s Dream: A Story of the Relief of Lucknow (London: John Blockley).

—1903/1, Jessie’s Dream (A Story of the Relief of Lucknow), Choruses for Equal Voices, Part 23, No. 718, (London: J. Curwen & Sons Ltd.).

—1903/2, Jessie’s Dream (Song) John Blockley, The Crown Series of Modern Favourites. Easily Arranged, Marked and Fingered for the Pianoforte by J. E. Newell, No. 3, (London: Leonard & Co.).

—1914, Jessie’s Dream. A Story of the Relief of Lucknow. With Actions by Ethel Dawson, Novello’s School Songs 594, (London: Novello).

—1915, Jessie’s Dream, choral arrangement by John Bell, Scottish Part Songs, No. 19, (Glasgow: Caledonia Publishing Co.).

Bochsa, Robert Nicolas Charles, ca. 1820, Fantasia and Brilliant Variations on the Favorite Scotch Air, Auld Lang Syne, for the Harp (London: E. Lavenu).

—1854, The Nations, a Melange Containing Six Melodies (New York: J. F. Browne).

Boston Burns Club, 1859, Celebration of the Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns by the Boston Burns Club, January 25th, 1859 (Boston: H. W. Dutton & Son).

Branham, Robert James, & Stephen J. Hartnett, 2002, Sweet Freedom’s Song: “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and Democracy in America (Oxford etc.: Oxford University Press).

Bremner, Robert, 1757–1761, A Collection of Scots Reels and Country Dances (Edinburgh: Robert Bremner).

Brikitsch, Peter, Sanna Dinse & Martin Ketels (eds), 1986, Das Liedertaschenbuch: Lieder junger Christen (Cologne: Bund-Verlag).

Bronson, Bertrand Harris, 1959, The Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads, vol. I (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Brown, Mary Ellen, 1984, Burns and Tradition (London: University of Illinois Press).

Brown, Lew, & Ray Henderson, 1946, Let Us All Sing Auld Lang Syne (London: Chappell & Co.).

Brown, Robert, 1893, Paisley Burns Clubs 1805–1893 (Paisley & London: Alexander Gardner).

Browning, Pamela, 1992, For Auld Lang Syne (Richmond, Surrey: Silhouette).

Burns, Robert, 1883, The Cotter’s Saturday Night and The Twa Dogs (London & Edinburgh: W. & R. Chambers).

Burrowes, J. F., ca. 1820, A Series of Caledonian Airs with Variations for the Piano, No. 4: Auld Lang Syne (London: Goulding, D’Almaine, Potter).

Cameron, George, 1857, Cameron’s Selection of Scottish Songs, with Music, Containing Upwards of Two Hundred and Twenty of the Choicest Melodies of Scotland, as Sung by Wilson, Templeton, Mackay, and Other Popular Vocalists (Glasgow: George Cameron).

Campbell, Kathleen & Emily Lyle, 2020, Robert Burns and the Discovery and Re-Creation of Scottish Song, Historical Studies of Scottish Music IV (Glasgow: Musica Scotica).

Campion, James E., 1912, A World Peace Song (Boston: James E. Campion).

Camus, Raoul F., 1982, “A Source for Early American Band Music: John Beach’s Selection of Airs, Marches, &c.”, MLA Notes 2, 38/4, 792–809.

Carruthers, Gerard, 2006, Robert Burns (Devon: Northcote House).

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—2018/2, The Oxford Edition of the Works of Robert Burns, Volume III: The Scots Musical Museum. Part Two: Notes and Appendices, general editor Gerard Carruthers (Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press).

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—1937, Should Auld Acquaintance ... An Autobiography (London/Toronto: George G. Harrap).

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Ritson, Joseph, 1794, Scotish Songs (London: Printed for J. Johnson, in St. Paul’s Churchyard; and J. Egerton, Whitehall).

Robert Burns World Federation, 2020, “The Robert Burns World Federation 2019”, Burns Chronicle 2020 (Kilmarnock: The Robert Burns World Federation), 119–123.

Roeckel, Edouard, 1852, Highland Dreams. Meditation on “The Ewe Buchts”, “The Bonnie House o’Airlie”, “We’re a noddin”, “Queen Marie” & “Auld lang syne”, for the Piano-Forte. Op. 24 (London: D’Almaine & Co.).

Rogers, Walter B., 1936, Auld Lang Syne: Fantasie, Famous Cornet Solos with Piano Accompaniment (Brooklyn, NY: Ernst Williams School of Music).

Ross, Daniel, 1810, Auld Lang Syne: A Favorite Scots Air, with Variations for the Pianoforte or Harp etc. (Glasgow: Printed by McFadyen).

Roy, G. Ross, 1984, Auld Lang Syne, Scottish Poetry Reprints 5 (Greenock: Black Pennell Press).

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Rubin, Emmanuel, 2003, The English Glee in the Reign of George III: Participatory Art Music for an Urban Society, Detroit Monographs in Musicology/Studies in Music 38 (Warren, Michigan: Harmonie Parl Press).

Russell, Philippa Augusta Maria Baillie, 1925, Fragments of Auld Lang Syne: With Sixteen Illustrations (London: Hutchinson).

Russell, Wiliam Clark, 1878, Auld Lang Syne (London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington).

Rushton, Julian, 1999, Elgar: Enigma Variations, Cambridge Music Handbooks (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Rycroft, David K., 1975, “A Royal Account of Music in Zulu Life with Translation, Annotation and Musical Transcription”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 38/2, 351–402.

Rziha, Francis, 1855, Auld Lang Syne Polka (Charleston: George Oates).

Sams, Eric, 1970/1, “Elgar’s Cipher Letter to Dorabella”, Musical Times 111/1524 (February), 151–154.

—1970/2, “Variations on an Original Theme (Enigma)”, Musical Times 110/1525 (March), 258–262.

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Scott, Derek B., 2017, The Singing Bourgeois: Songs of the Victorian Drawing Room and Parlour, 2nd ed. (Abingdon/New York: Routledge).

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Scott, Walter, 1802, Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (Kelso: Printed by J. Ballantyne, for T. Cadell, Jun., and W. Davies, London).

Scullion, Adrienne, 1998, “The Eighteenth Century”, in Findlay (ed.) 1998, 80–136.

Shapiro, Anne Dhu, 1990, “Sounds of Scotland”, American Music 8/1, 71–83,

Sharkey, Jack, 1963, Death for Auld Lang Syne (London: Michael Joseph).

Shepard, Leslie, 1962, The Broadside Ballad: A Study in Origin and Meaning (London: Jenkins).

Shield, William, 1998 [1782], Rosina, ed. by John Drummond, Musica Britannica 72 (London: Stainer & Bell).

Shiells, Robert, 1901, “An 1851 Celebration in Wisconsin”, Annual Burns Chronicle and Club Directory 10 (January), 47–64.

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Silbergleit, L. G., 1869, Robert Burns’ Lieder und Balladen für deutsche Leser (Universal-Bibliothek 184; Leipzig: Philipp Reclam).

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Slama, Hans (ed.), 1984, Die bekannteste Volkslieder im Odenwald. Zusammengestellt von Hans Slama im Jahre 1983/1984 nach mündlich Überlieferung (Eberbach/Neckar: Rowi-Druck).

Smart, Grenville, 1875, Auld Lang Syne. Popular Scotch Song, Newly Arranged with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte. Words by Burns (London: B T. Broome).

Smith, Margaret Dean, & John Temperley, 2001 “(2.) Henry Playford”, Grove Music Online,

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Solman, A., & G. Brown, 1931, When You Played the Organ and I Sang “Auld Lang Syne” (New York: Edward B. Marks Music Co.).

Soutou, André (ed.), 1948, Passant par Paris: Chansons populaires françaises / Zog einst durch Paris: Französische Volkslieder, German translations by Franz Bauer, illustrations by Alfred Krahé (Worms: Rudolf Meier).

Steil, William Henry, ca. 1916, The Favorite Air of “Auld lang syne”, Arranged with Variations and an Introduction Composed for the Harp (London: Printed by Goulding, D’Almaine, Potter & Co).

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—1988/2, The First Freemasons: Scotland’s Early Lodges and their Members (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press).

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—[1802?] A Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs for the Voice, with Introductory & Concluding Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Piano Forte, Violin and Violoncello by Haydn, vol. III (London: Preston).

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—1822, A Select Collection of Original Scotish Airs, for the Voice. To each of which Are Added, Introductory & Concluding Symphonies, & Accompanyments for the Piano Forte, Violin and Violoncello, by Pleyel Kozeluch & Haydn, vol. II (London: Preston).

—1841, Volume Sixth of the Melodies of Scotland, with Symphonies & Accomps. for the Pianoforte, Violin, etc., by Pleyel, Haydn, Beethoven, Hummel, etc., the Poetry Chiefly by Burns (London: Preston).

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Tomlinson, Ernest, 1983, Fantasia on Auld Lang Syne: For Two Pianos and Two Turner-overs (Preston: Electrophonic Music Company).

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Discography for Recordings Discussed in Chapter 12

Gill Bowman, Toasting the Lassies, Greentrax 1995.

Ronnie Browne, on Fred Freeman (ed.), The Complete Songs of Robert Burns, vol. III, Linn 1997.

Ian Bruce, Alloway Tales, Linn 1999.

Dougie MacLean, Tribute: A Tribute to Robert Burns, Niel Gow & Robert Tannahill, Dunkeld 1995.

North Sea Gas Dark Island, Scotdisc 2003.

Rod Paterson, Songs from the Bottom Drawer, Greentrax 1996.

Eddi Reader, Eddi Reader Sings the Songs of Robert Burns, Rough Trade 2003.

Jean Redpath, The Songs of Robert Burns, Volume 2, Philo 1986 (re-released Greentrax 1996).

Salsa Celtica, El agua de la vida, Greentrax 2003.

Kate Taylor, Auld Lang Syne, single release 1999, rereleased on Beautiful Road, Front Door 2002.

The Cast, The Winnowing, Culburnie 1996.

The Tannahill Weavers, Tannahill Weavers IV, Hedera 1981.

Martin Treacher, Burn It Up! Red Hot Rabbie Burns Dance Tracks, REL 2003.

Wild Mountain Thyme (3 Pints Gone), There Can Be Only One, 2001.

Various artists, Auld Lang Syne, Comfort Stand 2005,

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