Folk music & dancing (5 pages found in this category)


Brochan Lom

Scottish Gaelic nonsense song about porridge.

The Laird o’ Cockpen

Song by the Scottish songwriter Carolina Nairne, Baroness Nairne (1766–1845), which she contributed anonymously to The Scottish Minstrel, a six-volume collection of traditional Scottish songs published from 1821 to 1824.

The Orange and Blue

Redirected to Brocham Lom.

There’s Nae Luck Aboot The Hoose

Song by Scottish poet Jean Adam (1704–1765), set to the music of “Up an’ Waur Them A’ ”.

Violet Alford

Internationally recognised authority on folk dancing and its related music and folk customs.