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Author: Robert Crawford (fl. 18th century or earlier)
Texts set to music as art song or choral works [warning - not necessarily comprehensive]
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Special notes: All titles and first lines are included in this index, including those used by composers.
Titles used by the text author appear in boldface. First lines appear in italics.
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- Beneath a beech's grateful shade
- J. Haydn: Peggy, I must love thee
- Down the burn, Davie (When trees did bud, and fields were green) - J. Haydn
- Hear me, ye nymphs, and every swain
- J. Haydn: The bush aboon Traquair
- I'll never leave thee (One day I heard Mary say) - J. Haydn
- Love never more shall give me pain
- J. Haydn: My deary an thou die
- My deary an thou die (Love never more shall give me pain) - J. Haydn
- One day I heard Mary say
- J. Haydn: I'll never leave thee
- Peggy, I must love thee (Beneath a beech's grateful shade) - J. Haydn
- The bush aboon Traquair (Hear me, ye nymphs, and every swain) - J. Haydn
- Tweedside (What beauties does Flora disclose) - J. Haydn
- What beauties does Flora disclose
- When trees did bud, and fields were green
- J. Haydn: Down the burn, Davie
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