Folk music

Scottish Folk music has a long history of tradition and variety, which, despite many threats to traditional Scottish culture, has remained relatively unchanged since the 15th century at least. From ballads and laments to optimistic dances to haunting traditional music which varies by region, Scottish Folk music is one of the most varied forms of Folk music in the world. Appreciated by the entire world, the bagpipes are a vital part of this tradition, and their popularity will help ensure that they traditions of the old Scottish Folk music will not die.

Red, Red Rose Written by Robert Burns - (Kelly Stewart)
Cam' Ye By Atholl Written by The Corrie Folk Trio
MacPherson's Rant Written by The Corries
Mingulay Boat Song Written by The Corries
Rose of Allendale Written by The Corries
Bonnie Lass of Fyvie Written by The Corries
Bonnie Dundee Written by The Corries
A' The Blue Bonnets Written by The Corries
Flower of Scotland Written by The Corries