Category Archives: DEFAULT

Auld Lang Syne

Download Auld Lang Syne


Orchestre Kiam - Nina / Lola (Vinyl), Gedanken An Dich, Bill Pritchard - Romance Sans Paroles (Vinyl), Man With A Beard - Various - Build Your House Underground - Year: MMXVI (File, MP3), Down In Our Throat! (Beer!) (Live Vom 12/05/01, X-Dream Fulda), Sure Shot - DJ A-1 - Beastie Boys Gold Blend Mix (CD), Acapulco Sunrise - Santana - Best Of The Early Years Live (CD), Verde Smeraldo - Marcella Bella - Senza Un Briciolo Di Testa (Vinyl, LP, Album), Obscure (Death Of Hope Remix) - Various - Local Heroes (CD), Loud! - Madreal - Madreal (CD), Paper Anniversary (Reprise) - Christine Fellows - Paper Anniversary (CD, Album), Dream Intro (feat. Stevy Mahy) - Cavalier (2) - CHIEF (Memory Stick, MP3, Album), Jugendfrei - Ludwig Hirsch - Bis Ins Herz (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Auld Lang Syne

  1. Auld Lang Syne, Scottish song with words attributed to the national poet of Scotland, Robert composer is not definitely known. In English-speaking countries, the first verse and chorus are now closely associated with the New Year festival.

  2. Nov 12,  · The nostalgic phrase “auld lang syne” (meaning, literally, “old long since”) has appeared in Scottish song as early as , but it was poet hero Robert “Rabbie” Burns who gave us the.

  3. Auld Lang Syne is a song which thrilled the soul of Robert Burns in the s, and today has become an anthem sung the world over at New Year. In the Robert Burns sent the poem 'Auld Lang Syne' to the Scots Musical Museum, indicating that it was an ancient song but that he'd been the first to .

  4. Lyrics to Auld Lang Syne by Mitch Miller from the The All Occasions Album, Vol. 1 album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

  5. Dec 06,  · Auld Lang Syne Lyrics: Should old acquaintance be forgot / And never brought to mind / Should all acquaintance be forgot / And auld lang syne / For auld lang syne, my dear / For auld lang syne .

  6. Sep 09,  · What is the tune to ‘Auld Lang Syne’? The tune is thought to stem from a traditional folk song, collected in the Roud Folk Song Index (it’s listed as #). The famous tune is loosely based on a pentatonic (five-note) scale, and has been borrowed and quoted by countless composers and writers.

  7. FOLLOW US ON SPOTIFY: See Us Sing This Live In Concert: All Our Songs Are Made WithOUT Instruments, SUBS.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *