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Youtube demonstrations: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDcJRi8rTK0Erjk5OlVOO9G_IpaFkz1k4 Robert Burns (1759-1796) belongs among most famous Scottish poets, who were touched by Romantic interest in their own culture. Therefore, he was interested in Scottish folk song. He collected and prepared it to be published. When he was unsatisfied with lyrics in some of the songs, he revised it and arranged or wrote new lyrics on a former music. That is why many songs could be resurrected to life. And even though today we do not know the authors of the original music, at least we know the author of the lyrics. Therefore, we can play them on the ukulele and admire the beautifully arched melodies. Ae Fond Kiss, A Highland Lad my Love was Born, A Man's A Man For A' That, Auld Lang Syne, Braw, Braw Lads, Comin' Thro' the Rye, Craigieburn Wood, For The Sake O' Somebody, Gae Bring to Me a Pint o' Wine, Highland Mary, Lassie Wi' The Lint White Locks, Last May a Braw Wooer, My Ain Kind Dearie O, My Heart's In The Highlands, My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, My Love She's But A Lassie Yet, My Tocher's the Jewel, O Willie Brew'd a Peck o' Maut, Scots, Wha Hae, Tam Glen, The Birks of Aberfeldy, The Braes of Killiecranchie, The Gallant Weaver, The Highland Widow's Lament, The Soldier's Return, The Winter It Is Past, There was a Lad was Born in Kyle, Wandering Willie, Whistle O'er the Lave O't, Ye Banks and Braes. The are in the book songs without text. Check out samples from books: http://osos.sweb.cz/preview-ukulele.pdf