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Theorah, June 26th, 2009, 7:26 am

- Thankyou for your comments, yubria and kimbo! ^_^
Ok, maybe youve heard this song before (haha actually now Im just thinking Kimbo has probably heard it since its a scottish folksong!) it officially isnt as old as renaissance period, but the writing style is similar and the tune itself is based from much much older folk melody :)
Heres a link so you can see what it sounds like, I thought it was a lovely song!
haha it was hard to find a version that was close to the original melody!
Red Red Rose, written by Robert Burns (thankfully too old to be copyrighted, but wanted to credit anyway)

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Hee hee, Rabbie Burns is being heavily overplayed in Scotland this year as we're having Homecoming 2009, to celebrate Burn's birthday and to get as many ex-pats to visit Scotland as possible. It's still a bonnie song tho.
I love all the red tones and lines here, beautiful, I can feel the music!

posted by KimBoCruicky on June 26th, 2009, 8:36 am


i love that poem! lovely tune too, first time i heard it.

must go and puppysit the dogs now- it's too rainy for them to play outside. :(

posted by Yubria on June 26th, 2009, 10:45 am


I saw this tune for Lute Hero III for the xbox 360!

Great stuff!

posted by mandu on September 11th, 2009, 2:40 pm


(Rereading because I don't remember where I last left off >_>;;)

Should've said thsi last time, but I adore compositions to "A Red, Red Rose." My favorite is a choral arrangement by James Mulholland: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JKW6W-3mLk&feature=related
But this one by Rene Clausen is good too: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UB_6wYRiGU

:) Really lovely artwork on this and the last page

posted by LRR on March 16th, 2010, 8:54 pm

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