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Andrew Lammie, or, Mill of Tifty"s Annie
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13 rows "Andrew Lammie" is Child ballad It is said to record a historical event, with the grave of the heroine in the churchyard at Fyvie. Synopsis. Tifty’s Annie falls in love with Andrew Lammie, a lord's parents refuse permission because he is : Il pesceballo.
Kate Rusby sang Andrew Lammie in on her CD Awkward Annie. Martin Simpson sang Andrew Lammie in on his Topic CD Prodigal Son. He commented in his sleeve notes: Andrew Lammie or Mill o' Tifty's Annie is a very big ballad indeed.
Seemingly based on the life of Agnes Smith, daughter of William Smith, a close relative to the Laird of. The Folk Ballads of Francis James Child, Mayville. 4K likes.
Ballads collected by Francis James Child, and related traditional British folk songs5/5(8). The song's popularity is partly due to being based on a true event. The Annie of the ballad was Agnes, daughter of a wealthy miller, William Smith, who lived at Mill o' Tifty, Aberdeenshire, about half a mile north-east of Fyvie Castle.
At the castle a stone figure of the trumpeter stands on one of the turrets. Lord Fyvie had a trumpeter Wha's name was Andrew Lammie ; He had the art to gain the heart O' Mill o' Tifty's Annie. He was proper withal, both young an' tall.
His like was nae in Fyvie ; Nor was ane there that could compare Wi' this same Andrew Lammie. Mill o’ Tifty’s Annie it’s called, or sometimes Andrew Lammie, it doesna matter, it’s the same.
It’s one of the big old sad story songs that you would call a ballad. Mill o’ Tifty’s Annie it’s called, or sometimes Andrew Lammie, it doesna matter, it’s the same. It’s one of the big old sad story songs that you would call a ballad, that’s been passed down for three hundred years or more.
Transcript. 1 Poetry Series sheena blackhall - poems - Publication Date: Publisher: - The World's Poetry Archive. 2 sheena blackhall(18/8/) Sheena Blackhall is a writer, illustrator, traditional ballad singer and storyteller in North East Scotland. From she was Creative Writing Fellow in Scots at Aberdeen University's Elphinstone has published.
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