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The Skye Boat Song

(A Scottish Folk Song)
Anne Campbelle MacLeod /arr. Marty Hill - Quaddot Productions

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The Skye Boat Song

(A Scottish Folk Song)
Anne Campbelle MacLeod /arr. Marty Hill - Quaddot Productions
Publisher Desc.  "The Skye Boat Song" is Scottish folk song from the late 19th-century about Prince Charles Edward Stuart as he escaped capture by British troops after his defeat at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. Sir Harold Boulton composed the lyrics to an air by Anne Campbelle MacLeod in the 1870s, and the line "Over the Sea to Skye" is now a common phrase on the Isle of Skye. Alternative lyrics to the tune were written by Robert Louis Stevenson somewhere around 1885. The song most recently become famously known when composer Bear McCreary used the tune for the opening theme of the 2014 TV series Outlander. Smooth, simple, calm and relaxing are just four words that should describe the mood of most of this level 3 concert band piece, although it builds to a Scottish triumph at the end. I hope you enjoy my arrangement of The Skye Boat Song.
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