Season 7 Episode 11 Lark in the Morning Part II Galloway Tom


May 19th, 2023

1 hr 8 mins 29 secs

Season 7

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Straloch: Gallua Tom
Walsh: Gallaway Tom
Vickers (Same as walsh): The Gold Ring
Oswald: Gallaway Tom
Scots Musical Museum: Galloway Tam
Niel Gow: Kelso Races
Sutherland: Kelso Races
O’Farrell: Galloway Tom, Tuhy’s Frolic
Goodman: Humours of Limerick
Ennis: The Lark’s March
O’Neill: The Little Yellow Boy, The House in the Glen, The Lark in the Morning
Hugh McDermot: A Western Lilt
James Morrison: The Lark In the Morning
Dave Rickard: The Lark in the Morning
Angus McKay: The Hills of Glenorchy
James Aird: The Humours of Limerick
David Young: Tom Come Tickle me
Ryan: Lark in the Morning


1627: Gullua Tom From Straloch Lute MS (Courtesy of Traditional Tune Archive)

1745: Gallaway Tom in Walsh’s Caledonian Country Dances:

1770s: Gallaway Tom From Vickers:

1754: Gallaway Tom in Oswald’s Caledonian Pocket Companion:

1792: O Galloway Tam From Scots Musical Museum
Performed by Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger:


1784: Kelso Races from First Book of Niel Gow's Reels, 2d edition:

1816: Kelso Races from Sutherland’s Edinburgh Repository of Music:


1806: Galloway Tom, From O’Farrel Pocket Companion Vol 1:

1806: Tuhy’s Frolic From O’Farrell’s Pocket Companion:


1860s: Humours of Limerick (Jackson) From Goodman

1963: The Lark’s March and Story from Seamus Ennis, Masters of Irish Music: Seamus Ennis.

1903: The Little Yellow Boy (From O’Neill’s Music of Ireland)

1907: The House in the Glen From O’Neill’s Dance Music of Ireland

1926: The Lark in the Morning performed by James Morrison:


Hills of Glenorchy from Angus Mackay

1780s: The Humours of Limerick from Aird’s Selection of Scotch, Irish, English and Foreign Airs

1740s: Tom Come Tickle Me: From David Young:

1903: Lark in the Morning: From O’Neill’s Music of Ireland:

1883: Lark in the Morning: From Ryan’s Mammoth Collection: (Page 114)

1770s: The Gold Ring, From William Vicker’s Manuscript



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