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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Music and Song of Edinburgh - Various Artists on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Music and Song of Edinburgh - Various Artists on AllMusic - Johnny Cope. Amazon: 7: The Loose Noose/Deacon Brodie. 02 6/
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  3. Maugul

    Oct 06,  · Johnny Cope from the Edinburgh Repository of Music, vol 2 p The melody appears again in Scotland, this time in the Edinburgh Repository of Music, vol 2 p. 30, published around This is once again a four-part setting, however there are significant differences, and especially the fourth part in this version has changed significantly.
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  7. Dugis

    - Johnnie Cope. As the Jacobite army advanced south in , a Hanoverian force, led by Sir John Cope, was in pursuit. Bonnie Prince Charlie reached Edinburgh first, however, and Cope assembled his troops to the south, at Prestonpans, waiting for reinforcements.
  8. Fesar

    Subject: RE: Folklore: Johnny Cope - what are 'the coals'? From: Jack Campin Date: 10 Jun 08 - PM It's a parody of an older song about the mining in that area, and some of the original words carried over. Only a fragment of the older song was preserved but presumably everybody around Edinburgh or East Lothian knew it at the time.
  9. Kem

    Johnny Cope This song is by The Corries and appears on the album Bonnet, Belt And Sword () and on the compilation album The Silver Collection (). Cope sent a challenge from Dunbar "Charlie, meet me an ye dare.

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