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Braw Braw Lads (Solo Voice version)

Moderate (Grades 4-6)
2 minutes
Voice + keyboard
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Braw Braw Lads is the main song used in one of the Town Festivals in the Scottish Borders. The old version is usually sung in a rather dirge-like so I was asked for a recent concert to provide a more up-to-date arrangement which proved to be very popular with many of the performers and audience. This is the version for solo voice.

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