Loch Lomond

Composer
traditional
Arranger
Full details...
page one of Loch Lomond

Which method of viewing music should I use?

Score Exchange has two methods to display previews of music: seView which uses regular html and javascipt and the Scorch plug-in from Avid which needs to be downloaded and installed onto your computer. Both have advantages and disadvantages:

seView

seView, is the most compatible option. You should be able to view music on all modern web browsers including most mobile devices. Even if your device does not support javascript you should still be able to preview at least page one of the music.

You do not need to install any additional software to use seView.

Scorch

Scorch is a free plug-in from Avid for displaying and printing music. It can also play the music that you're seeing. As modern web browsers are updated, Scorch is no longer compatible with many browsers. Scorch has never been compatible with mobile devices and some web browsers on Mac computers.

If your web browser does not install Scorch automatically, you can click here to download and install scorch manually.

Static preview

The static preview shows a basic image of the first page.

Interactive preview

The interactive preview also shows a preview of the first page, but it's a bit slower to load. The preview is displayed using the Sibelius Cloud Publishing technology from Avid. With most scores, this technology will provide a higher quality preview, as well as being able to switch to full screen mode and also play the displayed music to you.

Printing after purchase

After you have purchased this item the Cloud Publishing technology is utilised to provide the printing mechanism for the music. As such, we recommend checking that the Interactive Preview displays correctly on your device before committing to a purchase.

Full details

Loch Lomond, also known as ‘The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond’, is a well-known traditional Scottish song first published in 1841 in 'Vocal Melodies of Scotland'. There are many theories about the meaning of the song, most of which are connected to the Jacobite Uprising of 1745. One interpretation based on the lyrics is that the song is sung by the lover of a captured Jacobite rebel set to be executed in London following a show trial. The heads of the executed rebels were then set upon pikes and exhibited in all of the towns between London and Edinburgh in a procession along the 'high road' (the most important road), while the relatives of the rebels walked back along the 'low road' (the ordinary road travelled by peasants and commoners).


Score ID
360493
Composer
traditional
Arranger
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Accordion)
Genre
Folk music
Related scores
Farewell To Lochaber (Cha Till Mor Mo Bhean), The Auld Hoose / Loch Lomond / Comin' Thro' The Rye / The Bluebells Of Scotland, Coill' An Fhàsaich (Remembering Waternish), My Dear And Only Love, Dreams Of Kintail, Hector The Hero, The Bluebells Of Scotland, Comin' Thro' The Rye, Dream Angus, Loch Rannoch, Haste Ye Back, The Wild Rose Of the Mountain / Highland Cradle Song / the Piper's Weird, Ca' The Yewes, Annie Laurie, The Auld Hoose, Annie Laurie / Ca' The Yewes / Dream Angus / Huntingtower, The Piper's Weird, Dark Lochnagar, The Wild Rose Of The Mountain, Highland Cradle Song, Dreams Of Kintail / Hector The Hero, Ae Fond Kiss, Huntingtower, The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie, Rothesay Bay, Morag Of Dunvegan (Mòrag a Dùnbheagain), Iolaire Sùil Na Grèine (The Eagle With The Yellow-Green Eyes), The Lass O' Lowrie / Bonnie Galloway / Jock O' Hazeldean, Tuireadh Iain Ruaidh / Far An Robh Mi'n Raoir / Òran Na Maighdinn-mhara, Thug Mi Gaol Do'n Fhear Bhàn / An Tèid Thu Leam Air Bhàrr Nan Tonnan / A' Fàgail Barraigh / Air Fail A Lail O, Òran Chaluim Sgàire (Calum Sgaire's Song), A Phiuthrag 's A Phiuthar (Little Sister, Little Sister), The Cuckoo / The Galley Of Lorne / The Massacre Of Glencoe, The Laird O' Cockpen, Lady Ann Bothwell's Lament, Jock O' Hazeldean, Queen Mary, Queen Mary, Logie O' Buchan, The Massacre Of Glencoe (Mort Ghlinne-Comhainn), Mary Of Argyll / Rothesay Bay / The Bonnie Wells O' Wearie / Haste Ye Back, Mo Ghile Mear (My Gallant Darling), The Lass O' Lowrie , Air Fail A Lail O, The Waters Of Kylesku, Oran Na Maighdinn-mhara (Song Of The Mermaid), Farewell To Skye (Soraidh Leis an Àit'), Far An Robh Mi'n Raoir (Where I Was Last Night), Mary Of Argyll, Màiri Bhàn Òg (Mary, Young and Fair), Mo Chailin Dileas Donn (My Faithful, Brown-Haired Lass), The Auld Scots Sangs, Bonnie Galloway, An Còinneachan (Fairy Lullaby), O'er The Water To Charlie, A Rosebud By My Early Walk, Tuireadh Iain Ruaidh (Lament For Red Iain), The Galley Of Lorne, A' Fagail Barraigh (Leaving Barra), Muile Nam Mòr-Bheann, Farewell To Fiunary (Slàn Le Fionnairaigh), The Cuckoo, Row Me Home To Islay, Mingulay Boat Song, The Iona Boat Song, Tha Mo Ghaol Air Àird A' Chuan, Rhu Vaternish, Thug Mi Gaol Do'n Fhear Bhan (I Gave My Love To The Fair One), My Fair One, The Mist-Covered Mountains Of Home / Farewell To Fiunary / Mingulay Boat Song, Lady Ann Bothwell's Lament / A Phiùthrag 's A Phiuthar, The Mist-Covered Mountains Of Home (Chì Mi Na Mòrbheanna), The Banks O' The Dee, An Teid Thu Leam Air Bharr Nan Tonnan (Will You Come With Me Across The Sea), Niel Gow's Lament For The Death Of His Second Wife, Mo Dhachaigh, Heilan' Air, The Boatman, Mo Run Geal Og, Sine Bhàn, Fo Ghruaimean Cha Bhi Mi'n Diuch, An Eala Bhàn, Row Me Home To Islay / My Fair One / Mo Chailin Dìleas Donn, An t-Eilean Muileach, South Uist Whaling Song, Fail ò rò Mar Dh'Fhàg Sinn, Cailin Mo Ruin-Sa, Eriskay Love Lilt, The Surge Of The Sea, An t-Seann Dachaigh, Òran Chaluim Sgàire / Iolaire Sùil Na Grèine, Mull Of The Cool High Bens, An Gille Dubh Ciar Dubh, Mo Nighean Donn Nam Meall-Shuilean, The Laird O' Cockpen / Queen Mary, Queen Mary / Logie O' Buchan / The Auld Scots Sangs, Will Ye Gang Tae Kelvin Grove, Leaving Stornoway, Loch Leven, The Skye Boat Song, Leis an Lurgainn, Leaving Lismore, Kishmul's Galley, Crovan's Galley, Will Ye No Come Back Again, Hug Òreann ò rò Gur Toigh Leam Fhìn Thù, Loch Rannoch / Morag Of Dunvegan / Farewell To Skye / The Skye Boat Song, Gruagach Dhonn Bhrunail, Ye Banks And Braes, Westering Home, Westering Home / The Waters Of Kylesku / Dark Lochnagar, An Còinneachan (Fairy Lullaby) / Màiri Bhàn Òg (Mary, Young and Fair), The Nameless Lassie, The Loch Tay Boat Song, A Rìbhinn Òg Bheil Cuimhn' Agad, A Rosebud By My Early Walk / O'er The Stream To Charlie / The Banks O' The Dee, The Fower Maries, Jessie, The Flower O' Dunblane, The Rowan Tree, Griogal Cridhe, Tha Mo Ghaol Air Àird A’ Chuan / Hug Òreann ò rò Gur Toigh Leam Fhìn Thù, There Grows A Bonnie Briar Bush, Come O'er The Stream Charlie, Sound The Pibroch, Heather Island, Wild Mountain Thyme, O' Gin I Were A Baron's Heir, My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose, Kirkconnel Lea, A Rìbhinn Òg Bheil Cuimhn’ Agad / An t-Seann Dachaigh / Fail ò rò Mar Dh'fhàg Sinn, Jessie, The Flower O’ Dunblane / Ye Banks And Braes / Will Ye Gang Tae Kelvin Grove / Come O'er The Stream Charlie , Niel Gow’s Lament For The Death Of His Second Wife / Eriskay Love Lilt, O’ Gin I Were A Baron’s Heir / The Nameless Lassie / There Grows A Bonnie Briar Bush / Will Ye No Come Back Again, Muile Nam Mòr-Bheann / Caol Muile / An t-Eileann Muileach, Nan Ceadaicheadh An Tide Dhomh, Griogal Cridhe / Leis an Lurgainn / Coill’ An Fhàsaich, Mo Dhachaigh / Heilan Air / An Eala Bhàn and My Nannie's Awa'
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

Cover art for Loch Lomond

Reviews of Loch Lomond

Sorry, there's no reviews of this score yet. Please .

You might also like...