The following is an example of the forty- five minute program
Johnny Lad
Banks Of Loch Lomond
The Glasgow Cat
The Sky Boat Song
The Rattlin Bog
Three Crows
Scottish American
The Wee Highland Coo
Question Time
This is an old traditional Scottish children's street song
A familiar traditional Scottish song, teaching the students the chorus of this song.
This song exposes the students to Scottish words and their meaning, and also involves
actions that goes along with the song.
A fun song for the students to join in with.
Teaching the students the words of this Scottish children's song.
St Ann's Reel
This is a fun song that I wrote about a wee highland coo ( highland Cow ) that
escaped from the Tulsa, Oklahoma, highland games. Showing the students a picture
with an explanation about these animals that originate in Scotland.
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INTERNATIONAL FOLK SINGER
SONGWRITER / GUITARIST
Traditional Scottish song, with explanation of its historic effect on Scotland and the
migration to the new land America.
I wrote this song about the Scottish immigrants, who came to America and help
build the country to what it is today. It also tells of the hardships of the travelers
if that time. Followed by a tune on the guitar.
Depending on the time, questions can be asked by the students, also teachers are
encouraged to ask questions to.
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