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QUEEN MARY'S ESCAPE FROM LOCHLEVEN


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Subject: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Alison
Date: 28 Dec 97 - 07:52 PM

Hi

Heard a band play this beautful tune the other night, they said it was Scottish, (so probably the "Arran" spelling.)

Has anyone got the music? Or are there lyrics?

Slainte

Alison


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Alice
Date: 29 Dec 97 - 05:39 PM

Alison, we play this song in the weekly group I attend. I thought it was so beautiful, I wrote a couple of verses so that I could sing it. I couldn't find traditional lyrics. If anyone has them, I would be interested in seeing older lyrics. Alice in Montana


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 29 Dec 97 - 06:15 PM

I think it's Arran, as in Inch Arran.


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: alison
Date: 30 Dec 97 - 06:18 AM

Hi,

Looked it up on a map, it is Arran, (Aran is off the West coast of Ireland), off the West coast of Scotland, a couple of islands south of the Mull of Kintyre.... I feel a song coming on.............

Come on Alice, let's see your words, and have you any way of forwarding a tune?

Slainte

Alison


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Timothy Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 30 Dec 97 - 10:04 PM

I thought so. There is a part of my home town named Inch Arran, so named by an early settler who came from that island. The area in question is not an island, but the view of the sea reminded him of his old home and he so named it.


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Timothy Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 02 Jan 98 - 08:06 PM

I will request the lyrics for you on the Scottish Trad Music List.


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Barry
Date: 02 Jan 98 - 08:26 PM

Timothy, where & what is the Scottish Traditional Music List? Thanks, I'd be intrested. Barry


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Paul Jay
Date: 04 Jan 98 - 06:25 PM

I heard this on "THISTLE & SHAMROCK" years ago and have been trying to find it ever since. I thought the Tanahill Weavers sang it, but when they played here they didn't have a CD with it, and none of the group could remember it. I hope some one out there knows where we can find it.


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Alice
Date: 04 Jan 98 - 06:53 PM

I emailed my lyrics and a TIFF file of the notation to Alison. I'm still interested in seeing any other lyrics version. Alice


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Tim Jaques tjaques@netcom.ca
Date: 04 Jan 98 - 07:26 PM

The Scottish Traditional music list is an e-mailing list. Sometimes the discussion is more about Scottish/Cape Breton fiddling; sometimes it is more about song; sometimes it gets a little off topic. I don't have the subscription info handy, but if you do a Liszt search the instructions should be there.

I did post the enquiry but have got no response yet.

Cheers,


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: alison
Date: 04 Jan 98 - 10:56 PM

Hi,

Once I get my hubby to translate Alice's file I'll use Alan's midi - text to send in the tune.

Slainte

alison


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Subject: Tune Add: THE ARRAN BOAT
From: alison
Date: 05 Jan 98 - 06:00 PM

Hi

Well as promised here is the tune. Kindly supplied by Alice.

MIDI file: ARANBOAT.MID

Timebase: 480

Name: THE ARRAN BOAT
TimeSig: 3/4 24 8
Key: D
Tempo: 100 (600000 microsec/crotchet)
Start
0000 1 64 044 0744 1 66 025 0025 0 64 044 0177 0 66 025 0032 1 64 027 0420 0 64 027 0029 1 71 026 0679 0 71 026 0008 1 73 022 0226 0 73 022 0088 1 74 032 0437 0 74 032 0026 1 69 024 0722 1 66 019 0027 0 69 024 0188 0 66 019 0042 1 62 018 0396 1 69 026 0054 0 62 018 0617 0 69 026 0075 1 66 017 0247 0 66 017 0002 1 62 025 0395 1 64 028 0034 0 62 025 0704 0 64 028 0025 1 66 016 0191 0 66 016 0029 1 64 030 0450 1 71 038 0047 0 64 030 0664 1 73 017 0008 0 71 038 0263 0 73 017 0011 1 74 034 0440 0 74 034 0036 1 66 020 0716 1 64 036 0028 0 66 020 0220 1 62 028 0008 0 64 036 0460 0 62 028 0048 1 64 024 1377 0 64 024 0027 1 64 025 0716 1 66 030 0007 0 64 025 0253 1 64 021 0007 0 66 030 0419 1 71 031 0003 0 64 021 0715 0 71 031 0022 1 73 027 0252 1 74 037 0007 0 73 027 0464 1 69 032 0001 0 74 037 0744 1 66 022 0046 0 69 032 0192 1 62 025 0016 0 66 022 0470 0 62 025 0004 1 69 034 0707 1 66 022 0022 0 69 034 0214 1 62 022 0007 0 66 022 0481 0 62 022 0008 1 64 020 0691 1 66 023 0050 0 64 020 0182 0 66 023 0008 1 64 029 0461 0 64 029 0002 1 71 034 0719 1 73 025 0048 0 71 034 0190 1 74 030 0013 0 73 025 0470 1 66 038 0003 0 74 030 0726 1 64 038 0016 0 66 038 0212 0 64 038 0013 1 62 027 0473 1 64 037 0022 0 62 027 1408 0 64 037 0021 1 76 025 0720 1 78 020 0003 0 76 025 0237 0 78 020 0009 1 76 031 0450 0 76 031 0011 1 79 023 0746 1 78 024 0009 0 79 023 0256 1 76 027 0027 0 78 024 0400 0 76 027 0027 1 74 018 0696 0 74 018 0014 1 71 021 0253 1 67 028 0001 0 71 021 0457 0 67 028 0013 1 69 027 0684 0 69 027 0023 1 66 016 0222 0 66 016 0048 1 62 025 0424 0 62 025 0041 1 76 028 0730 1 78 015 0007 0 76 028 0220 0 78 015 0011 1 76 034 0435 1 79 031 0003 0 76 034 0717 0 79 031 0064 1 78 018 0226 0 78 018 0062 1 76 027 0423 0 76 027 0026 1 74 024 0200 0 74 024 0071 1 71 021 0668 1 74 021 0045 0 71 021 0430 0 74 021 0011 1 76 025 1409 1 76 033 0020 0 76 025 0725 1 78 024 0013 0 76 033 0217 1 76 031 0015 0 78 024 0445 1 79 033 0012 0 76 031 0717 1 78 023 0052 0 79 033 0194 1 76 032 0038 0 78 023 0438 0 76 032 0073 1 74 026 0627 1 71 029 0062 0 74 026 0165 1 67 030 0027 0 71 029 0466 1 69 026 0034 0 67 030 0694 1 66 017 0022 0 69 026 0216 0 66 017 0014 1 62 023 0454 0 62 023 0011 1 64 038 0747 1 66 013 0011 0 64 038 0188 0 66 013 0027 1 64 028 0496 0 64 028 0001 1 71 032 0693 1 73 022 0056 0 71 032 0184 0 73 022 0020 1 74 029 0482 1 66 028 0004 0 74 029 0679 1 64 025 0010 0 66 028 0253 1 62 040 0013 0 64 025 0438 0 62 040 0021 1 64 032 1466 0 64 032
End

To download the November 10 MIDItext 97 software and get instructions on how to use it click here

ABC format:

X:1
T:THE ARRAN BOAT
M:3/4
Q:1/4=100
K:D
E13/4F3/4E7/4B/4|-B11/4cz/4d2|A13/4F3/4D2|
A11/4z/2FD7/4|E3F3/4E9/4|B11/4c5/4d7/4F/4|
-F3ED2|E23/4E/4|-E3FE7/4B/4|-B11/4c5/4d2|
A13/4F3/4D2|A3FD2|E3F3/4E2B/4|-B3c3/4d2F/4|

-F3E3/4D9/4|E23/4e/4|-e3fe7/4g/4|-g3f5/4e3/2d/4|
-d11/4B5/4G7/4A/4|-A11/4FD2e/4|-e3fe7/4g/4|
-g11/4z/4fz/4e7/4|dz/4B3d7/4|e3e6|fe2|g13/4f3/4e2|
z/4d11/4BG2|A3FD7/4E/4|-E3F3/4E9/4|B13/4c3/4d2|
F11/4E5/4D7/4E/4|-E6||

Here are the guitar chords. Each = 1 bar unless otherwise stated eg. Em x2 = 2 bars Em.

Time sig 3/4

Em X2 D X2 Em X2 D Em Em X2 D X2 Em X2 D Em Em X2 G D Em X2 G C Em X2 G D Em X2 D Em

Beautiful tune, thanks again Alice.

slainte

alison


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Subject: Tune Add: THE ARRAN BOAT
From: alison
Date: 08 Jan 98 - 10:55 PM

Hi,

Having cleaned up my MIDI file (because Alan & Joe don't think it worked properly!!), let's do that again.

MIDI file: ARANBOAT.MID

Timebase: 480

Name: THE ARRAN BOAT
TimeSig: 3/4 24 8
Key: D
Tempo: 100 (600000 microsec/crotchet)
Start
0000 1 64 044 0718 0 64 044 0002 1 66 025 0238 0 66 025 0002 1 64 027 0478 0 64 027 0002 1 71 026 0718 0 71 026 0002 1 73 022 0238 0 73 022 0002 1 74 032 0478 0 74 032 0002 1 69 024 0718 0 69 024 0002 1 66 019 0238 0 66 019 0002 1 62 018 0478 0 62 018 0002 1 69 026 0654 0 69 026 0002 1 66 017 0238 0 66 017 0002 1 62 025 0478 0 62 025 0002 1 64 028 0718 0 64 028 0002 1 66 016 0238 0 66 016 0002 1 64 030 0478 0 64 030 0002 1 71 038 0718 0 71 038 0002 1 73 017 0238 0 73 017 0002 1 74 034 0478 0 74 034 0002 1 66 020 0718 0 66 020 0002 1 64 036 0238 0 64 036 0002 1 62 028 0478 0 62 028 0002 1 64 024 1438 0 64 024 0002 1 64 025 0718 0 64 025 0002 1 66 030 0238 0 66 030 0002 1 64 021 0478 0 64 021 0002 1 71 031 0718 0 71 031 0002 1 73 027 0238 0 73 027 0002 1 74 037 0478 0 74 037 0002 1 69 032 0718 0 69 032 0002 1 66 022 0238 0 66 022 0002 1 62 025 0478 0 62 025 0002 1 69 034 0718 0 69 034 0002 1 66 022 0238 0 66 022 0002 1 62 022 0478 0 62 022 0002 1 64 020 0718 0 64 020 0002 1 66 023 0238 0 66 023 0002 1 64 029 0478 0 64 029 0002 1 71 034 0718 0 71 034 0002 1 73 025 0238 0 73 025 0002 1 74 030 0478 0 74 030 0002 1 66 038 0718 0 66 038 0002 1 64 038 0238 0 64 038 0002 1 62 027 0478 0 62 027 0002 1 64 037 1438 0 64 037 0002 1 76 025 0718 0 76 025 0002 1 78 020 0238 0 78 020 0002 1 76 031 0478 0 76 031 0002 1 79 023 0718 0 79 023 0002 1 78 024 0238 0 78 024 0002 1 76 027 0478 0 76 027 0002 1 74 018 0718 0 74 018 0002 1 71 021 0238 0 71 021 0002 1 67 028 0478 0 67 028 0002 1 69 027 0718 0 69 027 0002 1 66 016 0238 0 66 016 0002 1 62 025 0478 0 62 025 0002 1 76 028 0718 0 76 028 0002 1 78 015 0238 0 78 015 0002 1 76 034 0478 0 76 034 0002 1 79 031 0718 0 79 031 0002 1 78 018 0238 0 78 018 0002 1 76 027 0478 0 76 027 0002 1 74 024 0238 0 74 024 0002 1 71 021 0718 0 71 021 0002 1 74 021 0478 0 74 021 0002 1 76 025 1438 0 76 025 0002 1 76 033 0718 0 76 033 0002 1 78 024 0238 0 78 024 0002 1 76 031 0478 0 76 031 0002 1 79 033 0718 0 79 033 0002 1 78 023 0238 0 78 023 0002 1 76 032 0478 0 76 032 0002 1 74 026 0718 0 74 026 0002 1 71 029 0238 0 71 029 0002 1 67 030 0478 0 67 030 0002 1 69 026 0718 0 69 026 0002 1 66 017 0238 0 66 017 0002 1 62 023 0478 0 62 023 0002 1 64 038 0718 0 64 038 0002 1 66 013 0238 0 66 013 0002 1 64 028 0478 0 64 028 0002 1 71 032 0718 0 71 032 0002 1 73 022 0238 0 73 022 0002 1 74 029 0478 0 74 029 0002 1 66 028 0718 0 66 028 0002 1 64 025 0238 0 64 025 0002 1 62 040 0478 0 62 040 0002 1 64 032 1438 0 64 032
End

To download the November 10 MIDItext 97 software and get instructions on how to use it click here

ABC format:

X:1
T:THE ARRAN BOAT
M:3/4
Q:1/4=100
K:D
E3FE2|B3cd2|A3FD2|A3FD2|E3FE2|B3cd2|F3ED2|
E6|E3FE2|B3cd2|A3FD2|A3FD2|E3FE2|B3cd2|F3ED2|
E6|e3fe2|g3fe2|d3BG2|A3FD2|e3fe2|g3fe2|dB3d2|
e6|e3fe2|g3fe2|d3BG2|A3FD2|E3FE2|B3cd2|F3ED2|
E6||

Slainte,

alison


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Subject: RE: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 Jan 98 - 03:13 AM

Much, much better, Alison. (grin) It was the gap between the halves of the ABC tune that goofed things up. I'm glad you're learning. Now, if we can get certain other people whose names will not be mentioned here to get off their duffs and post tunes.....
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,Charlene Dunaway
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 12:31 PM

I found a book by Mel Bay (Complete Book of Celtic Music for Appalachian Dulcimer)that has dulcimer tab, guitar chords, and musical notation for Arran Boat but no lyrics. It also comes with a CD. REALLY cool book as it covers Irish, Scottish, British, Breton tunes. I found lyrics at www.mudcat.org/@displaysong Apparently the real name of Arran Boat Song is Queen Mary's Escape From Lochleven (I think!)Hope this helps! Thanks!


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Jack Campin
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 01:52 PM

There are no lyrics that I know of. The tune first appears under that title in Kerr's Merry Melodies book 1, 1879. It's a variant of "The Banks of the Devon", collected by Burns near Inverness (where it was sung to a Jacobite text about the '45 by Alasdair MacMhaighstir Alasdair), but it must be a few decades older than that. Probably Scottish but the style is similar to that of the "Scotch" tunes composed in London around 1700, so I wouldn't bet too much on it.

I'll post the Kerrs version (which is what everybody still plays in Scotland) later.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Jack Campin
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 06:06 PM

X:1
T:The Arran Boat
Z:Jack Campin 2007
S:Kerr's Merry Melodies volume 1
M:6/8
Q:3/8=60 "Slow"
K:E Dorian
E>FE    B>cd |A<FD A<FD|E>FE    B>cd | F<EF E3:|
e>fe ({f}g>)fe|d>BG A>FD|e>fe ({f}g>)fe|^d>Bd e2B|
e>fe ({f}g>)fe|d>BG A>FD|E>FE    B>cd | F>EF E3|]

The Ds in bar 8 are often played as naturals these days, and the dotted figures often get reversed.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Alice
Date: 25 Aug 07 - 10:27 PM

The song is also known as Queen Mary's Escape from Lochleven Castle (Push off, Push off and row with speed).
Since this old thread first appeared, I found the song and old lyrics on the Levy sheet music site.
I still sing my own lyrics and people tell me they prefer them over the old ones.

Years ago one night at our session, a guy came over to me and asked me to sing my
song (Arran Boat) and while I did, he got on one knee and pulled out an engagement
ring to propose to his girlfriend. It is a beautiful tune.
My lyrics start with "Oh, my true love is sailing his Arran boat, sailing his boat on the silvery sea.
See how it glides as the swans on the even tide, he sails his Arran boat back home to me."

Alice


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Jack Campin
Date: 26 Aug 07 - 05:46 AM

I've got Greig's "Scots Minstrelsie", where "Queen Mary's Escape" is in volume III, but I don't know of an earlier association of the words and tune. Was Allan's text published before that? If so what tune (if any) did he suggest for it?

As it is, the words (melodramatic nonsense) and tune fit very badly. It's not surprising nobody sings it any more.

Greig called the tune "Highland Boat Air" and didn't sharpen the sevenths where Kerr did.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,Visitor
Date: 20 Oct 11 - 10:05 AM

Arran Boat Song

Put off, put off, and row with speed,
For now is the time and the hour of need,
To oars, to oars, and trim the bark,
Nor Scotland's Queen be a warder's mark!
Yon light that plays round the castle's moat,
Is only the warder's random shot.
Put off, put off, and row with speed,
For now is the time and the hour of need.
Those pond'rous keys, shall the kelpies keep,
And lodge in their caverns so dark and deep,
Nor shall Lochleven's tower or hall,
Hold thee our lovely Queen in thrall,
Or be the haunt of traitors sold,
While Scotland has hands and hearts so bold,
Then onward, steersman, row with speed,
For now is the time, and the hour of need.
Hark, the alarum bell has rung,
The warder's voice has treason sung,
The echos to the falconets roar,
Chime sweetly to the dashing shore,
Let tower, hall, and battlement gleam,
We steer by the light of the taper's gleam,
For Scotland and Mary, on with speed,
For now is the time, and the hour of need.

These are the lyrics from 1774


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 20 Oct 11 - 10:59 AM

1774? Queen Mary's death was in 1558. That is going back a long way for something to complain about.
================
It's a beautiful melody, and I much prefer it without words, especially without words with a political agenda.

Anyhow, Alison's version is in 3/4 time, and Jack's, from 1879, is in 6/8 but marked "slow." Does that mean they are supposed to sound basically the same?

I love the D#'s, Jack. It will be fun to play it first without them, then with them.

Thanks to both of you, albeit it's been a long time.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,Jack Campin
Date: 20 Oct 11 - 01:29 PM

Alison's ABC was generated by a MIDI to ABC converter from input entered at a synthesiser keyboard - it wouldn't have been able to tell the difference between 3/4 and 6/8.

Other versions of the tune have always been notated in 6/8. It comes across to me as two in a bar with definite strong and weak accents.

Those words don't sound like something written in 1774 to me - kelpies? Really? I suspect a 19th century post-Walter-Scott rewrite of something older.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 21 Oct 11 - 10:45 AM

I agree about the words, Jack. Shallow and spurious.

When I play the song, images come to me of the Scottish landscape, one of the most beautiful places in the world. It brings me a deep feeling of peace.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Jack Campin
Date: 26 Oct 11 - 08:07 AM

I think I have found why it is called the Arran Boat Song, and it's nothing to do with either island.

http://www.timetravel-britain.com/articles/castles/mary.shtml

The Queen's escape from Lochleven Castle, described in that song, was probably masterminded by the Earl of Arran (she went straight to his castle after getting out). So it wasn't a boat to Arran - it was Arran's boat.

Mary Queen of Scots died in 1587. Leeneia, you're confusing her with her mother.

http://www.marie-stuart.co.uk/timeline.htm


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 26 Oct 11 - 10:41 AM

Oh. Okay.

I'm still going to avoid all lyrics and play the melody to evoke the grandeur of the Scottish landscape.


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: alison
Date: 27 Oct 11 - 02:17 AM

lovely to hear more information after all this time.

still one of my favourite tunes

slainte

alison


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Subject: RE: Tune Add: Aran / Arran boat song
From: Alice
Date: 05 Dec 11 - 01:25 PM

Nice to see the update of the information on the history of this song/tune.
Thanks, Jack.

Alice


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