Three recordings of
Soldier’s Joy
The Flowers Of Edinburgh

Soldier’s Joy (hornpipe) is also known as Chicken In The Bread Tray, The Clap Dance, Da Soldiers Joy, French Four, Gower, The Gower, The King’s Head, Lumbers, The Morris Reel, Pibddawns Gwyr, Reel Des Pompiers, Reel Du Vagabon, Reel Du Vagabond, Seksmannsril, Sex Man Engelska, Soldier’s Joy, The Soldier’s Joy, Soldiers Joy, Soldiers’ Joy.

The Flowers Of Edinburgh (reel) is also known as Blata Duin-Eudain, Da Flooers O’ Edinburgh, Da Floors A’ Edinburgh, The Floo’ers O’ Edinburgh, The Flooers O’ Edinburgh, Flouers O’ Edinburgh, The Flours Of Edinburgh, The Flower Of Edinburgh, The Flowers O’ Edinburgh, The Flowers Of Edinburgh Jig, Knuckle Down, My Love Was Once A Bonnie Lad, My Love’s Bonny When She Smiles On Me, To The Battle Men Of Erin, The Weobley Hankie Dance, The Weobley Hanky Dance.

Just As It Was 1 by Alasdair Fraser and Muriel Johnstone

  1. The Flowers Of Edinburgh
  2. Soldier’s Joy
  3. Kate Dalrymple
  4. The Lass O’ Patie’s Mill

Portrait Of A Scottish Jew's Harp Player by Lindsay Porteous and Friends

  1. The Flowers Of Edinburgh
  2. Soldier’s Joy

Shetland Fiddle Music by School Of Scottish Studies, University Of Edinburgh

  1. Da Flooers O’ Edinburgh
  2. Soldier’s Joy
  3. The East Neuk Of Fife