Eighteen recordings of The 72nd Highlanders’ Farewell To Aberdeen

Also known as The 72nd Highlander’s Farewell To Aberdeen, The 72nd Highlanders Farewell Tae Aberdeen, 72nd Highlanders Farewell To Aberdeen, The 72nd Highlanders Farewell To Edinburgh, The 72nd Highlanders’ Farewell To Edinburgh, The 72nd’s Farewell To Edinburgh, Boy’s Lament For His Dragon, The Boy’s Lament For His Dragon, Farewell To Aberdeen, The Little Boy’s Lament For His Dragon, The Royal Highlanders’ Farewell To Aberdeen, The Seventy Second Highlanders’ Farewell To Edinburgh, The Seventy Second’s Farewell To Edinburgh, The Wee Boy’s Lament For His Dragon.

This tune has been recorded together with The Favourite Dram (a few times), After The Battle Of Aughrim, Athol Brose, The Belfast, Bonaparte Crossing The Rhine, The Boys Of Malin, Caddam Woods, Celtic Society’s Quickstep, Father John MacMillan Of Barra, The Four Provinces Fling, The Glen Road To Carrick, The Glencoe, The Hills Of Lorne, Homeward Bound, Jenny Dang The Weaver, Jessie Smith, Lift Your Glass To The Landlady, Lively Steps, Miss Ramsey, Northside, Robertson’s, Rodney’s Glory, Sandy MacIntyre’s Trip To Boston, The Skye Gathering, Sow’s Lament For The Tatties, Teribus, Wee Highland Laddie.

  1. A Nicht at the Jiggin by Jimmy Shand
  2. An Audience With The Shepherds by Willie Taylor, Will Atkinson, Joe Hutton
  3. Barde by Barde
  4. Celtic Music And Songs From Scotland by Ossian
  5. Live At The Savoy by Ashley MacIsaac
  6. Nicely Wrong by Feast Of Fiddles
  7. Ossian by Ossian
  8. Some Assembly Required by Pete Strickler & Charlie Branch
  9. Some Tasty Tunes by Brenda Stubbert
  10. Stepping On The Bridge by Hamish Moore
  11. Storymap by Éamonn Coyne and Kris Drever
  12. Swarbrick 2 by Dave Swarbrick
  13. The Atholl Highlanders by Jimmy Shand
  14. The Green Mandolin by David Surette
  15. The Last Ten Years by Jimmy Shand and His Band
  16. The Music of the Harp by Rhona MacKay
  17. Traditional Fiddle Music Of Cape Breton Volume 3 Bras D’Or House by Various Artists
  18. Tryst by Iain MacInnes