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How do you say hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, good bye, good day, and good night in Scots and Scots Gaelic?


Get this Song here: adrianvonziegler.bandcamp.com or on iTunes: itunes.apple.com Get real CD’s here: www.cdbaby.com Facebook / Twitter / Merchandise: www.facebook.com twitter.com www.redbubble.com I wanted to compose a Song for my Girlfriend that can make her feel relaxed and comfortable, something you can just keep playing in the Background whatever you’re doing. What came out is maybe the longest Piece of Music I ever made. It is NOT a virtuosic Song, it’s meant as Background Music. As always, 100% selfcomposed on Keyboard. Production made with Magix Music Maker Pro 16. The Picture is from shiftedreality.com which offers free Wallpapers. © Copyright of all Audio belongs to Adrian von Ziegler.


Since “Morning Dew” is such a long Song with many Parts I wanted to give People the Possibility to listen to specifically the Parts they like most about it. So I chose the 4 best Parts of the Song and put them into separate Videos, it’s just a little Fan-Service. Enjoy! =) Facebook / Twitter / Merchandise: www.facebook.com twitter.com www.redbubble.com 100% selfcomposed on Keyboard. Production made with Magix Music Maker Pro 16. The Picture is from a free Wallpaper Site. © Copyright of all Audio belongs to Adrian von Ziegler.


live at folk city in New York. She was only 21 years old. Setlist: Bonnie Dobson At Folk City 1. ONCE MY TRUE LOVE 2. LOVE HENRY 3. IRISH EXILE SONG 4. SHULE AROON 5. BONNIE’S BLUES 6. PETER AMBERLEY** 7. C’EST L’AVIRON* 8. THE HOLLY BEARS A BERRY 9. TWO CAROLS FOR A NUCLEAR AG a. A CAROL FOR SHELTERED SHUT-INS b. A CAROL FOR UN DELEGATES 10. MORNING DEW BONNIE DOBSON, vocals and guitar ART ROSENBAUM, guitar** and banjo* ”Morning Dew”, also known as “(Walk Me Out in the) Morning Dew”, is a post-apocalyptic folk-rock song written by Canadian singer Bonnie Dobson in 1962, that has become a standard. According to Dobson in a 1993 interview, “Morning Dew” was inspired by the film On the Beach. Fred Neil heard Dobson’s song and re-arranged it to suit his own style. Tim Rose heard Neil’s version and then recorded his own in 1966, adding himself as co-writer. Through a loophole in US copyright law, Rose was able to claim royalties. Dobson has consistently questioned Rose’s right to a co-writing credit.

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Morning Fog over Small Rocky Island at South Shetland Islands – 36″W x 24″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

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Man, it was early, wasn´t it? No Caro, guys! Sorry! We all miss her! 😉

in the glorious golden sunlight of the clear blue sky while eating breakfast, listening hard rock heavy metal music on the radio and/or cd’s ( or whichever music is your favorite ), reading folklore supernatural books about mythical history such as unicorns, Celtic legacy, medieval life, castles, Lady of The Lake, Avalon, Robin Hood of Locksley, Halloween, St. Patrick the saint, vikings, how Scots shaped the world we live in with their inventions, historical people who made a difference in our world, outer space, astronomy, science, arts, history, Easter, etc.

Or waking up at 3:00am or some time before 5:00am , dashing out the front door in your pajamas without breakfast or a some packaged on the go snack to rush into the parking lot of a super sized retail store, waiting at the front door of the store just to be the first one(s) to be inside to grab all the best deals at rock bottom Boxing Day sale prices?

I have to say I think the first choice of my question is far better because who in their right minds want to have a slumber party in the dead of night at a cold parking lot until the store opens just to save ” money “?

The first choice is exactly what I did this morning.

I need to get to edinburgh airport for 6.45 on a saturday morning from Glasgow. Unfortunately I wont be able to travel until after midnight. Any suggestions? Thanks!


This tune is an Irish, double jig played here in the key of D Major perhaps it is called a double jig as it has four separte parts instead of just two? Like many Celtic songs it has many other names: “An Buachaillín Buí,” “Come in the Evening,” “Galloway Tom and The Thrush are a few. I understand it is often also played in various non-standard tunings on the fiddle. Perhaps the main reason the tune is known is because it was in the repertoire the famous County Sligo (later New York) fiddler James Morrison. I learned it because I thought it was a very popular Celtic tune it seems not to be as common as I thought but its is a great tune no doubt. It is played here at 170 beats/minute on a 1919 Gibson F2 mandolin.

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