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) - MIDI Branle L'Official - 16th Century dance tune that became a Christmas song "Ding Dong Merrily on High".Goes well in a medley with the Morrisque - MIDI Branle Double/Branle Simple/Branle Gay - Three short 16th century branles - MIDI Brian Boru's March, Irish - very old 6/8 march - MIDI Cantique de Noel - French 19th Century Christmas Song (O Holy Night)- MIDI Captain Mac Heath's Soliloqy - (Greensleeves Variant) - A cynical song, sung by Mac Health while in prison waiting to be hanged on Tyburn Tree.Kim nailed the iconic yellow belly-baring outfit the singer wore to the 1973 Academy Awards.The costume even drew praise from the originator herself.'@Kim Kardashian Woke To See You Are Me 4,' the 71-year-old tweeted on Saturday.

The 37-year-old reality television star received heavy backlash online after posting images of her costume as the black recording artist who died in a plane crash when she was only 22 years old.

A-Beggin' I Will Go - Traditional English humorous song - Em setting - MIDI Abbots Bromley Horn Dance - English, Medieval heritage - MIDI Ach du lieber Augustin - German song, good for Oktoberfest - MIDI The Agincourt Carol, from Henry V's victory in 1415 and the cover of Kitchen Musician Book #13 - MIDI Air by Fingal, Ancient Scottish harp air by Rory Dahl bass harmony (treble harmony version) - MIDI (Sir) Alexander Don's Strathspey - Scottish - Ancestor of "Auld lang syne"?

- MIDI Amazing Grace - English, Traditional Hymn, also now a bagpipe tune - MIDI Anacreontic Song, English - American, the tune that Marmaduke Durang used to set to Francis Scott Key's 1814 poem, one night when Durang, Key, Roger Taney and others were sitting in a Baltimore tavern - MIDI Arkansas Traveler - With a bit of the old 19th Century traveler patter routine - MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - the familiar tune. - MIDI Auld lang syne - Scottish - Robert Burns - a less familiar tune - MIDI Aure Francoise - French, 3/4 major key arrangment - MIDI Avenging and Bright - Irish, Thomas Moore song, early 1800's - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite I - Three tunes learned in the back of the schoolbus - folk music that survives with neither official support nor commercial assistance: Helen Had a Steamboat, Found a Peanut, Ninety Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite II - Three more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - She Waded in the Water, The Worms Go In, My Bonnie - MIDI Back of the Schoolbus Suite III - Two more tunes from the back of the schoolbus - Web Footed Friends (Stars and Stripes Forever), and To the Dump (William Tell Overture) - MIDI Ballykeel Jig, A fast driving Irish jig that goes from D mixolydian to D ionian mode - MIDI Banks of the Dee, A moderate tempo 6/8 with American Revolution parody lyrics - MIDI Banks of Inverness, Celtic - Irish, with Scottish associations - MIDI Banks of Spey - Scots - One of the great William Marshall strathspeys from the 1700s - MIDI Banshee - or Mac Mahon's - Fast Irish reel, with a minor key bridge - MIDI Barbarini's Tambourine - 40 Bar Country dance tune, with an ending that goes on forever - MIDI Battle of Aughrim, Irish, after the battle in the 1690's Jacobite wars.

Also used in the 2013 film "The Lone Ranger", along with "The William Tell overture" - MIDI Battle of the Kegs/Maggie Lawder - Scottish, as Maggie Lawder-American Rev War, as .................................

Francis Hopkinson's "Battle of the Kegs" - MIDI Bedding of the Bride - 18th/19th century Scottish dance tune, from Simon Fraser - MIDI Beeswing, Scottish/North England - Hornpipe by 19th Century fiddler James Hill, .................................the fiddle key, B flat - MIDI Beeswing In G, Same Hornpipe - in the dulcimer friendly key of G - MIDI Beau's Life, 18th Century Humorous song - in theoriginal key of Gm - MIDI Beau's Life In Am, 18th Century Humorous song - in the dulcimer friendly key of Am - MIDI Captain Mac Heath's Soliloqy - (Greensleeves Variant) - A cynical song, sung by Mac Health while in prison waiting to be hanged on Tyburn Tree.

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