Rob Roy MacGregor, or, Auld lang syne!

a musical drama in three acts by I. Pocock

Publisher: Longworth in New York

Written in English
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Other titlesRob Roy MacGregor, Auld lang syne!
Statementfounded on the popular novel of Rob Roy by I. Pocock
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
ContributionsDavy, John, 1763-1824, Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination66 p
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15153232M

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[1]-[4] at end and back cover. Rob Roy Macgregor, or Auld Lang Syne composed by John Davy--New Grove. Singers' names not given. Get this from a library. Rob Roy Macgregor, or, Auld lang syne: an operatic play, in three acts. [John Davy; I Pocock]. Rob Roy Macgregor, or 'Auld lang syne:' a national operatic drama, extended Item Preview.

Get this from a library. Rob Roy MacGregor, or, Auld lang syne!: a musical drama in three acts. [I Pocock; John Davy; Walter Scott]. Rob Roy Macgregor; or, Auld Lang Syne; a Musical Drama in Three Acts. First Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, Thursday, Ma ; Founded on the Popular Novel of Rob Roy by Isaac Pocock, WALTER SCOTT.

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[&c.] by a Glasgow Playgoer by Isaac Pocock (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Isaac Pocock. Rob Roy MacGregor was mythologized by Sir Walter Scott but was very much a fact in the Trossachs of Scotland in the late 17th and early 18th centuries.

Scott's romantic image is, however, far from the rogue which Nigel Tranter portrays in this classic work. MacGregor was an Brand: Wilson, Neil Publishing. Rob Roy or alternately Red MacGregor, was a famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century, who is sometimes known as the Scottish Robin Hood.

Rob Roy is anglicised from the Scottish Gaelic Raibeart Ruadh, or Red Robert. This is because Rob Roy had red hair, though it darkened to auburn in later life.

Early life. - Rob Roy Macgregor- Born: March 7,Stirling, United Kingdom Died: DecemBalquhidder, United Kingdom. See more ideas about Rob roy pins. Rob Roy, byname of Robert MacGregor, (baptized March 7,Buchanan, Stirlingshire, Scotland—died DecemBalquhidder, Perthshire), noted Highland outlaw whose reputation as a Scottish Robin Hood was exaggerated in Sir Walter Scott’s novel Rob Roy () and in some passages in the poems of William frequently signed himself Rob Roy (“Red Rob”), in.

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Scott's romantic image is however, far from the rogue which Nigel Tranter portrays in this classic work/5. Isaac Pocock’s melodramatic play Rob Roy MacGregor, or Auld Lang Syne. (), for one, quickly attained the status of a national pageant, and.

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Scott's romantic image is, however, far from the rogue which Nigel Tranter portrays in this classic work. MacGregor was an arch blackmailer, protection-racketeer and thorn in the flesh of the /5(15). Canvas and poster about auld lang syne. High quality vintage art reproduction.

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Rob Roy MacGregor, the folk hero and Robin Hood of the highlands, is buried in the atmospheric churchyard of a Victorian parish church in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

A romantic 18th century figure, made famous by the work of two famous writers, he may be an example of the old adage that when it comes to fame, "There's no such thing as bad publicity.". Tranter was impeccably qualified to tell the story of Scotland, having written many books detailing the nation's rich past and he possessed an exceptional gift for storytelling.

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“Auld Lang Syne” is an old Scottish song that was first written down in the s but Burns’ transcription got the most attention and that is why the song is associated with him.

As reported by The Telegraph i n he sent a copy of the song to his friend, Dunlop, exclaiming: “ There is more of the fire of native genius in. Rob Roy MacGregor, O. Grant him mercy, gentles, a' Rob Roy MacGregor, O.

Let your hands and hearts agree Set the highland laddie free Let us sing wi' muckle glee Rob Roy MacGregor, O. Lang the state has doomed his fa', Rob Roy MacGregor, O. Still he spurned the hatefu' law, Rob Roy MacGregor, O. Scots can for their country dee. A Highland lad my love was born. The Popular Scotch Air, Sung by Miss Stephens in Rob Roy Macgregor, or Auld Lang Syne.

Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, arranged for the Voice with an Accompt. for the Piano-Forte. ROB ROY]. Hence, the entire poem consists of 40 lines. The phrase “Auld Lang Syne” is in Scots and can be loosely translated as “for the sake of old times”.

This poem is written in the first person, hence we can assume that the speaker of the poem is the poet himself. Auld Lang Syne Summary by Robert BurnsAuthor: Website Contributors.Many of Scott’s novels and narrative poems have been transferred to the stage and screen – none more so than Rob Roy.

Isaac Pocock’s melodramatic play Rob Roy MacGregor or Auld Lang Syne (), for one, quickly attained the status of a national pageant, and was even performed before George IV on his famous visit to Edinburgh in   A specimen of the Rob Roy sett exists in the collection of the Highland Society of London ( - ), bearing the Seal of Arms of Sir John MacGregor Murray of MacGregor, Baronet, and signed John M.

Murray and is labelled 'The MacGregor Tartan for undress ordinary clothing.'.