Dunfermline. By Hollie. What it was we did. This song is from last year when we had singer and song writer Gifford
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This song is from last year when we had singer and song writer Gifford
Lyn in our class. He came in every Thursday and we all went into groups to make up songs. When it came to the concert we had ten songs prepared and all were a success. There was four groups and the different groups were The Ghost of Abbot House, The Ghost of Alhambra, Technology and The Pars Football. All the songs were to be based on Dunfermline.
The songs were in this order=
The Animals of Pitreavie School
Ghost of Alhambra
We know where to go
Technology we love
A Fabulous Place to Be (Dunfermline)
Abbot House Ghost
The Auld Grey Town
Football Song( The Pars)
Passing By Pitcorthie
Dunfermline has changed over the years. The picture you just saw was the old Dunfermline High Street. Wow has it changed!
So much things are changed that’s why we decided to call this song that’s playing The Auld Grey Town.
The song is all about Dunfermline changes and how it used to be !
These are the animals, these are the animals
These are the animals of Pitreavie School….
Dunfermline the abbots' house is one of the oldest places still in Dunfermline. This is said to partially date from around 1450.Owned and operated by Dunfermline Carnegie Trust, the building is now an award-winning heritage centre which was opened in 1995. Along Abbot Street, the first Carnegie Library in the world Dunfermline Carnegie Library was built between 1881 and 1883. On the east side of Moodie Street is Andrew Carnegie's birthplace. The street was named after James Moodie, the provost of Dunfermline from 1792 to 1807.The house was one of the many cottages built for the employees of hand loom weavers. The B-listed cottage which dates from the late 18th century is now one of the only examples left of these sort in the surrounding area. A memorial hall was added in 1928 to adjoin the cottage. Today, this operates as a birthplace museum for the town's most famous son.
Dunfermline Abbey is a large Benedictine abbey in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It was administered by the Abbot of Dunfermline. The abbey was founded in 1128 by King David I of Scotland, but the monastic establishment was based on an earlier foundation dating back to the reign of King Máel Colum Mac Donnchada (i.e. "Malcolm III" or "Malcolm Canmore", r. 1058-93). Its first abbot was Geoffrey of Canterbury, former prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, the Kent religious house that probably supplied Dunfermline's first Benedictine monks.
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Music By : Hollie Cope (Rollercoastergirl)
Music from: Concert and from Room11
Pictures from: Google Images
Pictures by Hollie Cope ( Rollercoastergirl)
Written by : Hollie Cope ( Rollercoastergirl)
Thanks from: Hollie Cope ( Rollercoastergirl)