Caller Herrin'. Poem by Lady Nairne (1766–1845) written c.1821 to fit tune of a hpd. piece comp. c.1798 by Nathaniel Gow in which he incorporated Edinburgh fishwives’ traditional cry with bells of St Andrew's Church.
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