Auld Lang Syne

If someone says the words “Auld Lang Syne,” can you spell it right? If someone asks, “What does  that 00353010mean, anyway?” can you tell them? Well, the words are translated from Scottish, and literally mean, “times gone by.” It’s about remembering old friends. “We’ll take a cup of kindness yet for “times gone by.”

So, as we sing that song this New Year’s Eve, let’s remember friends and family from “auld lang syne.” And yes, Stanton’s has the music for it – you can even find it on our Digital Delivery website to download immediately! Call us at 1-800-42-MUSIC, email us at keyboard@stantons.com, or visit our website, http://www.stantons.com. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

 

 

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  1. That’s not quite right. If you’re going to be literal, it actually translates as “old long since.” And by the way, my Scottish friends tell me it’s NOT pronounced “Old Lang Zine,” but rather “Old Lang SINE,” with an “s” sound, not a “z.”

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