Should Auld Acquaintance be Forgot - Burns Night
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Robert Burns was a Scottish poet, and boy did he make history.
Auld Lang Syne was written by Robert Burns in 1788, written in Scottish language and origin of the traditional folk song. Known globally as the song that bids farewell to the old year.
“Auld Lang Syne” can be translated to “old long since” “long long ago” “days gone by” or “old times” and loosely translated to “for the sake of old times”.
Burns Night, also known as Burns Supper is an annual celebration held on the 25th January, Robert Burns birthday. This night is to celebrate the life, work and spirit of the legendary Scottish poet.
It is an informal party to revel in Scottish food and whisky whilst reciting the work of the bard.
To find out more about Robert Burns take a browse over at http://www.robertburns.org/
This 17th century poet lives on in every New Years Eve party celebration. Is it just me or does Auld Lang Syne make you emotional? You can guarantee that by the time this song starts playing, people are brought together feeling the magic of the New Year approaching.
Imagine your creations living through the centuries and bringing people together the same way Burns creative mind did those many moons ago.
Don’t forget to contact us if you need your Burns Supper party wear. We create custom pieces for any occasion and in any style. Or why not have nosey at our Etsy store and see if you fall in love with our ready- made Burns Night outfit.
Tartan in all its Scottish finery, wear it with pride.
Leave a comment if you are a Scottish creative yourself, we would love to see your work.