Auld Lang Syne

  • Type: Song
  • Length: 3 minutes



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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1788/00/00 Robert Burns Songwriter The Poem "Auld Lang Syne" is written by Robert Burns in 1788 and set to the tune of a traditional folk song.
1867/11/18 On the last night of the voyage on the CUBA from Halifax, the ship's captain, Charles Dickens and his fellow passengers make speeches and sing in the saloon. Songs include "Auld Lang Syne", the "Canadian Boat Song" and "Jubilate". Charles Dickens' 1867 Tour of America
1948/06/13 Babe Ruth As the stadium filled with "Auld Lang Syne", Nat Fein of the New York Herald Tribune, gets a feeling, walks behind Ruth and takes a picture of the Great Bambino at home plate leaning on a bat facing "Ruthville" (right field). Babe Ruth and the Birth of Modern Cancer Treatment
1948/06/13 New York Herald Tribune Newspaper As the stadium filled with "Auld Lang Syne", Nat Fein of the New York Herald Tribune, gets a feeling, walks behind Ruth and takes a picture of the Great Bambino at home plate leaning on a bat facing "Ruthville" (right field). Babe Ruth and the Birth of Modern Cancer Treatment

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Particulars for Auld Lang Syne:
Holiday New Year's Eve evening of December 31st
Art Type Song



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