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SMMSocial Media Marketing
SMMScience Museum of Minnesota
SMMSuper Mario Maker (video game; Nintendo)
SMMStatens Maritima Museer (Swedish: National Maritime Museums)
SMMSony Music Marketing, Inc. (Japan)
SMMSales & Marketing Management (various locations)
SMMSystem Management Mode
SMMSelf Made Man
SMMSumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. (Japan)
SMMSystem'S Manager Manual
SMMSlot Missed Message
SMMShared Memory Multiprocessors
SMMSecure Memory Module
SMMSegmented Memory Module
SMMScalable Multi Media
SMMStackable Memory Module
SMMShipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology (Germany)
SMMStrategic Marketing Montreal (Canada)
SMMSystem Manager's Manual
SMMSchweizer Maschinenmarkt
SMMSolar Maximum Mission
SMMShape Memory Material
SMMSociedad Matemática Mexicana
SMMSecondary Mortgage Market (various locations)
SMMSummary of Material Modification
SMMSociety for Marine Mammalogy
SMMSenior Marketing Manager (job title)
SMMState Medicaid Manual
SMMStandard Method of Measurement (building works)
SMMSingle Monthly Mortality (rate)
SMMShut My Mouth
SMMSales Marketing Messe (German: Sales Marketing Fair)
SMMScots Musical Museum (publication; UK)
SMMSub-Millimeter (wavelength)
SMMSistema Mass Media (Russia)
SMMSmith-Midland Corporation (Boston Stock Exchange symbol)
SMMSun Myung Moon (founder of the Unification Movement)
SMMSaint Mary Magdalene (various locations)
SMMSemporna, Sabah, Malaysia - Semporna (Airport Code)
SMMStreaming Multimedia
SMMSenior Move Manager
SMMShift Maintenance Manager (various companies)
SMMSession Management Module
SMMSmall and Medium Manufacturer
SMMStatistical Multifragmentation Model (nuclear physics)
SMMShared-Memory Multiprocessors
SMMSmart Mod Manager (software)
SMMSurface Meter per Minute (measurement)
SMMSpiral Mode Microstrip (antenna)
SMMSanté, Maladie, Malheur (French: Health, Disease, Woe; Muséum National d'Histoire Naturell; France)
SMMStack Matrix Module
SMMStade Multisports de Montrouge (French: Multisports Stadium of Montrouge; France)
SMMSurface Maintenance Manager
SMMState Machine Model
SMMShared Memory Module
SMMServicing Mission Manager
SMMStationary Markov Model
SMMSystem Maturity Matrix
SMMSystem Maintenance Manual
SMMSpectrum Management Methodology
SMMSystèmes Mécaniques et Matériaux (French: Materials and Mechanical Systems)
SMMSee My Message
SMMSpecial Mission Mandatory Modification
SMMSession and Mobility Management
SMMShipment Management Module
SMMSeamless Message Management
SMMSpiral Motion Massage
SMMSociété Morbihannaise de Modelage (French mold design company)
SMMShipment Management Model
SMMSoftware Measurement Metamodel
SMMSuccinate Minimal Medium
SMMSociété Méridionale de Matériels (French: Southern Materials Company)
SMMServicio de Material Móvil (Guatemala police special service)
SMMComfort of Mary, Saint Montfort Missionaries (religious order)
SMMSalary Management Module
SMMStandard Modular Multiplication
SMMSegment Management Marketing (FedEx)
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The story goes that in 1788, poet Robert Burns sent the song lyrics to Scots Musical Museum. Burns wrote that the song was ancient and that he was the first to record its words on paper, according to Scotland.org, part of Scotland is Now campaign's (https://www.scotland.org/features/the-history-and-words-of-auld-lang-syne) 2017 report .
His recent books include The Scots Musical Museum (Volumes II and III) and The Reception of Robert Burns in Europe (2014).
Child had access to two of the ballads: 'Sir Andrew Wood' ('Sir Patrick Spens') (Child 58 D), which Kirkpatrick Sharpe had sent to Motherwell; and a version of 'Bonnie Lizie Baillie' (Child 227 C), which Sharpe had contributed to Johnson's Scots Musical Museum --but, for some strange reason, only the first four stanzas out of eight.
McAulay also discusses different types of musical accompaniment presented by compilers: for example, the use of figured bass in the Scots Musical Museum and Ritson's unusual choice of bagpipe accompaniment to songs.
We are conducted through the period, collection by collection, moving from Highland Vocal Airs, to a comparative study of The Scots Musical Museum (1787-1803), George Thomson's Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs (1793-1841) and Joseph Ritson's Scotish Song (1794), to illustrate how representations of the tradition divided into two distinct branches with "antiquarian" collections on the one hand which printed the melody line only, and collections intended for performance which contained accompaniments of varying degrees of elaboration.
Moving to the climactic year of 1787, when Burns began collaborating with James Johnson on The Scots Musical Museum (1787-1803), Crawford's biography gives little literary analysis of the remarkable songs that Burns contributed to this six-volume work.
Burns sent a copy to the Scots Musical Museum remarking: "The following song has never been in print, nor even in manuscript until I took it down from an old man".
Burns begins collecting and editing for The Scots Musical Museum
He wrote it for the Scots Musical Museum. Burns noted that it was an "ancient" song, but that he was the first to put it to paper.
But when he sent a copy of the original song to the Scots Musical Museum he said he "took it down from an old man's singing".