The Scolding Wives of Abertarff * I'll Break Your Head for You * Catch and Kiss the Romp * The Haggis
These are all both songs and dances. According to Simon Fraser, the first tune "had its origin from an observation of the late parochial minister of Abertarff, who used to say that of a number of respectable people who lived there, they were never withut some disputes that embittered their lives, chiefly among the females. These must have run high when the minister christened the place by the epithet Little Hell". I'll Break Your Head for You comes from the Isle of Skye, in which one half of the dancers "preserve a posture of attack and the other half a posture of defence." The Haggis is described as a dance and song "wherein the piper compares his bag and chanter to a well stuffed haggis with its pin."