From the early ninety-sixties to 1990 its two members, Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne have performed, revived, researched
and written an almost uncountable amount of songs, published about twenty albums and played a huge range of different instruments,
among it the Cambolin, their own invention. Their portfolio of songs thereby comprised any aspects and topics of Scottish
life, from love songs, sea shanties, humorous songs, songs of lamentation as well as rebel songs and patriotic ballads about
Scotland’s long and tragic strife for freedom from English domination.
Their probably biggest success was ‘Flower of Scotland’, written by Roy Williamson, which became a kind of
unofficial national Scottish anthem and the official Scottish rugby hymn. When Roy died in 1990 by a brain tumor the band
career was abruptly terminated. Still they have left their country a musical heritage that will keep their memory alive forever
among those who love Scotland’s songs and music. The songs on this page are the one's most known to be ''Corries'' songs
but they recorded many more that can be found in the Scottish section on this site. So if the one you are looking for isn't
here have a look in the other section or do a site search.