Works relating to Dumfries (13)

  1. John Gordon Sinclair

    A Lass Wi A Tocher

    “Awa' wi' your witchcraft o' Beauty's alarms ...”

    A song written in 1796 and performed by John Gordon Sinclair

  2. First Minister Alex Salmond

    A Man's a Man for A' That

    “Is there for honest poverty ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by First Minister Alex Salmond

  3. Paul Young

    Dumfries Epigrams

    “Copland faithful likeness, friend Painter, would'st seize? ...”

    An epigram written in 1794 and performed by Paul Young

  4. Crawford Logan

    Jessie A New Scots Song

    “True hearted was he, the sad swain o' the Yarrow ...”

    A song written in 1793 and performed by Crawford Logan

  5. Liam Brennan

    John Barleycorn: A Ballad

    “There was three kings into the east, ...”

    A song written in 1782 and performed by Liam Brennan

  6. John Bett

    Lines Written on a window at the King's Arms Tavern, Dumfries

    “Ye men of wit and wealth, why all this sneering ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by John Bett

  7. Kate Dickie

    Lines written on windows of the Globe Tavern, Dumfries

    “The greybeard, old wisdom, may boast of his treasures, ...”

    A poem written in 1796 and performed by Kate Dickie

  8. HRH The Prince of Wales

    My Luve is like a Red Red Rose

    “O My Luve is like a Red Red Rose ...”

    A song written in 1794 and performed by HRH The Prince of Wales

  9. Brian Cox

    O That I Had Ne'er Been Married

    “O That I Had Ne'er Been Married ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by Brian Cox

  10. Cal Macaninch

    Poem addressed to Mr Mitchell, Collector of Excise, Dumfries

    “Friend o' the Poet, tried and leal ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Cal Macaninch

  11. Vivien Heilbron

    The Rights of Woman

    “While Europe's eye is fix'd on mighty things, ...”

    A poem written in 1792 and performed by Vivien Heilbron

  12. Karen Dunbar

    The Trogger

    “As I cam down by Annan side ...”

    A song performed by Karen Dunbar

  13. Kate Dickie

    You're welcome, Willie Stewart

    “You're welcome, Willie Stewart ...”

    A poem written in 1796 and performed by Kate Dickie

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