Works read by Alan Cumming

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  1. Alan Cumming

    Cock Up Your Beaver

    “When first my brave Johnie lad came to this town ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Alan Cumming

  2. Alan Cumming

    Come Rede Me Dame

    “Come rede me dame,come tell me, dame ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Alan Cumming

  3. Alan Cumming

    Death and Doctor Hornbook

    “Some books are lies frae end to end, ...”

    A poem written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

  4. Alan Cumming

    Elegy On The Late Miss Burnet Of Monboddo

    “Life ne'er exulted in so rich a prize, ...”

    An elegy written in 1791 and performed by Alan Cumming

  5. Richard Wilson

    Epigram On Said Occasion

    “O Death, had'st thou but spar'd his life ...”

    An epigram written in 1784 and performed by Alan Cumming and Richard Wilson

  6. Alan Cumming

    Epigram on Mr James Gracie

    “Gracie, thou art a man of worth, ...”

    An epigram written in 1795 and performed by Alan Cumming

  7. Alan Cumming

    Epitaph on John Bushby Esq

    “Here lies John Bushby-honest man ...”

    A song written in 1796 and performed by Alan Cumming

  8. Alan Cumming

    On An Innkeeper Nicknamed The Marquis

    “Here lies a mock Marquis, whose titles were shamm'd ...”

    An epitaph written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

  9. Alan Cumming

    On a Suicide One

    “Here lies in earth a root of Hell ...”

    An epitaph written in 1795 and performed by Alan Cumming

  10. Alan Cumming

    On a Suicide Two

    “Earth'd up, here lies an imp o' hell, ...”

    An epitaph written in 1795 and performed by Alan Cumming

  11. Alan Cumming

    Rantin' Rovin' Robin

    “There was a lad was born in Kyle ...”

    A song written in 1787 and performed by Alan Cumming

  12. Alan Cumming

    Sweet Afton

    “Flow gently, sweet Afton! amang thy green braes, ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Alan Cumming

  13. Alan Cumming

    The Bonie Wee Thing

    “Bonie wee thing, cannie wee thing, ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Alan Cumming

  14. Alan Cumming

    The Bonniest Lass

    “The bonniest lass that ye meet neist ...”

    A song written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

  15. Alan Cumming

    The Jolly Beggars : Fiddlers Tune

    “Let me ryke up to dight that tear ...”

    A song written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

  16. Alan Cumming

    The Mauchline Wedding

    “When Eighty five was seven month auld ...”

    A song written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

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